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Farm of the Future: Rearing Bluefin the New Way - Part Two
This article is the second in a two-part series about Japan's Kinki University Fisheries Laboratory. The first article looked at the history of the facility...
Farm of the Future: Rearing Bluefin the New Way
The Fisheries Laboratory of Kinki University in Japan has found a possible way to address the problem of declining tuna stocks by cultivating completely...
The Potential of Asian Carp as a Raw Material for Fish Meal Production
The native range of Silver Carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix and Bighead Carp H. nobilis, collectively referred to as bigheaded carp or Asian carp, includes...
How to Farm Sole
This guide from the FAO Cultured Aquatic Species Information Programme provides information on farming sole (S. solea, S. senegalensis)....
Size-Selective Harvesting Effects Key Life-History Traits
Size-selective harvesting causes changes in key life-history traits, according to an experimental study with size-selectively harvested zebrafish that...
Catch-and-Release Strategy Could Change Fish Evolution
The practice of catch-and-release in recreational fishing may be permanently changing fish populations, a study from the University of Connecticut shows....
Mate Competition Weeds out GM Fish from Population
Purdue University research has discovered that wild-type zebrafish consistently beat out genetically modified Glofish in competition for female mates,...
Reduced Photoperiod Associated with Increased Early Male Maturation in Atlantic Salmon
Salmon raised in a reduced photoperiod environment of 18 hours light are more likely to show undesirable early maturation than those raised under 24 hour...





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