Rearing temperature effect on the skeletal muscle fibres of Acipenser baerii yolk-sac larvae

@inproceedings{Aidos2017RearingTE,
  title={Rearing temperature effect on the skeletal muscle fibres of Acipenser baerii yolk-sac larvae},
  author={Lucia Aidos and Alessia Di Giancamillo and Marco Lanfranchi and Daniela Bertotto and Giuseppe Radaelli and Cinzia Domeneghini},
  year={2017}
}
Siberian sturgeon farming is important because it provides an alternative source of caviar and meat, but also for the conservation of the endangered natural stocks. Farmed fish is continuously subjected to stress factors, of which, water temperature is considered a major one (Schram et al., 2006). It has been demonstrated that physiological stress may have serious negative consequences on growth (Wendelaar Bonga, 1997) and that fish larvae appear less tolerant than adults to temperature… CONTINUE READING

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