Reproductive Biotechnology in Finfish Aquaculture: Proceedings of a Workshop Hosted by the Oceanic Institute Hawaii, USA, in Honolulu, 4-7th October 1
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BeschreibungThe successful reproduction of cultured brood stock is essential to the sustainable aquaculture of aquatic organisms. This book describes advances in the field of finfish reproductive biotechnology. It reviews the progress and assesses the status of biotechnology research that is applicable to the reproduction of finfish species for aquaculture.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface. Effects of stress on fish reproduction, gamete quality, and progeny (C.B. Schreck, W. Contreras-Sanchez, M.S. Fitzpatrick). Effect of broodstock nutrition on reproductive performance of fish (M.S. Izquierdo, H. Fernandez-Palacios, A.G.J. Tacon). Genetics and broodstock management of coho salmon (J.M. Myers, P.O. Heggelund, G. Hudson, R.N. Iwamoto). The environmental regulation of maturation in farmed finfish with special reference to the role of photoperiod and melatonin (N. Bromage, M. Porter, C. Randall). Endocrine manipulations of spawning in cultured fish: from hormones to genes (Y. Zohar, C.C. Mylonas). Disease prevention and control for gametes and embryos of fish and marine shrimp (J.A. Brock, R. Bullis). Cryopreservation of finfish and shellfish gametes and embryos (N.-H. Chao, I.C. Liao). The role of aquatic biotechnology in aquaculture (C.L. Hew, G.L. Fletcher). Genetic improvement of aquaculture finfish species by chromosome manipulation techniques in Japan (K. Arai). Endocrine sex control strategies for the feminization of teleost fish (F. Piferrer). Monosex male production in finfish as exemplified by tilapia: applications, problems, and prospects (J.A. Beardmore, G.C. Mair, R.I. Lewis). General discussion on "Reproductive biotechnology in finfish aquaculture" (C.-S. Lee, E.M. Donaldson). Keyword Index.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2001
Seitenanzahl: 320 Seiten