2 edition of Periphyton-based aquaculture and its potential in rural development found in the catalog.
Periphyton-based aquaculture and its potential in rural development
Chiefly with reference to Bangladesh.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 55-58).
|Statement||[P. Keshavanath & M.A. Wahab, editors].|
|Contributions||Keshavanath, P., Wahab, M. A., Asian Fisheries Society. Indian Branch.|
|LC Classifications||SH117.B3 P47 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2004326122|
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The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the tourism market size and forecast its development as an economic activity. Diversification of economic activities in rural areas can be considered an appropriate option or partial global level and conditions in rural areas, which requires knowledge of the area development stage, structure and capacity agritourism market. Periphyton-based pond culture 52 Supplemental Feeding 53 Rationale 53 Tilapia and Rural Development in Latin America and the Caribbean Closing Remarks It seems highly fitting that a truly comprehensive book on tilapia culture should be authored by a scientist.
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Karim, S. Haque, and G. C howhan, in Periphyton based aquaculture and its potential in rural development. Summery of an EC-INCO fu nded workshop, eds. Keshavanath and M. P. Keshavanath, M.A. Wahab (Eds.), Periphyton-Based Aquaculture and its Potential in Rural Development, Summary of an EC-INCO-DC Funded Workshop.
Ahsania Mission, Dhaka, Bangladesh () Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. Periphyton is composed of attached plant andanimal organisms embedded in amucopolysaccharide matrix. This reviewsummarizes research on periphyton-based fishproduction and on periphyton productivity andingestion by fish, and explores the potentialof developing periphyton-based ant systems with periphyton arebrush Cited by: Periphyton based aquaculture (PBA) is a new innovative pond management strategy and was proposed as a suitable technique to increase fish production in rural.
The production and growth of 4 indigenous fish species (Labeo rohita, Catla catla, Labeo calbasu and Labeo gonius) was evaluated under single species and polyculture conditions. The periphyton production rate was around g of ash-free dry matter/m2/day.
Considering the total periphyton substrate area in the pond, this rate can support an estimated fish production of Cited by: Periphyton growing on artificial substrates can increase the production of herbivorous fish in aquaculture ponds.
Periphyton may be an alternative or. Aquaculture, managed responsibly, has the potential to supply global demand for food fish and support livelihoods in rural communities (FAO a; Subasinghe et al.
Aquaculture is resource-intensive (land and water) and the large-scale operators have had greater access to these resources than small-scale farmers (Lewis ; Slater et. Periphyton-based Aquaculture and its Potential in Rural Development.
Summary of an EC INCO-DC Funded Workshop, Ahsania Mission, Dhaka, Bangladesh, January, Summary of an EC INCO-DC Funded Workshop, Ahsania. Azim ME () The potential of periphyton-based aquaculture production systems.
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This publication, based on 23 FCC-EMPRES information sheets published on a monthly basis by the FCC Intelligence and Coordination Unit of the FAO Agriculture and Consumer Protection Department, showcases some of the best practices currently in use. The result of this experiment indicates that the best growth performance of pacu was in monoculture with feeding.
In polyculture the best growth performance of pacu was obtained with feeding alone followed by periphyton based system. The present study concluded that pacu is a promising candidate species in freshwater aquaculture.
Two experiments (I and II) each under three different salinity levels (10, 15 and 20 ppt) were conducted to investigate the effects of addition of milkfish and substrate for periphyton development and its nutitional quality. Efforts were also made to investigate the hydrobiological parameters and growth of milkfish.
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Diversity and similarity of algal communities from upland rice-fish environment: A case study, International Journal of Ecology and Development 14 No. F (ix) and (d). Potentiality of Periphyton-based Aquaculture Technology in Rice-fish Environment, Journal of Scientific Research 1 (3), suring that aquaculture development is pro-poor and sustainable.
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Aquaculture can, however, cause unwanted societal effects when it produces boom and bust cycles or otherwise collapses, for example, due to disease outbreaks, food safety recalls, or natural disasters.
Equally rapid commercial aquaculture development can impact more traditional societies by, for example, leading to increased levels of debt. Periphyton-based aquaculture ponds.
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