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Aquaculture Studies 2013, Vol 13, Num, 2     (Pages: 021-033)

Regeneration of the Broodstock Management in Trout Farms in East Black Sea Region

Hüseyin SALİHOĞLU 1 ,Hasan MELEK 1 ,Hayrettin BAYÇELEBİ 1 ,Muharrem AKSUNGUR 2 ,Eyüp ÇAKMAK 2 ,Süleyman AKHAN 3

1 Trabzon İçsu Ürünleri Üretici Birliği, Kasüstü Beldesi, Yomra, Trabzon, Türkiye
2 Su Ürünleri Merkez Araştırma Enstitüsü, P.K. 129, Yomra, 61250, Trabzon, Türkiye
3 Akdeniz Üniversitesi, Su Ürünleri Fakültesi, Antalya, Türkiye
DOI : 10.17693/yunusae.v2013i21905.235420 Viewed : 2190 - Downloaded : 1856 Rainbow trout aquaculture takes the traditional business structure, despite advances in recent years in Turkey. Trout hatchery's yield were low-level. Broodstock origin wasn't known and used the same breeding fish for a long time without refresh. This study, conducted by the Association of Trabzon Inland Water Fish Farms, that created five different broodstocks of rainbow trout with nine different places (Elazıg, Maras, Kayseri, Bilecik, Kütahya, Sakarya, Antalya, Kırklareli, Artvin) in Turkey. Broodstock fish selected by sampling the genetic origin, disease status, and phenotypic characteristics. The fish tagged with PIT, grown out in the net cages for seven months (October 2010-May 2011) and distributed to members of the Union each of 150 - 300 fish. Fish farms were selected that they produce most-enterprises fry. These farms was controlled by researcher for water quality criteria, fish disease, and living environments and other follow-up care and feeding conditions were the production efficiency of the incubation period investigated. Keywords : Rainbow trout, broodstock inventory management, fecundity, PIT tagged