2005
DOI: 10.1590/s0101-81752005000200013 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: A mitilicultura ou cultivo de mexilhões em corda, no litoral catarinense é desenvolvida em sistema intensivo de monocultivo semi-integral, não demandando investimentos em larvicultura e alimentação, utilizando áreas de elevada produtividade. Essa modalidade de cultivo apresenta excelente taxa de conversão alimentar e com rendimento por unidade de superfície superior ao de qualquer outra cultura em ambiente natural (MANSON 1976, ANDRÉU 1976.A elevada produtividade da mitilicultura, acrescida da possibilidade de… Show more

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“…However, in another study conducted with P. perna at the São Paulo Coast, the authors found no seasonal effect on the growth and yield of seeds [44]. In a previous study conducted with P. perna in southern Brazil, the authors have proposed the end of spring as the best time for harvesting the mussels [45] in accordance with our data that shows December as the month that presents the higher CI (Spring in Brazil ends officially on 20 December). P. perna mussels cultivated in Venezuela showed a tendency to present higher CIs in January, with an expressive increase from December onwards [46], and it has also demonstrated that the CI is not influenced by mussel gender.…”
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“…However, in another study conducted with P. perna at the São Paulo Coast, the authors found no seasonal effect on the growth and yield of seeds [44]. In a previous study conducted with P. perna in southern Brazil, the authors have proposed the end of spring as the best time for harvesting the mussels [45] in accordance with our data that shows December as the month that presents the higher CI (Spring in Brazil ends officially on 20 December). P. perna mussels cultivated in Venezuela showed a tendency to present higher CIs in January, with an expressive increase from December onwards [46], and it has also demonstrated that the CI is not influenced by mussel gender.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…Temperature and salinity ranges were similar to those observed by Marques et al (1998) (from 19 to 28 C and from 31.5 to 35.8 g/L, respectively) and also fit in comfort tracks established by Henriques (2004) to P. perna (temperature below 31 C and salinity between 24 and 34 g/L). Mean water transparency was similar to those registered by Marenzi (2002) and Marenzi and Branco (2005) in Santa Catarina State, Brazil. Values of chlorophyll‐ a at Cocanha Beach are within the range commonly found in areas of mussel farming.…”
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“…100x. GiL & thomé, 2004a;La Parra et al, 2005;marenzi & Branco, 2005;morsan & KroecK, 2005;suárez et al, 2005), ou por um controle genético da reprodução (Borzone et al, 2003), influindo nos mecanismos de transferência de reservas armazenadas em diversos órgãos para as gônadas.…”
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