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Contributions Genes 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.

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  • Extru-Tech Hires Renowned Aquaculture Specialist

    Date: 2017-01-19 11:15:46

    A graduate of the University of Utah, Nelson originally planned to attend law school. Instead, he ended up joining his family in the feed mill business. 

  • Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems: Aquaculture Design Capabilities

    Date: 2017-01-19 10:52:15

    The result is a set of construction specifications that detail a system’s components, how they relate and work with one another, and any additional integration and coordination information, such as how the system will fit inside a specific building.  

  • Amberjack project seeks to diversify Spanish aquaculture

    Date: 2017-01-19 10:40:02

    The project is funded through the Research Grants of the National Aquaculture Plans 2016, granted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), and has an approved budget of almost EUR 800,000.

  • CSIC researchers confirm Manila clam’s origin

    Date: 2017-01-17 11:35:37

    The results of this study, published in the journal Scientific Report, are a first step to improve the management of natural banks and industrial breeding, given that "it is of great interest to know whether all the populations currently living on the European coasts come from the original introduction or if there have been additional introductions," Saavedra explained.

  • EU study examines seafood consumption habits

    Date: 2017-01-17 11:17:25

    This study, which looked into retailers' strategies and national campaigns promoting seafood consumption, notes the growing importance of farmed seafood products in the EU market.

  • International Team Helping Tanzania Double Fish Production Through Aquaculture

    Date: 2017-01-17 11:12:31

    Tilapia species from a broad range of ecosystems - including lakes, river systems, reservoirs and fish ponds across the country - will form the focus of the research.

  • New Shrimp Farm to Open in Iowa

    Date: 2017-01-11 12:10:02

    Run by Iowa Shrimp Farms, the farm will start raising hundreds of thousands of shrimp next month, reports KCRG.com.

  • Relocating The Aquaculture Supply Chain

    Date: 2017-01-11 11:41:15

    Barramundi may be waiting in the wings, but these land-farming practices could also work for the ever-popular salmon. 

  • More aquaculture encouraged for Town Cove in Orleans

    Date: 2017-01-11 11:26:19

    The letter was authored by Sia Karplus, of Sciencewares which is in charge of the Lonnie's project, but is being sent on behalf of the town's shellfish working group.

  • Aquaculture project brings steelhead trout to NH

    Date: 2017-01-10 11:50:23

    The full grown fish that are caught go to market where they are offered at retail for around $16.00 a pound. 

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