Effect of Suspended Iron Hydroxide on the Hatchability and Embryonic Development of the Coho Salmon
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science. v78, n1 (January-February, 1978), 34-38
Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) eggs were fertilized and fry were incubated at 10°C in the presence and absence of suspended iron. Suspended ferric hydroxide at a concentration of 3 ppm had no apparent effect on the hatchability, embryonic development, or survival and maturation of newly hatched coho salmon still attached to the yolk mass (alevins).
Author Institution: Biology Department, Grove City College
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