Broodstock management of Crassostrea gigas III: selective breeding for improved larval survival
Oregon State University, Sea Grant College Program, 1980 - Nature - 5 pages
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abili abilities for males abilities of gonadal abilities were calculated adequate number Aquaculture assessment BREEDING FOR IMPROVED breeding population BROODSTOCK MANAGEMENT calculated according combining abilities contributed equal numbers contributed one-seventh correlation coefficient CRASSOSTREA GIGAS development of males diallel analysis Diallel crosses Elsevier Scientific Publishing female from line female parent female progeny gametes genetic given line gonadal condition gonadal development hatchery broodstock heritable improve High general combining IMPROVED LARVAL SURVIVAL Lannan Larval oyster culturists lines Line lines selected males and females males from line MANAGEMENT OF CRASSOSTREA management program maternal oyster mating performance number of parental optimal Oregon State University oyster brood oyster broodstocks oyster has contributed oysters contributed equal Pacific oysters parental oysters paternal oyster randomly selected rank correlation result Scientific Publishing Company SEA GRANT COLLEGE SELECTIVE BREEDING seven inbred lines seven lines spawning condition spawning population sperm cells substantial improvement total number UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA variation various lines vival