body length for Labeo rohita of all the three waterbodies. Correlation there exist a linear relationship between length and weight of fish (Le Cren,. A larger sample size might have yielded a more accurate picture. The length-weight (LWR), length-length (LLR) relationships and condition factors of Labeo rohita and Puntius sarana - two economically important fish species. The length–weight relationship was W = L for W = L for Catla catla, W = L for Labeo rohita In the present investigation, LWR of four fish species from . Publication cover image.
Most of the wetlands in this region, including outflow of the wetland, the river Kachua the mighty Sone Beel, might have been originates from the northern-most end of the originated after the Dupitila sedimentation wetland. It drains out the wetland water into the during the Mio-Pliocene period.
Around Sone mighty river Kushiara after covering a length of c Beel, the soil in the catchment of the plains is Although the river Kachua was generally loamy, but occasionally sandy or blocked by a blind dam constructed by the gravelly admixed with quartz.
Conversely, Government of Assam inthe dam was hilly portion of the catchment generally replaced by a lock gate in after consists of fine grain sand stones bearing many experiencing navigational and fishery problems.
Concomitantly, the minimum measured as The area of exhibit a decreasing trend of its storage capacity Sone from post-monsoon period culminating in winter Beel at FSL was measured as A total length of each fish was The differences in weight for all the sampled measured to the nearest 0. The exponent indicating isometric growth.
Factor are presented in Table 1 and Table 2. The length TL from 9. The average K value for the Labeo rohita is The Le Cren Condition Factor below: Kn value minimum Relationship between total length cm and body weight g of Labeo rohita J. The condition factor K reflects, but the fish follow the cube law strictly and through its variations, information on the weight increase was a rate of the cube of its the physiological state of the fish in relation to J.
The results showed that an almost condition in Perch, J. Labeo calbasu Hamilton-Buchanan Board Length-weight relationships of some Can.
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