Vol. 4, Issue 2 (2019)
The relationship between the length of weight and the condition factor of the torfish (toro soro valenciennes 1842)In asahan river
Author(s): Khairani Laila, Rumondang, DeddyWahyudin
Abstract: This study aims to establish the relationship of length-weight and evaluate the condition of the condition of fish Tor (Tor soro) in the waters of Asahan River, North Sumatra. Sampling was carried out once a month from February to May 2019. A total of 756 fish were caught using 1.5 - 3 inch mesh-gill nets. The total length and weight of sample fish ranges from 120 - 250 mm and 64 - 161 grams, respectively. The relationship of length-weight is W = 3.000x105 2.72 Log L. These results indicate that the long-weight relationship has a high correlation (R2> 0.978). The conductive factor varies from 0.977 to 1,070. Females have better conditions than male fish.
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