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Will microbial manipulation sustain the ecological balance in shrimp (Penaeus monodon) hatcheries?
(National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, 1998)
A shift in preferred methods employed to contain bacterial diseases in the hatchery phase of shrimp culture has resulted largely from the unsuccessful control by and deleterious effects of chemotherapy. Manipulation of ...
Morphological development and survival of Philippine silver therapon larvae, Leiopotherapon plumbeus (Kner, 1864) reared under different feeding schemes
(De La Salle University, 2016)
Philippine silver therapon, Leiopotherapon plumbeus, locally known as ayungin, is an endemic fish species in the country. The demand for silver therapon remained high despite the decline of its population and commercial ...
Illuminated-cage nursery of the Asian sea bass, Lates calcarifer Bloch, (Centropomidae): effects of initial body size and stocking density
(Asian Fisheries Society; World Aquaculture Society - Southeast Asian Chapter, 2000)
This study was conducted to determine the appropriate initial body size and the corresponding stocking density of sea bass, Lates calcarifer, during nursery rearing in illuminated cages. Hatchery-produced sea bass fry of ...
The effect of stocking density, temperature and light on the early larval survival of the abalone Haliotis asinina Linné
(Phuket Marine Biological Center, 2001)
Newly hatched trocophore larvae of the abalone haliotis asinina linne were stocked at densities of 1000, 3000 and 5000 larvae/1 at low (20-25<sup>o</sup>C) and high (ambien, 28-30<sup>o</sup>C) water temperature levels in ...
Growth, molting, food ingestion, and absorption in juvenile Macrobrachium rosebergii in relation to dissolved oxygen
(European Aquaculture Society, 1989)
Growth, molting, food ingestion, and absorption in juvenile Macrobrachium rosenbergii were evaluated at 2.5, 3.5, 5.0, and 7.7ppm dissolved oxygen (DO), 29°C, and 0.5°/oo salinity. DO levels were maintained by bubbling ...
Constraints and prospects in aquaculture development.
(Nagoya University Corporation, 1987)
The development of aquaculture in developing countries of the Asia-Pacific region is constrained by inadequate seeds, diseases and other causes of mortality, lack of effective natural food and formulated feeds, problems ...
Reproductive performance of pond-sourced Scylla serrata fed various broodstock diets
(Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 1999)
Feeding experiments were conducted to determine the effect of diet on reproduction of pond-sourced unablated and ablated Scylla serrrata broodstock. Broodstock were fed either natural food (T1) consisting of mussel, squid, ...
Design and construction of a fishpen for an aquaculture-based social laboratory.
(ASEAN/UNDP/FAO Regional Small Scale Coastal Fisheries Development Project, 1986)
A pilot project for the pen culture of Tilapia nilotica and bighead carp in an irrigation canal was initiated in Barangay Cauayan, Pototan, Iloilo. The project, Cauayan Social Laboratory, involves cooperators from the ...
Supplementation of grouper (Epinephelus coioides) weaning diet with different sources of phospholipids
(European Aquaculture Society, 2001)
In a rapidly growing fish, phospholipid requirements are high due to rapid membrane development. At an early stage, larvae cannot synthesize large amounts of phospholipids for membrane development, which should therefore ...
Second International Conference on the Culture of Penaeid Prawns and Shrimps: Proceedings of an International Conference held at Iloilo City from 13-17 May 1996
Abstracts of the papers presented at the conference are cited individually.