Antibacterial treatment procedures of eggs of halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.)
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Halibut eggs were surface disinfected with a iodophor one day before hatching, and mortality and larval development was recorded until the time of first feeding. The groups exposed to higher concentrations of disinfectant had lower mortalities and lower fraction of larvae with developmental deformities compared to groups exposed to lower concentrations and untreated control groups.