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Progress on Fish Growth Traits Improvement and Its Regulation
Author of the article:SU Jun-hu 1,2, ZHANG Yan-ping 2, LOU Zhong-yu2, JIAO Wen-long2, YANG Jian-bao 1, WEI Yan-ming 2,3*
Author's Workplace:1. College of Life Science and Technology, Gansu Agricultural University, Lanzhou 730070, China; 2. Gansu Fisheries and Science Research Institute, Gansu Key Laboratory of Cold Water Fishes Germplasm Resources and Genetics Breeding, Lanzhou 730000, China; 3. College of Veterinary Medicine, Gansu Agricultural University, Lanzhou 730070, China
Key Words:fish; growth traits; regulation
Abstract:Fishes germplasm resources provide essential material foundation for sustainable, healthy and stable aquaculture. The new strain or species with the good quality, high nutrient and efficiency as well as high yield are the keys to promote the sustainable development of aquaculture. Fish growth rate is an important index for evaluating the breeding values, which is also one of the important breeding traits in practice. Yet the fish breeding foundation is poor, the improvement theoretical basis and technology innovation has been plagued the fish breeding work. In order to provide theoretical basis and guidance to improve the growth traits and regulation, effects of internal factors (genetic, physiology) and external factors (food, temperature, oxygen and species relationships, etc.) on growth were discussed, based on the strategy of fish growth traits regulation and improvement were reviewed.
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