Food intake and growth of adult Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) reared under different conditions of stocking density, feeding frequency and size-grading

  • Lambert Y
  • Dutil J
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Abstract

The combined effects of stocking density, feeding frequency and size-grading on feeding and growth of adult Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) were measured in a series of four experiments. Specific growth rates decreased from a maximum of 1.08%/day at 2 kg/m3 stocking density to 0.66% at 40 kg/m3 density. Over 2 months, biomass increased 60–89% in fish stocked at low densities (

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  • Yvan Lambert

  • Jean-Denis Dutil

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