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The Common Carp and its Culture System Management

Author(s): Hari Prasad Mohale, N. Sarang, A. Y. Desai
Abstract: Aquaculture is a rapidly growing industry of worldwide. In the future, fish supplies from traditional fisheries are unlikely to increase substantially; therefore, aquaculture production should grow to help satisfy the growing world demand for fishery products. One of the most widely cultured species in the world is common carp (Heydarnejad, 2012). The common carp (C. carpio L, 1758) is native to coastal areas of the Caspian and Aral Seas. The ability of common carp to withstand various environments has made it one of the major exotic species to spread throughout the world (Hailu, 2013).
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