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Abstract

THE STUDY OF GONADOSOMATIC INDEX (GSI) AND FECUNDITY OF OHTEE OGILBII SYKES, 1839 FROM NIRA RIVER, BHOR DISTRICT (MAHARASHTRA) INDIA.

Nirbhay S. Pimple* Sanjay S. Kharat

ABSTRACT

Rohtee ogilbii (Sykes 1839) is an indigenous fish from Western Ghats
of Maharashtra. The study on Fecundity and Gonadosomatic index
(GSI) of Rohtee ogilbii sykes, 1839 was undertaken to investigate the
reproductive potential of this fish. The mean Gonadosomatic index (%)
was 8.079±0.070 with a range of 3.6-11.75. The fecundity was in range
of 5382-23542with a mean value of 12964.2±1373.71. The correlation
coefficient for Fecundity (Y) and total body weight (X) was 0.9217.
The correlation coefficient for Fecundity (Y) and total gonads weight
(X) was 0.8477, the correlation coefficient for Fecundity (Y) and total
body length(X) 0.8013, and the correlation coefficient for Gonad
weight (y) and total body weight (X) was 0.9165. The regression was
line was linear when graph was plotted against the fecundity for TL,
BW, GW, and GSI. The variable observed were significant at P<0.01. This study would help
in knowing the commercial potentialities of the stock as well as to impose adequate
regulations for the conservation of the edible species and would also benefit the fishery
economics.

Keywords: Rohtee ogilbii sykes, Gonadosomatic index.


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