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VisEgg: A robust phenotyping tool to assess rainbow trout egg features and viability

Abstract : Assessing female fish reproductive success requires a thorough evaluation of egg characteristics, including egg number, size and variability as well as egg developmental potential through the monitoring of embryo survival after fertilization. While embryonic success relies, at least in part, on paternal contribution, some parameters are strictly related to egg characteristics, one of the main ones being the viability of the egg when released into the water at spawning. It is however not necessarily possible, at least in salmonid fish that lay non-transparent eggs, to separate the different causes of egg/embryo failure.
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Emilie Cardona, Jérôme Bugeon, Emilien Segret, Julien Bobe. VisEgg: A robust phenotyping tool to assess rainbow trout egg features and viability. 2020. ⟨hal-03048531⟩



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