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Length-weight relationships and condition factor of Anabas testudineus in the Semayang Lake, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

The environment of the Semayang Lake is a floodplain lake area that has unique habitat characteristics in the East Kalimantan province, Indonesian. Anabas testudineus is one of the fish found in Semayang Lake. The length-weight relationship research have been conducted in Semayang Lake, for one full... Full description

Journal Title: Aquaculture Aquarium, Conservation & Legislation, Feb 2019, Vol.12(1), pp.327-337
Main Author: Mustakim, Mohammad
Other Authors: Anggoro, Sutrisno , Purwanti, Frida , Haeruddin, Frida
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title: Length-weight relationships and condition factor of Anabas testudineus in the Semayang Lake, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
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  • Mustakim, Mohammad
  • Anggoro, Sutrisno
  • Purwanti, Frida
  • Haeruddin, Frida
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  • Indonesia
  • Anabas Testudineus
  • India
  • Sri Lanka
  • Habitats
  • Lakes
  • Habitats
  • Fish
  • Lakes
  • Allometry
  • Condition Factor
  • Condition Factor
  • Swamps
  • Weight
  • Males
  • Females
  • Habitat
  • Length-Weight Relationships
  • Resource Management
  • Males
  • Research
  • Habitats
  • Fish
  • Flood Plains
  • Wetlands
  • Females
  • Aquatic Habitats
  • Fish
  • Length-Weight Relationships
  • Pattern Analysis
  • Floodplains
  • Coefficients
  • Resource Management
  • Females
  • Rainy Season
  • Rainy Season
  • Sustainable Harvest
  • Rivers
  • Inland Waters
  • Females
  • Weight
  • Fish
  • Habitat Selection
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description: The environment of the Semayang Lake is a floodplain lake area that has unique habitat characteristics in the East Kalimantan province, Indonesian. Anabas testudineus is one of the fish found in Semayang Lake. The length-weight relationship research have been conducted in Semayang Lake, for one full year (dry and rainy season) in providing basic data in resources management of A. testudineus so that this fish species can be harvested optimally and sustainably. Growth pattern analysis of the allometric linear model (LAM) was used to calculate intercept (a) and slope (b). The relative weight (Wr) was determined by the equation Wr = (W / Ws) x 100. The condition factor was determined from the Fulton coefficient (K). The results of the present research suggest that A. testudineus has negative allometric growth pattern. The coefficient determination value (R2) of male individuals at swamp habitat is at range of 76-94% (r value: 0.87-0.97), females ranges 78-98% (r value: 0.889-0.99) and coefficient determination value (R2) on male in lake habitat ranges 77-93% (r value: 0.877-0.96); female ranges 75-92% (r value: 0.866-0.959). Relative weight (Wr) value obtained from the standard weight and total weight in swamp habitats in males ranged from 100.04±0.72 to 100.93±2.41, the females ranged from 100.25±1.39 to 101.13±2.60. In lake habitat the relative weight value in male fish was 100.29±1.57 - 101.06±2.65, and for females 100.40±2.98 - 101.60±3.07. The observed weight in swamp habitat was 34.2205±0.397 higher than the average standard weight of 34.012±0.386. Condition factor of A. testudineus in swamp habitat on male fish was 3.102±0.0058, in female fish 3.141±0.007, whereas in the lake habitat (Station 2, 3 and 5) condition factor was 3.114±0.007 and 3.143±0.009 for females respectively.
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abstractThe environment of the Semayang Lake is a floodplain lake area that has unique habitat characteristics in the East Kalimantan province, Indonesian. Anabas testudineus is one of the fish found in Semayang Lake. The length-weight relationship research have been conducted in Semayang Lake, for one full year (dry and rainy season) in providing basic data in resources management of A. testudineus so that this fish species can be harvested optimally and sustainably. Growth pattern analysis of the allometric linear model (LAM) was used to calculate intercept (a) and slope (b). The relative weight (Wr) was determined by the equation Wr = (W / Ws) x 100. The condition factor was determined from the Fulton coefficient (K). The results of the present research suggest that A. testudineus has negative allometric growth pattern. The coefficient determination value (R2) of male individuals at swamp habitat is at range of 76-94% (r value: 0.87-0.97), females ranges 78-98% (r value: 0.889-0.99) and coefficient determination value (R2) on male in lake habitat ranges 77-93% (r value: 0.877-0.96); female ranges 75-92% (r value: 0.866-0.959). Relative weight (Wr) value obtained from the standard weight and total weight in swamp habitats in males ranged from 100.04±0.72 to 100.93±2.41, the females ranged from 100.25±1.39 to 101.13±2.60. In lake habitat the relative weight value in male fish was 100.29±1.57 - 101.06±2.65, and for females 100.40±2.98 - 101.60±3.07. The observed weight in swamp habitat was 34.2205±0.397 higher than the average standard weight of 34.012±0.386. Condition factor of A. testudineus in swamp habitat on male fish was 3.102±0.0058, in female fish 3.141±0.007, whereas in the lake habitat (Station 2, 3 and 5) condition factor was 3.114±0.007 and 3.143±0.009 for females respectively.
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