Salinity Effects on Survival, Growth and Morphometry of Four Egyptian Artemia Populations (International Study on Artemia. LXVII)

@article{ElBermawi2004SalinityEO,
  title={Salinity Effects on Survival, Growth and Morphometry of Four Egyptian Artemia Populations (International Study on Artemia. LXVII)},
  author={Nagy El-Bermawi and Athanasios D. Baxevanis and Theodore J Abatzopoulos and Gilbert Van Stappen and Patrick Sorgeloos},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={523},
  pages={175-188}
}
Four Artemia populations from northern Egypt, a bisexual one from Wadi El-Natrun Lake, two coastal parthenogenetic ones from Borg El-Arab and El-Max saltworks and an inland parthenogenetic form from Qarun Lake, were assayed for their survival, growth and morphometric responses measured in laboratory experiments at salinities of 35, 80, 120, 150 and 200 g l−1. The survival rate was determined using regression analysis and analysis of covariance. The bisexual population (Wadi El-Natrun: WN… CONTINUE READING

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