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Principles of Aquaculture by Robert R. Stickney
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The original textbook "Principles of Warmwater Aquaculture", published in 1979, has been considerably revised and expanded to include coldwater and mid-range species with a focus on animals. This text emphasizes commercial food production, the rearing of sportfish, ornamental species, the production of plants for stocking, and fee fishing. The economics, production and developmental problems of aquaculture are also considered.

Table of Contents

Economics. Water Sources and Systems. Nonconservative Aspects of Water Quality. Conservative Aspects of Water Quality and Physical Aspects of the Culture Environment. Feeds, Nutrition, and Growth. Reproduction, Selective Breeding, and Genetics. Disease, Predation, and Cannibalism. Harvesting, Hauling, and Processing. Appendices. Index.
Release date NZ
March 4th, 1994
Country of Publication
United States
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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