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Food security, safety and certification, Freshwater finfish, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Marine finfish, Molluscs (shellfish and other), Shrimp, Environment and sustainability, China, India, Markets and trade, Freshwater prawns
Editorial A residual issue.
Sustainable Aquaculture Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Some thoughts on integrated farming in China.
The trade in live reef foodfish: a Hongkong perspective.
Frazer McGilvray and Thierry T.C. Chan. Threading the STREAM components.
Graham Haylor. Organising and operating a regional federation of aquaculture producers.
Courtney Hough. Enhancing access to, and meeting market requirements for aquaculture products.
Bienvenido Rola. Big business, barnacles and barra boofing.
Aquatic animal health Chloramphenicol concerns in shrimp culture.
Research and farming techniques Freshwater pearl culture and production in China.
Hua Dan and Gu Ruobo. Freshwater prawn culture in China: an overview.
Miao Weimin and Ge Xianping. Genes and fish.
Graham Mair. Farmers as scientists.
M.C. Nandeesha. Status of common carp varieties under culture in China.
Zhu Jian. Marine finfish section
Induced spawning of
Pangasius sutchi with pituitary extract. N.R. Chattopadhyay, B. Mazumder and B. Mazumdar. Aquaculture and fisheries technology news from China.
What's new in Aquaculture Book reviews News, training.
What's new on the web.
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
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