2014
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-46702014000600001
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Length-weight relationships and prediction equations of body composition of farm raised Astyanax aff. Fasciatus (Actinopterygii: Characiformes: Characidae)

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“…Regression equations in aquaculture species are limited to Nile tilapia (He et al, ; Silva et al, ), rainbow trout (Gümüş & Balaban, ), common carp (Kumar et al, ) and Atlantic salmon (Beddow & Ross, ; Mørkøre et al, ). In contrast, for Neotropical farmed finfish, studies parameterizing regression equations for farmed traits are still scarce (Aguilar, Cruz, Mourao, & Cyrino, ; Furuya, Michelato, Cruz, & Furuya, ). Our regression equation predicting LEA estimated 84% of the total variance.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Regression equations in aquaculture species are limited to Nile tilapia (He et al, ; Silva et al, ), rainbow trout (Gümüş & Balaban, ), common carp (Kumar et al, ) and Atlantic salmon (Beddow & Ross, ; Mørkøre et al, ). In contrast, for Neotropical farmed finfish, studies parameterizing regression equations for farmed traits are still scarce (Aguilar, Cruz, Mourao, & Cyrino, ; Furuya, Michelato, Cruz, & Furuya, ). Our regression equation predicting LEA estimated 84% of the total variance.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Knowledge of this relationship finds applications in fisheries biology and in the assessment of fish stocks (Kochzius, 1997). Length-weight relationships allow conversion of growth-inlength into growth-in-weight in stock assessment models of biomass from length frequency distributions, and estimation of fish condition (Petrakis and Stergiou, 1995;Morato et al, 2001;Furuya et al, 2014). Length-weight relationship is of great importance in fishery assessments (Garcia et al, 1989;Haimovici and Velasco, 2000).…”
Section: Length-weight Relationshipmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The LWRs has been studied by many researchers in different fish species viz., Clarias gariepinus (Ayo-Olalusi, 2014); Oreochromis niloticus (Silva et al, 2015); Astyanax aff. fasciatus (Furuya et al, 2014); Pseudorasbora parva, Atherina boyeri, Aphanius danfordii, Tinca tinca, and Cyprinus carpio (Kırankaya et al, 2014); Capoeta umbla (Serdar and Özcan, 2016); Acanthobrama marmid, Capoeta trutta, Arbus luteus and Chalcalburnus mossulensis (Başusta and Çiçek, 2006); Carasobarbus luteus, Chondrostoma regium, Clarias gariepinus, Anguilla anguilla and Cyprinus carpio (Özcan, 2008). In addition, the a and b values, which are the LWR parameters, allow the morphology of populations distributed in different habitats and the life processes of fish species to be compared (Yedier et al, 2019;Yılmaz et al, 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%