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A Study on Survival and Growth of Ark shell, Scapharca broughtonii with differential density during hanging culture
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 30, Issue 1,  2014, pp.17-23
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2014.30.1.17
 Title & Authors
A Study on Survival and Growth of Ark shell, Scapharca broughtonii with differential density during hanging culture
Oh, Bong-Se; Jin, Young-Guk; Jung, Choon-Goo; Lim, Weol-Ae; Kim, Sook-Yang;
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 Abstract
Ark shell Scapharca broughtonii length and total weight growth by density, which was hanging-cultured near the sea area of Yeosu-city, Hoenggan-island (below is Yeosu), showed inverse correlation with density. As for the average growth of shell length by density, the test area of 10 shells showed the best result as 5.21 mm, and it became lower as density became higher. Also, the increase of total weight by density showed the same result, thus on the whole, the increase of average shell length and total weight of 10-20 shell test area showed the better result than the test area of 30-40 shells. In addition, even if the parashell's shell length by density and total weight growth in the sea area of Namhae-gun, Mijo-fishing port (below is Namhae) showed inverse correlation with density, it showed the slighter inverse correlation than the sea area of Yeosu. As for the average growth of shell length by density, the test area of 10 shells showed the best result as 4.55mm, but the average growth of shell length by density in the test area of 20-40 shells appeared to be similar as 3.11, 3.36 and 3.27 mm. On the other hand, as for the increase of total weight by density, the test area of 10-20 shells showed the more increase than the test area of 30-40 shells. In conclusion, it is guessed that the culture density of 20 shells/ (166 shells / ) would be appropriate when hanging-culturing the shells. At the sea area of A, the survival rate of Scapharca broughtonii parashell was 68-87% by density respectively, and it showed the density-dependent result, while the survival rate of sea area of Namhae, where phytoplankton as prey is abundant, showed the much better result as 91-100%. It is guessed that this may be due to the fact that the quantity of phytoplankton in sea area of Yeosu is just 55.89% of sea area of Namhae. When hanging-culturing the shells, the water temperature by sea area ranged from 16.22 to , salinity 30.07-33.48, pH 8.10-8.45, and DO 4.49-9.65 mg/L.
 Keywords
Ark shell;Scapharca broughtonii;Survival and growing rate with density;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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수하식 큰가리비 양식의 채롱간 조류의 흐름 간섭현상 규명,김현영;오봉세;차봉진;박미선;

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