Furthermore, the successful control of oyster enemies, such as starfish, several gastropods, crabs, etc., is extremely difficult and often impossible. ... many ponds where the salinity can be controlled within certain limits, it is possible to take advantage of this difference by allowing ... The two most obvious are production of young, or what we call aquot;seedaquot; oysters, and inducement of fast growth in older oysters.
|Title||:||Perspectives in Marine Biology|
|Author||:||Adriano A. Buzzati-Traverso|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1958|