mariculture


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mariculture

[′mar·ə‚kəl·chər]
(agriculture)
The cultivation of marine organisms, plant and animal, for purposes of human consumption.
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Jeff Kinch and staff at the NFA Nago Island Mariculture and Research Facility for incountry support and for facilitating this research, and to Dr.
Virtually, mariculture in our country is lacking, beside that due to its high quality meat, Acanthopagrus berda is extremely popular with consumers as protein source of their food (Anonymous, 2012).
Mariculture is one of the most important protein food supplier and fastest growing food production sectors to the world population [1-4].
Integrated aquaculture: rationale, evolution and state of the art emphasizing seaweed biofiltration in modern mariculture.
The festival started two years after Balingasag Mariculture Park was opened in 2007.
Furthermore, a method for the economic analysis of mariculture investment is proposed.
Though it has been gaining global recognition and popularity in the last two decades, Mariculture has its own set of issues, mainly related to environmental complications such as change in the natural habitat due to cage culture, wastage accumulated during the processor genetic pollution, along with the transfer of parasites and other diseases, during the process.
1999) Ecological engineering in aquaculture: use of seaweeds for removing nutrients from intensive mariculture.
They were maintained in a green water system, by algal paste additions (Instant Algae Nanno 3600, Reed Mariculture, Campbell, CA, USA) in a concentration of 106 cells mL-1.
com)-- A new deep sand bed substrate, EcoReefDSB, is available from West Mariculture.
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