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Fig. 43. Hatching rate of Japanese smelt eggs treated with freshwater (control), kaolin suspension or SSP suspensions in the first experiment. Different alphabetical letters showed significant differences in the hatching rate between groups (P < 0.05; Chi-square test for independence). Modified from Aquaculture Science, 58, Mizuno et al., Effects of treatment using unbaked scallop shell powder suspension on eliminating egg adhesiveness, hatching rate and larval quality in Japanese smelt (Hypomesus nipponensis) eggs, 97–104, © 2010, Japanese Society for Aquaculture Research.

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