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Basavaraju Y, Penman D & Mair GC (2003) Stock evaluation and development of a breeding programme for common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in Karnataka, India: progress of a research project, Naga, 4.2003, 26 (2), pp. 30-33.
Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) is the single most important species for aquaculture in the state of Karnataka, India, where it is generally grown in polyculture with Indian major carps. Precocious maturation and unwanted reproduction in the species have been identifi ed as constraints to increase production in aquaculture and culture-based fi sheries in Karnataka state. Stocks of C. carpio obtained from Hungary (Amur and P3), Indonesia (Rajdanu) and Vietnam (SV) are being assessed alongside two local stocks (L-BRP and L-FRS) in a series of culture performance trials with the objective of setting up a base population for selective breeding. The paper presents progress of research being undertaken at the Fisheries Research Station, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India.
|Authors||Basavaraju Yaraguntappa, Penman David, Mair Graham C|
Naga: Volume 26, Issue 2