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Shining The Light On Trout: Where we are now?

Citation
Taylor J & Migaud H (2008) Shining The Light On Trout: Where we are now?, Finfish News, 1.2008 (5), pp. 11-17.

Abstract
To date, the trout industry in general has not adopted photoperiod techniques for production enhancement. Extensive research over the last seven years at Stirling has shown the potential benefits of such regimes. This article summarises previous and ongoing research determining how artificial photoperiod regimes can be used to manipulate reproduction and growth for the benefit of the trout industry. The most important advances for farming relate to our improved understanding of light perception which, in conjunction with technological innovations, has allowed radical refinement of the available lighting systems.

StatusPublished
AuthorsTaylor John, Migaud Herve
Publication date01/2008
URLhttp://www.cefas.defra.gov.uk/…ishnews/ffn5.pdf
PublisherCentre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS)
Place of publicationLowestoft
ISSN 1749-0677
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Finfish News, Issue 5

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