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The alternate effects of water temperature and salinity on embryonic development of the Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis


, : The alternate effects of water temperature and salinity on embryonic development of the Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Normalis Hunanensis 19(3): 63-66

The paper makes a study on the alternate effects of water temperature and salinity on the embryonic development of the Chinese mitten crab. Within 15 apprx 30 degree C , the higher the water temperature, the faster will become the development of the embryo and the lower the hatched ratio of embryo. (20 +- 1) degree C is the optimum temperature for the embryonic development of Chinese mitten crab. The salinity within 10 permill apprx 16 permill is favorable for the embryonic development. The effects of the different salinity within the range on the speed of embryonic development and the hatched ratio of embryo has no significant difference. The alternate effects of water temperature and salinity on the embryonic development is insignificant.

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