[Effects of several ecological factors on the hatching of Sepiella maindroni wild and cultured eggs].

@article{Jiang2010EffectsOS,
  title={[Effects of several ecological factors on the hatching of Sepiella maindroni wild and cultured eggs].},
  author={Xia-min Jiang and Zhu-run Lu and Hai-jun He and Pei-lei Ye and Zhen Ying and Chun-lin Wang},
  journal={Ying yong sheng tai xue bao = The journal of applied ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={1321-6}
}
This paper compared the differences between Sepiella maindroni wild and cultured eggs, and studied the effects of temperature, salinity, hatching density, and egg type on the hatching rate and hatching time of the eggs. Wild eggs had better quality than cultured eggs. Among cultured eggs, small and black eggs had the best quality. For wild eggs, the optimum hatching temperature was 27 degrees C - 29 degrees C, and the optimum hatching salinity was 24.5-32.0. Hatching density had no significant… CONTINUE READING

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