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Zhou, G.-T., Pan, F. L., & Wu, Z.-L. (2003). The comparison of growth performance among three species turtle juveniles: chinemys reevesii, mauremys mutica and cistoclemmys flavomarginatas. Fisheries Science (Liaoning), 21(1), 32–33. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Zhou2003a
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Keywords: Clemmys, Emydidae, Ernährung = nutrition, Geoemydidae, Haltung = husbandry, Mauremys, Mauremys mutica, Mauremys reevesii, Schildkröten = turtles + tortoises, Zeitigung = incubation
Creators: Pan, Wu, Zhou
Collection: Fisheries Science (Liaoning)
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This experiment was designed to compare the growth performance of Chinemys reevesii with Mauremys mutica and Cistoclemmys flavomarginatas jueniles. These experimental animals were raised with artificial food in stable cages indoors. Feeding experiments lasted 46 days. Results indicated that Mauremys mutica. was the highest in the absolute weight gain and the special weight gain rate, Cistoclemmys flavomarginatass was the second, and the third was Chinemys reevesii. The difference was significant. In the feed conversion ratio, Cistoclemmys flavomarginatas was the highest, Chinemys reevesii was the second, and the lowest was Mauremys mutica. The difference was significant, too. In the juveniles stage, Mauremys mutica was clearly dominant only in the growth performance and feed conversion efficiency.
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