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Quantitative genetic basis of fatty acid composition in the GIFT strain of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) selected for high growth

Primary Science Publication Aquaculture 309(1-4):66-74 Primary science publication Aquaculture Nutrition & Health Friday, January 1, 2010 Wednesday, November 3, 2010 Breeding Genetics GIFT Health Tilapia Nguyen, N.H. Ponzoni, R.W. Yee, H.Y. Abu-Baker, ...

Type: Publication

L' impact de la nutrition et de la supplémentation en poisson sur la réponse au traitement antirétroviral, Zambie: une étude documentaire

Programme régional pour les pêches et le VIH/SIDA en Afrique: investir dans des solutions durables. Rapport de projet du WorldFish Center. The WorldFish Center, Penang Zambia Working paper Working paper Nutrition & Health Thursday, January 1, 2009 ...

Type: Publication

A taste for live fish: Hong Kong's live reef fish market.

NAGA 21 (2): 38-42 Hong Kong Primary Science Publication Primary science publication Fisheries Nutrition & Health Value Chains Thursday, January 1, 1998 Wednesday, June 3, 2009 Fish trade Fisheries management Health Markets Overfishing Reef fisheries ...

Type: Publication

The use of antibiotics in aquaculture: health and environmental issues, control and mitigation measures

Jurnal Biosains 13(1):19-25 Malaysia Primary Science Publication Primary science publication Nutrition & Health Tuesday, January 1, 2002 Tuesday, November 22, 2011 Aquaculture Diseases Health Malaysia Choo, P.S. Download 2 952 This paper attempts to ...

Type: Publication

Strengthening community-based natural resource management to safeguard food security in Malaita Province, Solomon Islands

In the Lau and Langalanga lagoons in Malaita province, Solomon Islands, the ‘saltwater people’ live on small artificial islands on top of coral reefs and mangroves, barter marine resources for root crops and vegetables, and have limited access to land. ...

Type: Project

Gill nets enable women to harvest nutritious fish in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, both women and men are actively involved in aquaculture. But in poor households, where average income is USD 65.25 per month, women face barriers that prevent them from catching fish, even from their own homestead ponds. Gender-related ...

Type: Story

Sustainable plan hatched to develop aquaculture in Timor-Leste

The marine fisheries surrounding the half-island of Timor-Leste account for over 90% of the country’s total fish production. But capture fisheries alone will not be sufficient to meet the country’s growing fish demand. In response, the Government of Timor ...

Type: Story

Increased small fish consumption boosts under-5 nutrition in Cambodia

Nutrient-rich small fish such as the Mekong flying barb, yellow tail rasbora, and slender rasbora are abundant in the flooded rice fields, rivers and streams that cover the Cambodian countryside. But a common perception among households, 80% of whom ...

Type: Story

Program with Department of Fisheries, Odisha

Through this partnership with the Government of Odisha in India, WorldFish provides support to increase the productivity of aquaculture through improvements in seed, technology and farming systems. A long-term goal is to foster a sustainable aquaculture ...

Type: Project

New paper underlines importance of fish consumption for development and ‘a healthy life for all’

A new paper published in the peer-reviewed Food Policy journal recommends that the nutritional importance of fish, especially in resource-poor populations which rely heavily on cereal based-diets, needs to be taken into account in the development of ...

Type: Press Release

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