ContributionsGenes Change...or, Concerns Over Genetic Sustainability. Genes change. This, of course, is the basis of evolution. And it often allows populations and species to persist when their environments change either abruptly or over time. Individual genes can change from one generation to the next through mutation. Relative frequencies of genes within a population can change due to any number of factors, from natural selection to population isolation to domestication pressures in an artificial setting. These genetic changes are often a cause for concern, especially when interactions between captive and wild populations of aquatic species are considered.
Company SpotlightNutrinsic is in the sustainable protein business. ProFloc™ is a high quality protein ingredient for use in animal and fish nutrition.
RTIReed Mariculture Inc. Instant Algae® Marine Microalgae Concentrates - So Easy to Use!. In the first installment of the RTI addition to this magazine, we introduced a number of products manufactured or distributed by Reed Mariculture, Inc. In this issue, we’ll show you just how easy it is to use these products.
Products to watchXperCount2 Optimize your operations by eliminating hand counts and improving production traceability. The concept is simple: each measurement taken with the XperCount2™ is instantaneously attributed to a tank or population before being stored in a custom
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The system that provided electricity at the lowest cost was a hybrid energy system that combined solar, wind and battery power with a diesel generator for backup.
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The governmentʼs planned VAT cut could reduce the price of fish by 15%, said MAHAL President István Németh.
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Eupharma's multidisciplinary teams — based in the UK and internationally in countries such as Norway, Canada and Chile — advise and assist their customers via a range of veterinary pharmaceuticals, vaccines and health management solutions and services.
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Seafood is a big part of humanity’s diet, and it’s been that way for a very long time. According to archaeological evidence, Homo sapiens mastered the art of fishing somewhere around 40,000 years ago — and we’ve been eating seafood ever since.
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App provides ‘accessible and fast biosecurity info,’ reporting system
Release of new aquaculture sites in Port Phillip and Western Port bays must be matched with onshore infrastructure: mussel farmerDate: 2017-04-19 23:45:36
The new sites are predicted to double the area available for mussel, oyster and abalone aquaculture in the two bays and will supply Melbourne’s restaurants and export markets.
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Hidden behind a church, local urban farmers and volunteers are making a big dent in Toledo's hunger problem.
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Large scale production of a single cell organism could reduce the need to use wild-caught fish and agricultural crops as the key protein ingredients in aquaculture feeds, according to a new study published in PEERJ today.
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Perpectives on Marine Aquaculture in California and the United States from Aquarium of the Pacific