DESCRIPTION OF AN ENLARGED SELECTION NUCLEUS IN A CARP (Cyprinus carpio) POPULATION IN NORTH-WESTERN TRANSYLVANIA

T. OROIAN, A. VLAIC, SIMONA PASCALAU, R.G. OROIAN, D. DRONCA, V. CIGHI, VIORICA COSIER

Abstract


The phenotypic performance of an enlarged selection nucleus of carp population from North-Western Transylvania is described in this paper. Aspects concerning the total body length, head length, maximal height, and body weight were recorded. The body length of the body is over 63 cm. The head length, important criteria in selection and index of slaughter yield recorded an average of 12.5 cm in both sexes. The index of body shape recorded an average of 3.33 by population, indicationg a long shape with linear back. The thorax perimeter recorded an average of 44.3 cm in males and 43.1 cm in female. The body weight recorded values of 4300 g in females and 4500 g in males

Keywords


Cyprinus carpio; Reproducteurs; l’analyse de l’ADN; conformation corporelle

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-asb:62:0:2699


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