Production of Aquatic Animals: Fishes
World Animal Science Series
- C. E. Nash, Rolling Bay, WA, USA
- A. J. Novotny, Seattle, WA, USA
- Published: March 1995
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-81950-5
Excellent review of global fish culture.
For all instances dealing with the support of aquaculture, technical, biological and economical, the book is certainly a must.
...should find widespread use as a reference for those needing a summary of the culture procedures used in rearing a variety of fish species.
The Progressive Fish-Culturist, 1996
...it should have a place in any library that has an interest not only in fish and/or fish culture but in any form of animal production.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 1995
Table of ContentsIntroduction to the Production of Fishes (C.E. Nash).
The global status of aquaculture. The changing purposes of aquaculture. Aquatic species under culture. Continuing advances in aquaculture technology. Growing issues between aquaculture and the environment. The decade ahead.
The Major Carps and Other Cyprinids (R. Billard).
Background. Production technologies and practices. Handling and post-harvest technology.
The Indian Major Carps (M.C. Nandeesha).
Status of Indian Carp culture in various countries. Seed production techniques. Larval rearing. Grow-out systems.
The Catfishes (N.C. Parker, C.E. Nash).
Ictalurids. Clarids and Chrysichthids. Pangasids. Silurids.
The Sturgeons (A. RÃ³nyai, L. VÃ¡radi).
General characteristics of the Sturgeons. Breeding and production technologies. Processing and marketing.
The River Eels (L.T.n. Heinsbroek, A. Kamstra).
History of Eel culture. Production technology and practices. Processing, marketing and economics. Problems, research and future prospects.
The Tilapias (D. Mires).
The main species in culture and their genetic resources. Aquaculture world production. Environmental physiology of Tilapias. Managerial characteristics of Tilapia culture. Production standards. Production technology. Nursing. The culture of sexually mature fish. Grow-out. Marketing. Production plans.
The Colossomids (L. Lovshin).
Background. Culture. Processing and marketing.
Production of Striped Bass and other North American Sports Fishes (J.H. Kerby, C.E. Nash).
The Moronids. Production of Centrarchids. Production of Pereids. Production of Esocids. Production of Baitfish.
Production of the Salmonoids (A.J. Novotny, C.E. Nash).
A brief history of Salmonoid production. Artificial propagation of Salmonoids in freshwater. Grow-out practices in freshwater, and production. Grow-out in salt water, and production. Economics of production and associated research. The markets for Salmonoid products. The future of Salmonoid production.
The Milkfish ( C.-S. Lee).
Sources of fry. Culture methods. Production. Future prospects.
The Mullets (D. Crosetti, S. Cataudelle).
Production. Artificial propagation.
The Sea Bass (G. BarnabÃ©).
Background. Production technology and practices. Marketing and economics.
The Sea Breams (S. Cataudella, D. Crosetti, G. Marino).
The Red Sea Bream (Pagrus major). Other Sea Breams. The Gilthead Sea Bream (Sparus auratus). Other Mediterranean Sparids.
The Groupers (C-m. Kuo).
Seed production. Induction of sex reversal. Spawning. Larval rearing. Culture practices.
The Marine Drums (R.R. Vega, C.E. McCarty, W.P. Rutledge).
Background. Culture practices. Development needs.
The Marine Flatfishes (A. Jones, B. Howell).
History of Flatfish farming. Commercial developments. Other promising species. Future perspectives.
The Rabbitfishes (M.N. Duray, J.V. Juario).
Economically important Siganid species. Culture. Pond culture. Natural food production. Stocking practices and water management. Cage culture.
Cultivation of the Atlantic Cod (M. Jobling, T. Pedersen).
Recent developments in propagation. On-growing Cod for the market. Options for farm production.
The Oceanic Pelagic Fishes (C.E. Nash).
The Carangids. The Coryphaenids. The Scombroids. Summary.
The Production of Line-Food Organisms for fishes (G.D. Treece).
Microalgae. Zooplankton. Artemia