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Record #140092:

A guide to the extraction and interpretation of otoliths from larval and pelagic juvenile Arcto-Norwegian cod (Gadus morhua) / Iain Suthers.

Title: A guide to the extraction and interpretation of otoliths from larval and pelagic juvenile Arcto-Norwegian cod (Gadus morhua) / Iain Suthers.
Author(s): Suthers, Iain.
Date: 1996.
In: Fisken og Havet. (1996.), Vol. 13 (1996)
Abstract: Increment deposition in species is daily, commencing at hatch. First 2-3 daily growth increments may be overlooked. Post-larval otoliths provide some difficulties in interpretation, probably due to rapid growth in post- larval stage (nearly twice that of western Atlantic cod) and growth in 24 hr daylight. Using light microscope, increments may be enumerated from 1 to over 120 days post-hatch. Use of lapillus over sagitta is recommended. Lapillus radius is linearly related to length, and increment widths seem closely related to feeding rates.
Notes:

Fisken og Havet. Vol. 13 :1-19 (1996).

Keywords: 591.134.2 -- Animals, rate of growth.
639.2.001 -- Fisheries research.
639.223 -- Cod fisheries.
H4 -- Zoology: fish.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
(*615) -- Norwegian Sea.
SPRI record no.: 140092

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