Relationship between Weight and Length of Shrimp/Prawn Species Recorded from U-To Creek, Chaungtha, Pathein Township, Ayeyawady Region


Authors : Myint Myint Aye, Soe Soe Htay, Sandar Win, Swe Swe Win, Yee Yee Lwin

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 7 - July

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

Scribd : https://bit.ly/33uZv71

Abstract : Prawn and shrimp species were conducted in U-To Creek, Chaungtha, Ayeyawady Region. The study period from 2015 to 2016. A total of 11 species belonging to four genera and three families were recorded in this study period. Among the species recorded, the largest body weight was recorded in Macrobrachium rosenbergii and Penaeus monodon was of the second largest species. The largest body weight found of M.rosenbergii 33.15 ± 3.36 gm and the smallest body weight found of species Alpheus euphrosyne 1.42 ± 1.34 gm. The pearson correlation value (r) were 0.520 and 1.000 which showed highly significant correlation between weight and length of collected species.

Keywords : Prawns And Shrimps, Weight and Length Correlation, Chaungtha.

Prawn and shrimp species were conducted in U-To Creek, Chaungtha, Ayeyawady Region. The study period from 2015 to 2016. A total of 11 species belonging to four genera and three families were recorded in this study period. Among the species recorded, the largest body weight was recorded in Macrobrachium rosenbergii and Penaeus monodon was of the second largest species. The largest body weight found of M.rosenbergii 33.15 ± 3.36 gm and the smallest body weight found of species Alpheus euphrosyne 1.42 ± 1.34 gm. The pearson correlation value (r) were 0.520 and 1.000 which showed highly significant correlation between weight and length of collected species.

Keywords : Prawns And Shrimps, Weight and Length Correlation, Chaungtha.

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