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Obseration on the conditional factor and allometry of female indian major carp, labeo rohita (hamilton)

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Susmita Das, A. K. Patra and Utpal Kumar Sar
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Abstract: 

The female specimens of Labeo rohita (body weight, 150-750 gm) had been assessed during the period of 15 June to 15 September, 2012. This season was particularly choosen because of the attainment of sexual maturity as well as optimum growth of the female ones. These specimens were assessed in three groups- young, matured and matured but adults. The study revealed that the values of gastrosomatic index (GSI), gonadosomatic index (GnSI), hepatosomatic index (HSI) and conditional factor (K) were 0.408, 0.235, 0.699, 1.618 and 0.395, 0.296, 0.708, 2.169 and 0.413, 0.374 0.982, 2.194 in young, matured and matured but adults respectively. Above index values and conditional factor had been observed to be high in matured but adult females than other female ones. Attempts and achievements of this work showed that the growth rate of female ones was proper and aquatic condition viz. (pH-8.0, alkalinity-66.0mgl-1, free CO₂, dissolved O₂, total solid-114.0 mgl-1, total hardness-60.0 mgl-1, total suspended solid-4.0 mgl-1, Chloride-10.6 mgl-1) was favourable.

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