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Rakocy, eds. Tilapia Aquaculture in the Americas, Vol. Future Trends of Tilapia Aquaculture in the Americas. Refereed journal articles: Bymers, L. Ecological Engineering 25 4 : McIntosh, D. Laboratory determination of a phosphorus leaching rate from trout Onchorhynchus mykiss feces. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. Ryder, E, Nelson, S.

Recent Advances and New Species in Aquaculture

Napolean Effect of water motion on the cultivation of the economic seaweed Gracilaria parvispora Rhodophyta on Molokai, Hawaii. Aquaculture Ryder, E. Review: Production of Gracilaria parvispora in two-phase polyculture systems in relation to nutrient requirements and uptake. Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency, Supplement Langdon, C.

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Effect of elevated CO2 on the community metabolism of an experimental coral reef. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17 1 : , doi Tilapia for biological control of Giant Salvinia. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management Characterization of effluent from an inland, low-salinity shrimp farm: what contribution could this water make if used for irrigation.

Aquacultural Engineering Tilapia production in the Americas: Technological advances, trends and challenges. Nelson, S. Use of an edible seaweed to improve effluent from shrimp farms.

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Journal of Phycology 37 3 Galindo-Bect, M. Fishery Bulletin 98 1 : Environmental Science and Policy Brown, J. Halophytes for the treatment of saline aquaculture effluent. Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation 12 2 Effects of reducing dietary lipid levels on growth of hybrid tilapia in an intensive recirculating water system. Progressive Fish Culturist Riley, J.

Halophyte irrigation: An overlooked strategy for management of membrane filtration concentrate. Desalination Moore, D. Akutakawa, M. Hatchery methods and early development of Gracilaria parvispora. Journal of Phycology 31 3 Conference Proceedings: In: Contreras-Sanchez, W. Tilapia Markets In: Memorias de la segunda reunion nacional de la red de tilapia. Instituto Nacional de la Pesca. Hermosillo, Sonora. Thien, Pham Cu, Yi, Y. Fitzsimmons Effects of adding shrimp Penaeus monodon into intensive culture ponds of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus at different densities.

In: Bolivar, R. New Dimensions in Farmed Tilapia. Proceedings of ISTA 6. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources. Manila, Philippines. Macdonald-Vera, A. Effect of stocking density of red hybrid tilapia Oreochromis sp. Yi, Y.

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Tilapia-shrimp polyculture in Thailand. King, C. Giant Salvinia Salvinia molesta as a partial feed for Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus. Development of new products and markets for the global tilapia trade. Stocking densities of Nile Tilapia in shrimp ponds under different feeding strategies. Stocking densities of Nile tilapia in tilapia-shrimp polyculture under fixed feeding regime.

Produccion y mercado internacional de tilapia. In: Memorias de la Reunion Nacional de Tilapia.

Instituto de la Pesca. Guadalajara, Mexico. Yang Yi, P. Nadtirom, V. Tansakul and K. Fitzsimmons, Current status of tilapia - shrimp polyculture in Thailand. Saelee W. Stocking densities of Nile tilapia in tilapia - shrimp polyculture at low salinity.

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International markets for tilapia products in and beyond. In: Di Gang, ed. China and international Tilapia markets. Qingdao, China. Tilapia markets in the Americas, and beyond. Simposia Centroamericano de Acuacultura. September Tegucigalpa, Honduras Ara and S. Abstract: Inter-specific hybrids have been produced to increase growth rate, improve productivity through hybrid vigor, transfer desirable traits, reduce unwanted reproduction through production of sterile fish, combine other valuable traits such as good flesh quality, disease resistance and increase environmental tolerances, better food conversion, take advantages of sexual dimorphism and increase harvesting rate in culture systems.

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Hybrids play a significant role for increase in aquaculture production of several species of freshwater and marine fishes; for example, hybrid catfish in Thailand, hybrid stripped bass in the USA, hybrid tilapia in Israel and hybrid characids in Venezuela. With the expansion of aquaculture sector and the increased number of species being bred and farmed, there are hybrids that now account for a substantial proportion of national aquaculture production and other hybrids may be emerging through further development.

As the domestication of fish species increases, the possibilities to increase production through appropriate hybridization techniques is ongoing with a view to produce new hybrid fishes, especially in culture systems where sterile fish may be preferred because of the concern that fish may escape into the open freshwater, marine and coastal environment. Chromosome-set manipulation polyploidization has been combined with hybridization to increase the viability and to improve developmental stability of hybrid fishes.

Intentional or accidental hybridization can lead to unexpected and undesirable results in hybrid progeny, such as reduced viability and growth performances, loss of color pattern and flesh quality and also raises risks to maintenance of genetic integrity of species if the hybrids escape to the natural habitat and undergo backcrosses with the parental species. The success of inter-specific hybridization can be variable and depend on the genetic structure, crossing patterns, gamete compatibility and gene flow patterns of the parental species.

Appropriate knowledge on the genetic constitution of the broodstock, proper broodstock management and monitoring of the viability and fertility of the progeny of brood fishes is thus very crucial before initiating hybridization experiments. In addition, some non-generic factors such as weather conditions, culture systems, seasons and stresses associated with selecting, collecting, handling, breeding and rearing of broodstock and progeny may greatly influence hybridization success in a wide variety of freshwater and marine fin fishes.

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