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Survival and growth rate of channel catfish as a function of dissolved-oxygen concentration

R. W. Raible

Survival and growth rate of channel catfish as a function of dissolved-oxygen concentration

by R. W. Raible

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Published by Arkansas Water Resources Research Center, University of Arkansas in Fayetteville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Channel catfish.,
  • Fish-culture.,
  • Fishes -- Growth.,
  • Water -- Dissolved oxygen -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R. W. Raible.
    SeriesPublication - Water Resources Research Center, University of Arkansas ; no. 33, Publication (Arkansas Water Resources Research Center) ;, no. 33.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB705.A8 A26 no. 33, SH167.C35 A26 no. 33
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 35 leaves :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4695883M
    LC Control Number77622776

      Measuring Dissolved Oxygen Concentration in Aquaculture - John A. Hargreaves and Craig S. Tucker, Mississippi State University and published by the Southern Regional Agricultural Center and the Texas Aquaculture Extension Service - Dissolved oxygen concentration (DO) is considered the most important water quality variable in fish culture.   In the ocean, coastal fish begin to avoid areas where dissolved oxygen is below mg/L, with specific species abandoning an area completely when levels fall below mg/L. Below mg/L, invertebrates also leave and below 1 mg/L even benthic organisms show .

    The NWAC line of channel catfish was developed and evaluated at the USDA-ARS Catfish Genetics Research Unit and jointly released to commercial producers in and in cooperation with the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station. The germplasm release was primarily based on a % improvement in growth of the NWAC CH. 6. STUDY. PLAY. For this animal, dissolved oxygen is a/an. Limiting factor. For an aquatic animal, the range of values for dissolved oxygen that will support life is called the. Tolerance range. The rate at which carbon has been accumulating in the atmosphere .

    reduction in dissolved oxygen concentration is one of the most important factor and direct effects of fish life cycle because less DO in water can cause mortality, reduced growth rates, and altered distributions and behaviors of fishes as well as less DO can lead to large reductions in the abundance, diversity, and harvest of fishes within. However, in impoundments where growth of channel catfish is slow, stocking larger fish may reduce the time necessary to reach harvestable size (Baur et al. ). Angler exploitation had a far greater effect on channel catfish survival than any other potential source of mortality.


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Survival and growth rate of channel catfish as a function of dissolved-oxygen concentration by R. W. Raible Download PDF EPUB FB2

Survival and growth rate of channel catfish as a function of dissolved-oxygen concentration. Fayetteville: Arkansas Water Resources Research Center, University of Arkansas, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R W Raible.

To cite this Article Torrans, Eugene L.() 'Production Responses of Channel Catfish to Minimum Daily Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations in Earthen Ponds', North American Journal of Aquaculture, 4, —First published on.

We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our : Craig Tucker. Water Quantity and Quality Requirements for Channel Catfish Hatcheries Craig S.

Tucker* Simple and inexpensive produc-tion of seed stock is a key to suc-cessful aquaculture. Indeed, the rapid growth of commercial chan-nel catfish culture is owed in no small part to the ease with which large numbers of channel catfish fry can be produced using rela-File Size: KB.

Shane's World Catfishology A catfish keepers guide to dissolved oxygen. The importance of dissolved oxygen levels in the aquarium is a topic that is not given much thought by most aquarists and is rarely discussed in the aquarium literature.

Studies have shown that a concentration of 5 mg/L DO is necessary for optimum fish health. A significant negative relationship between survival, length, daily weight gain, standard growth rate, and biomass of juveniles of silver catfish per tank with waterborne NH3 levels was found at.

difference in survival rate was noticed among the feeding regimes. The body composition of African catfish fingerlings is also influenced by the different frequency of feeding. Based on the growth performance, cost the study suggests that twice/day feeding regimen is the best to obtain the highest growth rate in the African catfish fingerlings.

channel catfish of the NWAC strain 3 male blue catfish of the D&B strain) were stocked in ha ponds at 17, fish/ha with an initial mean weight of 66 g and fed for d. Recently, Dunham et al. () stocked catfish hybrids (female channel catfish of Cited by: 8.

Effects of water temperature and dissolved oxygen on daily feed consumption, feed utilization and growth of channel catfish /Ictalurus punctatus J. Alejandro Buentello, Delbert M. Gatlin III), William H. Neill Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M Uni˝ersity System, College Station, TX USA Accepted 26 July File Size: KB.

Dissolved oxygen concentration is noted as70 or 30% air saturation. Download: Download full-size image; Fig. Dissolved oxygen effects on weight gain increment (percent of initial weight) for channel catfish (10 fish/aquarium; two replicates per treatment) averaged for both spring and fall experiments (each at 6-weeks duration).Cited by: 36 p.

Pickering, Q. Some effects of dissolved oxygen concentrations upon the toxicity of zinc to the bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus Raf. Water Res.

Raible, R. Survival and growth rate of channel catfish as a function of dissolved oxygen concentration. Accurate data for the concentration of dissolved oxygen in surface and ground waters are essential for documenting changes in environmental water resources that result from natural phenomena and human activities.

Dissolved oxygen is necessary in aquatic systems for the survival and growth of many aquatic organisms and is used as an indicator of. Dissolved carbon dioxide concentrations of 5 to 10 mg/L are common on summer mornings in catfish ponds and appear to be well tolerated by channel catfish.

They can survive in waters containing up to at least 60 mg/L dissolved carbon dioxide provided dissolved oxygen concentrations are high. Mitchell TO () Luminescence based measurement of dissolved oxygen in natural waters. Hach Environmental. Murphy S () Boulder Area Sustainability Information Network website; Nebeker AV () Effect of low oxygen concentration on survival and emergence of aquatic insects.

Transactions of the American Fisheries Society Furthermore/ we can find no data or evidence to indicate the the states current mg/L dissolved oxygen criterion results in impairment of or detrimental effects on channel catfish reproduction/ different life stage growth and survival, or behavior.

was obtained in treatment III, however, survival rate was low compared to other treatments. The feed conversion ratio (FCR) values ranged from Survival rate of fish varied between 83 and 96%.

Treatment II yielded the highest ( kg/ha/ days) production with the highest survival rate of Size: KB. Objective 4 - Ascertain relationships among mechanical aeration rate, pond water quality, and draining effluent quality in channel catfish production. Objective 5 - Investigate effects of total ammonia nitrogen concentration on sunfish and channel catfish survival and production in ponds.

The temperature of maximum feed efficiency is slightly lower than the temperature of maximum intake (Buentello et al. Dissolved oxygen Despite the importance of dissolved oxygen concentration in aquaculture, surprisingly little research has addressed the effect of dissolved oxygen concentration on channel catfish growth and feed Cited by: Dissolved oxygen concentration has remained above milligram/liters (mg/L) in the area where the power-tube aerators are located even when the other side of the pond (outside of the safety zone) has had a dissolved oxygen concentration of close to mg/L.

Catfish production results so far have been encouraging and continue to improve with. Simulating the effects of fluctuating dissolved oxygen on growth, reproduction, and survival of fish and shrimp.

Miller Neilan R(1), Rose K(2). Author information: (1)Duquesne University, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, College Hall, Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PAUnited by:. Studies also evaluated the resilience of channel and hybrid catfish to environmental conditions such as high temperature and low dissolved oxygen.

Growth, survival and metabolic rate were evaluated in response to these stressors, and different geographic strains of channel catfish were evaluated for resilience, as well as hybrid catfish.All cells exhibited mean daily minimum dissolved oxygen levels at or above mg/L.

Raceway cells were harvested (before market size) after four months of growth (July October ). Production was 1, and 2, kg/ha when channel and hybrid catfish were raised, respectively. Feed.The graph shows the effect of sewage on biological oxygen demand (BOD) and dissolved oxygen (DO) in a flowing stream.

The smallest fish populations will most probably be found at point. A. a 0km downstream from spill; DO 9.