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Re: Determination of frys' sex
The many accounts of 'adjusting' sex by putting 2 fish
per container, etc seem to be real. I know from my own
experience that whenever I only have 2-4 eggs, it
seems I always get at least 1 male and 1 female. But
is this really possible in a scientific basis? Don't
fish follow the X and Y chromasome the same as
mammals? If so, then sex ratio is determined at either
the males production of sperm or the viability of the
sperm in the water environment at the time of
spawning. Or do I almost know enough about this stuff
to be dangerous?
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