Recent Advances in Marine Biotechnology : Aquaculture-Fishes (Recent Advances in Marine Biotechnology, 4) Vol. 4
From Book News, Inc. Highlights recent advances in the field of aquaculture of fishes. Coverage includes genetic evaluation of stock of aquaculture of Red Sea bream by DNA markers, application and biotechnology to enhance growth of salmonids and other fish, potential application of recombinant hormones and growth factors in fish culture, and the molecular genetics of transgenic fish. Other subjects are the application of gene manipulation to aquaculture, evolution of endocrine growth regulation, and gene transfer in marine finfish and shell fish. The editors teach in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology at Tulane University.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Synopsis This volume, along with Part A "Seaweeds and Invertebrates", presents information that can be used to facilitate the aquaculture of a wide variety of food species. Possible solutions as to how to control the life cycles of important food organisms are included.
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