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Freshwater finfish, Genetics and biodiversity, Health and welfare, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Marine finfish, Shrimp, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Markets and trade, Freshwater prawns
Editorial Mariculture: The new hot topic
Aquatic animal health Selection of high-health postlarvae: A prerequisite for sustainability of the Indian shrimp industry.
S. Saurabh, V. Kumar, S. Karanth and G. Venkateshwarlu Nucleotides - novel immunostimulants in aquaculture feed.
P. Kalaimani Arasi, N. Felix
Genetics and biodiversity Brood stock and all female scampi grow out ponds in South India.
P. Balamurugan, C. Balasundaram, P. Mariappan and S. Dharaneedharan Genetically modified fish and its potential applications.
M. Karthik, D.B. Akolkar, V. Kumar, and S.D. Singh
Research and farming techniques Rainbow trout farming in hill terrace of Nuwakot, Nepal.
Tek Bahadur Gurung, Sadhu Ram Basnet and Krishna Prasad Lamsal Sugar industry by-products as plankton boosters and yield enhancers in carp culture systems.
S. Felix, T. Francis, K. Mohan Naidu, C. Senthil and P. Herald Robins A note on the growth and production of
Penaeus monodon in low saline culture systems of Kerala. G. Prasad
People in aquaculture Peter Edwards writes on rural aquaculture: Poor households raise prawns for export.
Asia-Pacific Marine Finfish Aquaculture Network Marine fish marketing systems in coastal Bangladesh: Potential for development.
Nesar Ahmed and Helen T. Sturrock
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
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