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ABOUT MANIFISTATION OF THE COMPENSATORY GROWTH OF JUVENILE PIKE ESOX


LUCIUS
M. N. Ivanova, A. N. Svirskaya
Papanin Institute for the Biology of Inland Waters, Russian Academy of Sciences, Borok, Yaroslavl obl., Russia
e-mail: svirs@ibiw.yaroslavl.ru

Patterns of growth and nutrition of large (well-grown) and small (bad-grown) juvenile pike taken
from the generation of one pair of spawners were investigated. From the hatching moment till the fry
period sibs were kept in the same tank. A difference between the time of transfer to external nutrition (at
first the food was zooplankton, later fish larvae), the nutrition intensity and the growth rate was revealed as
early as the first stages of sibs development. In the second half of the experiment when fish were 3 weeks,
10 large and 10 small juvenile pike were selected and seated separately in aquariums where they were kept
during 80 days under abundance of the fish food. The body length and weight of the studied pike were
measured in 2 days and the ration size was calculated. It was determined that the small yearlings of pike
grew faster than the large ones after seating them separately. The length of the small juvenile pike was as
large as the large juvenile pike in 38 days, the body weight in 46 days. Hence the small juvenile pike that
didnt eat enough during early stages of development increased the intensity of feeding and demonstrated
the compensatory growth after taking down oppressive factors.
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