Caviar resorption - destruction, resorption. Lack of appropriate necessary environmental conditions during the breeding period - spawning substrate, spawning water temperatures, water level, current velocity and others - often leads to non-laying of sexual products and their subsequent resorption. In the process of resorption, the complex substances that make up the egg are broken down to simple compounds, which gradually pass into the blood and lymph. The next spawning (the following year) may not occur due to the long resorption process of unembryonated sexual products and the formation of a new generation of ovocytes.
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