Length-weight relationship , condition factor , length at first maturity and sex ratio of Nile tilapia , Oreochromis niloticus in Lake Naivasha , Kenya

@inproceedings{Otieno2014LengthweightR,
  title={Length-weight relationship , condition factor , length at first maturity and sex ratio of Nile tilapia , Oreochromis niloticus in Lake Naivasha , Kenya},
  author={Outa N. Otieno and Nzula Kivuva Kitaka and Joshua M. Njiru},
  year={2014}
}
Fish samples (541) were collected every two weeks from different parts of Lake Naivasha using gill nets (50 mm to 150 mm mesh size) and beach seines (< 10 mm) between November 2013 and February 2014.The main focus of the study was on sex ratio, length-weight relationship and body condition of Nile tilapia. Results revealed that there were more males sampled with a sex ratio of male to female of 2:1. A comparison of the length-weight relationship for males and females showed that most of the… CONTINUE READING

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