Open Access Review Article

Reviewing Research About the Early Life History of Freshwater Fish in China

Yanfei Huang*

Hunan University of Arts and Science, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, China

Corresponding Author

Received Date: Jaunary 15, 2019;  Published Date: January 24, 2019


Recruitment strength is well recognized to be determined in the first year of fish and is closely related with growth and survival rate in the early life history [1]. Numerous studies have attempted to understand recruitment mechanism and predict population dynamics by analyzing occurrence, abundance, growth and mortality rate and its relationship with environmental variables in the larval and juvenile stages [2] Early life history studies have been highly developed since 1914, when Hjort first proposed that variation in larval survival could generate recruitment variability [3] Research contents of early life history can be categorized into three aspects: ontogenetic development and identification, distribution and abundance, and growth and survival.

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