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Aquaculture International

, Volume 8, Issue 2–3, pp 259–265 | Cite as

Seasonal differences in effect of broodstock diet on spawning success in the great scallop

  • Sissel Andersen
  • Halldis Ringvold
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Abstract

Great scallop (Pecten maximus L.) broodstock collected at two different seasons, spring (May) and winter (December), were given four different diets during conditioning. The spring group was spawned in late June, and the winter group in February.The highest number of veligers in the summer spawning (30 millions per 10broodstock), was produced using a diet consisting of 80% Tahitian Isochrysis galbana. In the winter spawning, broodstock given a dietconsisting of 80% diatoms (Skeletonema costatum/Chaetocerosgracilis) produced the highest number of veligers (29 millions per 10broodstock). Fecundity and the number of egg-releasing individuals were higher in the early summer spawning (June) than in the winter spawning (February), however, the total number of three days old veligers produced was nearly the same in the two seasons.

bivalves broodstock diet great scallop (Pecten maximusspawning 

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© Kluwer Academic Publishers 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • Sissel Andersen
    • 1
  • Halldis Ringvold
    • 1
  1. 1.Austevoll Aquaculture Research StationInstitute of Marine ResearchStorebøNorway

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