Broodstock management of Crassostrea gigas I: genetic and environmental variation in survival in the larval rearing system
Oregon State University, Sea Grant College Program, 1980 - Nature - 14 pages
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analyses of variance analysis of gonadal Aquaculture Becker broodstocks cells per ml combinations of parental counting Crassostrea gigas cultch determined Diallel analysis Griffing dilution environmental expected values experimental factorial experiments Female parents Male-female fixed effects model follicles frequency distribution gametogenesis genetic and non-genetic genetic components genotypic genotypic variance hatchery rearing system heritable considerations histogram indices of gonadal interaction term interaction variance Lannan Larval culture LARVAL REARING SYSTEM larval survival Male parents Female Male-female interaction Remainder MANAGEMENT OF CRASSOSTREA Marine Science Center maternal effects mature oysters Moderate turbidity non-additive genetic variance non-genetic components oocytes Oregon State University outcome Pacific oyster parents Female parents parents Male-female interaction Quantitative Genetics rearing environment related to heritable SEA GRANT COLLEGE seed oyster hatchery Snedecor Source of variation specific combining ability sperm stage of gonadal statistical survivals observed surviving progeny suspension University Sea Grant UV irradiated seawater variance of larval VARIATION IN SURVIVAL veliger larvae Yaquina Bay