4 edition of The Biological basis of freshwater fish production found in the catalog.
The Biological basis of freshwater fish production
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Shelby D. Gerking.|
|Contributions||Gerking, Shelby Delos, 1918- ed., International Biological Programme. Sectional Committee on Productivity of Freshwater Communities., University of Reading.|
|LC Classifications||QL615 .B5 1966b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 495 p.|
|Number of Pages||495|
|LC Control Number||68069532|
relatively small space. Indoor fish farming in tanks may revolutionize fish production in the same way that confinement systems altered the pork and poultry farming industries. This is an excellent alternative to open pond culture where low densities (extensive culture) of fish are reared free in large ponds and are subject to losses from diseases. Presently, the country ranks second in the world in total fish production with an annual fish production of about million metric tonnes. As the second largest country in aquaculture production, the share of inland fisheries and aquaculture has gone up from 46 percent in the s to over 85 percent in recent years in total fish production.
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changes in severely affected fish were studied. Laguna Lake, where fish catch and aquaculture production contribute significantly to the country’s total freshwater fish production, has been the focus of extensive ecological research in collaboration with . This book addresses the growing needs in deciphering the biological processes associated with fish reproduction, in view of the growth of aquaculture and the dwindling natural stocks of commercially important fish. It presents a comprehensive overview on egg production in fish.
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Get this from a library. The Biological basis of freshwater fish production; a symposium. [Shelby Delos Gerking; International Biological Programme.
Sectional Committee on Productivity of Freshwater Communities.; University of Reading.;]. Get this from a library.
The Biological basis of freshwater fish production: a symposium sponsored by Sectional Committee on Productivity of Freshwater Communities of the International Biological Programme, the University, Reading, England, September.
[Shelby Delos Gerking; International Biological Programme. GERKING, S. [ED.]. The Biological Basis of Freshwater Fish Production.
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The two fishing techniques most likely to pose such a threat are small-meshed beach seines and demersal pair trawls. At present, almost nothing is known of the biological basis.
Freshwater fish are one of the most diverse groups of vertebrates, but are also amongst the most threatened. With contributions from leaders in the field, this is the first assessment of the global state of freshwater fish diversity, synthesising the opportunities, challenges and barriers facing the conservation of freshwater fish s: 3.
In: Gerking, S.D., Ed., The Biological Basis for Freshwater Fish Production, Blackwell, Oxford, has been cited by the following article: TITLE: A theoretical analysis of the growth process of an organism and its dependence on various allometric relations.
A fishery is an area with an associated fish or aquatic population which is harvested for its commercial or recreational value. Fisheries can be wild or farmed.
Population dynamics describes the ways in which a given population grows and shrinks over time, as controlled by birth, death, and migration. It is the basis for understanding changing fishery patterns and issues such as habitat.
Ecology of Freshwater Fish publishes original contributions on all aspects of fish ecology in freshwater environments, including lakes, reservoirs, rivers, and streams. Manuscripts involving ecologically-oriented studies of behaviour, conservation, development, genetics, life history, physiology, and host-parasite interactions are welcomed.
The Fish Oocyte: From Basic Studies to Biotechnological Applications. by Patrick J. Babin, Joan Cerdà, Esther Lubzens August This book addresses the growing needs in deciphering the biological processes associated with fish reproduction, in view of the growth of aquaculture and the dwindling natural stocks of commercially important fish.
Sectional Committee on Productivity of Freshwater Communities. Title(s): The Biological basis of freshwater fish production; a symposium sponsored by Sectional Committee on Productivity of Freshwater Communities of the International Biological Programme, the University, Reading, England, September Edited by Shelby D.
Gerking. Freshwater Fisheries Ecology is truly a landmark publication, containing contributions from over leading experts and supported by the Fisheries Society of the British Isles.
The global approach makes this book essential reading for fish biologists, fisheries scientists and ecologists and upper level students in these disciplines. Abstract. Any large land mass combining within its boundaries a considerable range of topographic systems of a size commensurate with its area can be assumed to be a suitable region in which to appraise the processes tending to increase and the opposing ones tending to.
Structural and functional peculiarities of freshwater Ecosystems 8. Consequences of anthropogenic impacts 9. Biological properties of freshwater bodies for life-support systems Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary Animals and plants inhabiting rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands create the biological properties of fresh waters.
This book addresses the growing needs in deciphering the biological processes associated with fish reproduction, in view of the growth of aquaculture and the dwindling natural stocks of commercially important fish.
It presents a comprehensive overview on egg production in fish, from the standpoint of the oocyte. With this view in mind, the book includes chapters on oocyte development.
Examination of trends in freshwater fish faunas from different parts of the world indicate that most faunas are in serious decline and in need of immediate protection.
Species most likely to be threatened with immediate extinction are either specialized for life in large rivers or are endemic species with very small distributions.
Of that number, more t species are found in freshwater ecosystems, which occupy less than 1 percent of the Earthâ s surface and contain only percent of plant and animal species. But, on a hectare-for-hectare basis, freshwater ecosystems are richer in species than more extensive terrestrial and marine s: 1.
John C. Avise, in Sketches of Nature, Freshwater fishes occupy environments that are highly partitioned or structured (into disjunct lakes or river basins). The abstracts in this chapter begin with a comparison of allozyme variation in blind troglobitic forms versus full-eyed epigean populations of a Mexican tetra fish (Astyanax mexicanus), and they conclude with a recent examination.
Stocking on volume instead of an area basis would be more meaningful. Phased-stocking of carp fingerlings in keeping with water level experimented with at the Freshwater Fish Culture Division of CIFRI has shown trends of increased fish production (Chakrabarty, et al., b).
Experience of fish culturists in China and Japan has shown that fish.Fish, the member of the Animalia Kingdom is classified into Phylum Chordata and Vertebrata Subphylum. Fishes poses notochord, tubular nerve chord, paired gills, segmentation of the body parts, post anal tail, ventral heart, and an endoskeleton to be the member of the Chordata.
In order to be a vertebrate, it poses backbone.Recent studies have increasingly demonstrated the widespread existence of spatio-temporal variations in the abundance and distribution of species of freshwater fishes, previously assumed not to move between habitats.
These movements are often on a seasonal or ontogenetic basis, for spawning, feeding and refuge, and in many cases are fundamental for the successful completion of lifecycles.