Corpus ID: 56023088

Repetitive maturation and spawning of the green tiger prawn Penaeus semisulcatus by environmental regulation in closed seawater recirculation systems

@inproceedings{Radhakrishnan2000RepetitiveMA,
  title={Repetitive maturation and spawning of the green tiger prawn Penaeus semisulcatus by environmental regulation in closed seawater recirculation systems},
  author={E. V. Radhakrishnan and Gidda Maheswarudu and M. R. Arputharaj and A. Ramakrishnan},
  year={2000}
}
Maturation and repetitive spawning of the green tiger prawn Penaeus semisulcatus were achieved by pH regulation and on feeding the shrimps with clams, squid and the oligochaete worm Pontodrilus bemudensis. Females and males stocked in a recirculation system at a ratio of 1:l and exposed to an average light intensity of 500 lux spawned an average 3 times in each moult cycle. In Experiment 2 lasting 60 days, 80% of the females responded, whereas in Experiment3 lasting 90 days 60% of the shrimps… Expand

Figures and Tables from this paper

Effect of eyestalk ablation on ovarian maturation and spawning in green tiger shrimp Penaeus semisulcatus (De Haan 1844)
TLDR
Ovarian maturation in ablated shrimps maintained in tanks receiving dim light was significantly faster than that in the other treatments, and females in T1 spawned repeatedly, and the number of spawnings per female was also significantly affected by treatments. Expand
Ph ton Brood stock dependent seed production and grow-out culture of green tiger shrimp Penaeus semisulcatus ( De Haan , 1844 ) at Mandapam , South-east coast of India
This study was designed and carried out for three consecutive years to evaluate the suitability of Penaeus semisulcatus for commercial application and to address the issue of stunted growth inExpand
Growth Performance of the Green Tiger Prawn Penaeus semisulcatus De Haan in Cages in the Gulf of Mannar off Mandapam, Southeast Coast of India
TLDR
The results of this study revealed that growth parameters such as L∞ and k are subject to variation depending on density and diet of the species in question. Expand
Larval rearing of mud crab, Scylla tranquebarica (Fabricius, 1798) and feeding requirements of its zoea 1
Feeding experiments were conducted with zooplankton to find out the suitable food for zoea 1 of the mud crab Scylla tranquebarica. Zoeae 1 from seven berried females, three from wild and four fromExpand
Effect of Testosterone Hormone on Performance of Male Broodstock of Black Tiger Shrimp Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798
TLDR
It is suggested that mating success can be enhanced in tiger shrimp domestication programme through inducing males by hormone for achieving selective breeding between desired/ targeted families/groups. Expand
Culture of the littoral oligochaete Pontodrilus bermudensis Beddard
TLDR
Ecofriendly in nature by conversion of organic resources in to worms through bioprocess without any chemical involvement, easy to adopt, can be employed to lower operational cost of shrimp/crab hatcheries by adopting cultured P. bermudensis as a broodstock diet. Expand
Littoral Oligochaete Pontodrilus bermudensis Beddard: A potential source for Arachidonic acid that stimulates maturation in penaeid shrimp
The littoral oligocheate Pontodrilus bermudensis Beddard, is widely distributed in the tropical, subtropical and warm tropical regions of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. Its distributionExpand
Ph ton Selective Breeding and Development of Disease Resistant Broodstock of Black Tiger Shrimp Penaeus monodon Fabricius , 1798
The Indian tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon is the principal species being cultured. Of late hatchery sector is being dependent on wild gravid females due to no n response of broodstock to eyestalkExpand
Brood stock dependent seed production and grow-out culture of green tiger shrimp Penaeus semisulcatus (De Haan, 1844) at Mandapam, South-east coast of India
This study was designed and carried out for three consecutive years to evaluate the suitability of Penaeus semisulcatus for commercial application and to address the issue of stunted growth inExpand
Effect of cadmium in the gills of green tiger prawn,Penaeus semisulcatus
The aim of this study was to determine the acute toxicity levels of cadmium for Penaeus semisulcatus and elucidate the impact of this heavy metal on gills at two sublethal (250 and 500 μg L-1)Expand
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 17 REFERENCES
The effect of eyestalk ablation on spawning, molting and mating of Penaeus semisulcatus de Haan
TLDR
A reliable method for production of eggs from captive P. semisulcatus using eyestalk ablation with no significant reduction in survival or spawn quality over an 85-day period is suggested. Expand
Notes on ovarian rematuration of ablated sugpo (prawn) Penaeus monodon Fabricius
To what extent spent P. monodon females can remature and spawn successive broods is an important question in terms of recycling spawners in a commercially viable operation. Corollary to this is theExpand
Survival, maturation, fecundity and hatching rates of unablated and ablated Penaeus indicus H.M. Edwards from brackishwater ponds
Penaeus indicus harvested after three months of rearing in brackishwater ponds and averaging 6.9 g for females and 5.6 g for males were stocked in two 12 cu m flowthrough ferrocement tanks at 240Expand
Induced maturation and spawning of Penaeus indicuswithout eyestalk ablation
TLDR
Farm-grown Penaeus indiciis > 32.5 mm in carapace length were induced to mature and spawn in captivity by merely maintaining the pH of the maturation pool at 8.1-8.2. Expand
The breeding and growth of Penaeus merguiensis de Man in laboratory recirculation systems
TLDR
Penaeus merguiensis was cultured through three generations in laboratory recirculation systems and post-larvae reached a size suitable for stocking in “grow-out” tanks 50–60 days after being spawned. Expand
The tolerance of warm-water prawns to recirculated water
TLDR
Ten species of penaeid and one caridean prawn were exposed to ammonia (as ammonium chloride) and nitrite and nitrate (as sodium salts) in a series of acute and chronic toxicity tests and the importance of inorganic carbon in sea water in relation to mortality of cultured prawns is discussed. Expand
Reproduction of Penaeus kerathurus using eyestalk ablation
TLDR
It is anticipated that induction by eyestalk ablation could allow a considerable extension of the growing season and of the area suitable for culture. Expand
Maturation and growth of ablated and unablated Penaeus monodon Fabricius
TLDR
A 1 : 1 male : female ratio did not appear to be adequate (unviable ova) so that this ratio could be increased or the “male tank” method of Beard and Wickins (1980) could be employed. Expand
Repetitive spawning of Penaeus indicus without eyestalk ablation, hatching rate and growth upto juveniles
Currently all shrimp hatcheries in India are using mother shrimp for spawning once or twice after eyestalk ablation. It is wellknown that the spawn size and the quality decreases as number ofExpand
Statistics for Biologists
...
1
2
...