Keywords: rainbow-trout

Population Consequences of Releasing Sex-Reversed Fish: Applications and Concerns

C. Wederkind,  Sex Control in Aquaculture,  Chp 8:179-188. 2018.
Sex differentiation is generally more labile in gonochoristic fish than it is, for example, in birds and mammals. Environmentally induced sex reversal is, therefore, often possible, and creates genotype‐phenotype mismatches that can be useful in population management. ...
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Sex Control in Aquaculture: Concept to Practice

H.P. Wang and Z.G. Shen,  Sex Control in Aquaculture,  2018.
Understanding sex determining (SD) mechanisms and related concepts in a wide range of fish species is critical for sex control and large‐scale monosex production in aquaculture, in which monosex culture is superior to mixed‐sex culture. Establishment of phenotypic sex is ...
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Production of a YY Male Brook Trout Broodstock for Potential Eradication of Undesired Brook Trout Populations

D. J. Schill, J. A. Heindel, M. R. Campbell, K. A. Meyer and E. Mamer,  North American Journal of Aquaculture,  78:72-83. 2015.
Brook Trout Salvelinus fontinalis introduced outside of their native range often negatively impact native aquatic fauna or provide marginal fisheries and are frequently targeted for manual or piscicide removal in lakes and streams. Unfortunately, complete eradication of exotic ...
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