alexa Evaluation of Plankton Community Structure in Fish Refugia Acting as Oreochromic niloticus Propagation and Nursery Units for Rice/Fish Trials, Uganda

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Evaluation of Plankton Community Structure in Fish Refugia Acting as Oreochromic niloticus Propagation and Nursery Units for Rice/Fish Trials, Uganda

To determine the possible success or failure of the propagation system, plankton species diversity and biomass were investigated for 98 days in relation to fish fingerling numbers produced from the fish refugia along rice paddies. The experiment was laid out in a split-plot design, with a rice variety (Kairo 25) as the main plot and method of rice-fish culture (fish refugia) as the sub-plot.

Citation: Ssanyu GA, Rasowo J, Auma E, Ndunguru M (2011) Evaluation of Plankton Community Structure in Fish Refugia Acting as Oreochromic niloticus Propagation and Nursery Units for Rice/Fish Trials, Uganda. J Aquac Res Development 2:116.

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