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Freshwater finfish, Hatchery and nursery, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Nutrition and feeding, Aquatic plants, Shrimp, Environment and sustainability, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Freshwater prawns, Water quality
Editorial Shrimp anti-dumping dispute escalates.
Sustainable Aquaculture Freshwater prawn,
Macrobrachium nobilii a promising candidate for rural nutrition. P. Mariappan, P. Balamurugan and Chellam Balasundaram Snapshots of a clean, innovative, socially responsible fish farm in Sri Lanka.
Pedro Bueno Introduction of rainbow trout
Onchorynchus mykiss in Nepal: Constraints and prospects. Tek Bahadur Gurung and Sadhu Ram Basnet Tilapia seed production in Ho Chi Minh City, Southern Vietnam.
H.P.V. Huy, A. MacNiven, N.V. Tu, Ram C. Bhujel and David C. Little Seaweed Mariculture: Scope And Potential In India.
Sajid I. Khan and S. B. Satam
Research and Farming Techniques Growth enhancement of carp and prawn through dietary sodium chloride supplementation.
P. Keshavanath, B. Gangadhara and Savitha Khadri Fertilisation, soil and water quality management in small-scale ponds.
S. Adhikari Shrimp harvesting technology on the south west coast of Bangladesh.
S.M. Nazmul Alam, Michael J. Phillips and C.K. Lin Farmers as Scientists: The 'Gher Revolution'.
M.C. Nandeesha Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Aquaculture Compendium: Case study component.
Rice-Fish Culture in China.
Aquatic Animal Health Exercising responsibilities to tackle aquatic animal diseases.
C.V. Mohan Application of immunostimulants in larviculture: Feasibility and challenges.
Marine Finfish Section
What's New in Aquaculture
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
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