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Latest trends in Salmon Aquaculture: A review

  title={Latest trends in Salmon Aquaculture: A review},
  author={D. Balaji},
Salmon is one of the most edible fishes in the world. It is anadromous by nature i.e., the adult salmon migrate from the freshwater to the sea for spawning, reproduction and then again they return to the fresh water and continue their lifetime. These salmon are indigenous to Atlantic region in the north and Pacific Ocean. As the world’s population is increasing day by day, the productivity of the salmon is also increasing along with the recently developing trends and research to satisfy the… Expand

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