Morfometrik Kijing Taiwan (Anodonta Woodiana) di Beberapa Lokasi di Kabupaten Minahasa dan Kabupaten Minahasa Utara

Ockstan J. Kalesaran • Cyska Lumenta • Ahazia I. Tampa
Journal article Akulturasi - Jurnal Ilmiah Agrobisnis Perikanan • April 2014 Taiwan

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Abstract

This study was conducted to describe morphometric kijing Taiwan at several locations in Minahasa District and North Minahasa regency and its association with the abundance of plankton and water quality. Sampling kijing Taiwan and water quality obtained from the four (4) locations: Village Rap Rap, BBAT Tatelu North Minahasa Regency, Village Paleloan and Tataaran II Minahasa regency. Morphometric measurements kijing Taiwan include dimensional measurements and weighing of the shell. Measurement of shell dimensions include length, width, and thickness. Include the weighing of the weighing of the total, shell weight and wet weight of meat. Water quality measurements carried out directly at the sites include measurement of temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen and water base texture, while the identification of plankton carried in Pathology and Clinical Laboratory of Fish Diseases, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, University of Sam Ratulangi. Morphometric measurements were taken at random as many as 50 individuals at each location kijing Taiwan. The results of morphometric measurements at multiple sampling locations are indicated uniformity in size Tataaran II Village, the Village and Village Paleloan Rap Rap while in BBAT Tatelu uniformity of size only in size from 7.18 to 9.74 cm is due in Taiwan kijing BBAT pool Tatelu considered a pest that regularly performed eradication. Relationships shell length and total weight gravestone can change every time Taiwan is influenced by several factors such as the condition of gonadal maturation, water quality and availability of food in the waters. Keywords : Kijing Taiwan, Anodonta woodiana, Morphometric

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