||Taris Nicolas, Sauvage Christopher, Boudry Pierre
||IMBC 2005 CIBM International Marine Biotechnology Conference - Conférence Internationale en Biotechnologie Marine
||Crassostrea gigas, Juvenile, Genetic variability, Selection, Genetic, Hatcheries, Oyster
||Early-life history of oysters, like in most marine bivalves, is characterized by high fecundity and low survival rate. In hatcheries, which are ecoming more and more important for the production of juveniles for aquaculture production, rearing conditions are optimised (density, feeding, temperature...), and contrast with those observed in the wild. Additionally, slow growing larvae are culled by sieving.