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Seasonal Histological Changes of Testis in Channa orientalis Bloch & Schneider, 1801
- A total of 164 male Channa orientalis Bloch & Schneider, 1801 sampled from Thanmataw Village, Patheingyi Township were used to evaluate the reproductive condition during June 2007 to May 2008. Seasonal histological changes of testis were analyzed. Based on seasonal histological changes of testis, the reproductive cycle of the above species is designated into prespawning season (January – February), spawning season (March – October) and postspawning season (November-December). The testis development was microscopically characterized into five stages (proliferation, early developing, late developing, ripe and spent). The highest % of spermatozoa were found during March-October.
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