Participation in Forum on August 8, 2011
Daniel, If you give me your email address, I can send you all the info you require.
Participation in Forum on July 13, 2011
If you can contact me directly I have more information about Vibrio Vaccines for the Orange-Spotted Grouper. firstname.lastname@example.org
Article published the January 12, 2011
A European system of immersion followed by injection vaccination is indicated as the strategy of choice in the control of this pathogen.Asian sea bass (Lates calcarifer), also known as barramundi, is becoming increasingly popular as a food fish in export markets such as the US and EU. As demand increases, more and more farms are appearing in the South East Asian region to supply these growing mark ...
Article published the November 29, 2010
The European model of using vaccination as a primary prophylactic tool was applied successfully to orange-spotted grouper juveniles. This demonstrates a new direction for health management in grouper culture in Asia.Asian aquaculture is characterised by an enormous diversity of species, with several dozen marine fish species being farmed. Consequently, more resources are needed to understand the b ...
Article published the October 9, 2009
World tilapia production has risen from 830,000 tonnes in 1990 to 1.6 million tonnes in 1999 and again to 2.5 million tonnes in 2005 (Josupeit, 2007). China is the world's largest producer of the tilapia, producing over one million tonnes in 2005, followed by Egypt (300,000 tonnes), Indonesia, Philippines (200,000 tonnes each) and Thailand (100,000 tonnes). By 2010, world tilapia production is exp ...
Article published the October 7, 2009
Changes in ideas and product utilisation can yield significant survival and growth benefits for fish larvae. Combining nutritional and health strategies in rotifers and Artemia nauplii enhanced fish larvae growth in trials in Thailand. Thailand has long been regarded as the pioneer in the rearing of larval marine fish in the South East Asian region, particularly with the Sea Bass, Lates calcarifer ...
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