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Evolution of growth rates in triploid and diploid turbot Scophthalmus maximus L, 1758 Evolucion de las tasas de crecimiento en individuos diploides y triploides de rodaballo Scophthalmus maximus L, 1758

, : Evolution of growth rates in triploid and diploid turbot Scophthalmus maximus L, 1758 Evolucion de las tasas de crecimiento en individuos diploides y triploides de rodaballo Scophthalmus maximus L, 1758. Boletin Instituto Espanol de Oceanografia, 181-4: 239-243

The literature on the growth rates of triploid fish before reaching maturity is inconclusive, often reporting contradictory results, even between individuals of the same species. The present paper analyses the growth rate of two groups of diploid and triploid turbot Scophthalmus maximus (L., 1758). The triploids were produced through the technique of thermal cold shocks. The specimens originated from two different broodstocks. No differences in growth rate were found between diploid and triploid fish.


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