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Policies on release of improved fish strains in China

Since 1991, the certification, release and maintenance of new species for aquaculture have become part of the national policy in China. During the past 15 years, this policy has been conducted and improved and has begun to show its significant role in ...

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Pioneering fish genetic resource management and seed dissemination programmes for Africa: adapting principles of selective breeding to the improvement of aquaculture in the Volta Basin and surrounding areas

This document represents the report and contributed papers from the workshop Pioneering Fish Genetic Resource Management and Seed Dissemination Programmes for Africa: Adapting principles of selective breeding to the improvement of aquaculture in the Volta ...

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Lessons from established breeding programs: terrestrial and aquatic animals

Some relevant components of selection program theory and implementation are reviewed. This includes pedigree recording, genetic evaluation, balancing genetic gains and genetic diversity and tactical integration of key issues. Lessons learned are briefly ...

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Effects of relatedness and inbreeding on reproductive success of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)

It is well established that progeny of inbred matings are less fit than those of outbred matings, and that inbred individuals suffer from reduced viability and fertility. Inbreeding can be avoided by dispersal of progeny or by actively avoiding mating ...

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Evaluation of the new fluorescent internal tag (soft visible implant alphanumeric tag) in the freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii

The new version of the polyester visible implant alphanumeric tag (VI Alpha tag; Northwest Marine Technology Inc., Shaw Island, Washington, USA) was evaluated in the giant river prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) under laboratory conditions. The new VI ...

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The worldwide status of carp culture

Common, Chinese and Indian major carps are cultured wherever traditional markets exist. However, their culture potential elsewhere is limited by market acceptability and lack of culture experience. This review considers cultured carp bionomics; regional ...

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Improving disease resistance of cultured fish through selective programs (an overview)

The sustainable development of aquaculture in Egypt needs the efforts coordinated of different sectors. Disease prevention is the most important aspect for protecting the success in the field of aquaculture. Egyptian farmers, like other farmers in other ...

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Developments in the breeding of cultured fishes.

The controlled breeding of finfish for culture is reviewed with special refer-ence to recent developments and persistent problems. Freshwater species are at present cultured on a much larger scale than brackishwater and marine species which have potential ...

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Annual report 2008/09

Along with a feature on our climate change work, this year’s Annual Report covers topics like fish breeding, coral reef work, post-cyclone rehabilitation, big numbers, and helping the most disadvantaged through aquaculture, to name just a few. Aquaculture ...

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Estimates of strain additive and non-additive genetic effects for growth traits in a diallel cross of three strains of giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) in Vietnam

Additive genetic, heterotic and strain reciprocal effects were estimated using a diallel cross of two local wild strains of the giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) in Vietnam (Dong Nai and Mekong) and a third domesticated Hawaiian strain, ...

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