This book covers the broad spectrum of fish and shellfish health, the functional roles of pathogen emergence and the impacts of nutrition and preventative medicine such as pre- and probiotics, as well as chemical treatments, relevant legislation and more.
The series of guides to combating fish parasite infections in aquaculture aims to assist fish farmers in the detection of parasites affecting the main European farmed species.
The present study on spawning and larval rearing of reef associated clownfish, Amphiprion clarkii was investigated under captive condition. The present findings have shown the prospective sign for captive breeding of a highly demanded aquarium fish using brackishwater, by removing the existing foremost technological snag of rearing them in running seawater.
This guide, produced by Nofima, Norway, includes a description of the reproductive cycle of sea urchins; the factors that cause variations in the size and quality of the gonad; methods for sampling sea urchin gonads; and a guide to reading the histology slides of sea urchin gonads in order to be able to classify them into the different stages of the reproductive cycle. In order to further assist with this process
This ENACA guide focuses on improving management practices for captive breeding and culture of semah and empurau (Tor tambroides and T. douronensis). The guide encompass broodstock management, artificial propagation and related husbandry activities.