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Date: 2014
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5357
Description: Abalone, Haliotis midae, farmers in South Africa that feed formulated diets reported a periodic drop in abalone growth during periods of increased gonad development. A large drop in abalone biomass wa ... More
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Date: 2013
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5180
Description: According to farm records, cultured Haliotis midae (50-70 g.abalone⁻¹) were growing 10% slower in winter when compared to summer. This reduction in growth rate also coincided with enlarged gonads. Ini ... More
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Date: 2012
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5335
Description: An understanding of species specific water quality requirements is essential for efficient production of aquaculture products, an aspect not well documented for the land-based culture of the South Afr ... More
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Date: 2009
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5352
Description: The abalone (Haliotis midae) culture industry in South Africa is becoming increasingly dependent on the use of formulated feeds, due to limitations in the supply of kelp. The bulk of the feeds that ar ... More
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Date: 2008
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:10706
Description: Haliotis midae is the cornerstone of the South African abalone fishery. For more than a decade, the wild abalone stock of South Africa has suffered decline due to over-exploitation and illegal activit ... More
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Date: 2008
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5334
Description: Abalone Haliotis midae farming in South Africa is highly intensive, employing pump-ashore, flow-through systems. Despite the known sensitivity of abalone to water quality, there is only a rudimentary ... More
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Date: 2005
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5336
Description: Terebrasabella heterouncinata is a small K-selected sabellid polychaete. It is a simultaneous hermaphrodite with a semi-continuous mode of reproduction, producing relatively few large eggs that are br ... More
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