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Heated Effluent for the Rearing of Fry—for Farming and for Release

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The objective in aquaculture, as in traditional animal husbandry, is to produce a high-quality product in the shortest possible time and at minimum expense. One of the main constraints in achieving rapid growth of poikilotherms is maintenance of suitable temperature for feeding and growth. In Fry’s (1947) classification of the environment, temperature is a controlling factor; it governs the metabolic rate, thus affecting feeding appetite, digestion, and growth rate.

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Atlantic Salmon Brown Trout Sockeye Salmon Pacific Salmon Steelhead Trout 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Aquaculture Group, Department of the Environment, Biological StationFisheries and Marine ServiceSt. AndrewsCanada
  2. 2.North American Salmon Research CenterSt. AndrewsCanada

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