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    • Application of DNA-based markers in stock enhancement programs 

      Romana-Eguia, Maria Rowena R. (Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2006)
      Aquaculture and fisheries management require tools for identifying individuals or groups of aquatic organisms for the purpose of monitoring performance (growth, survival and behavior) and stock structure. In aquaculture ...
    • Philippine Aquatic Wildlife Rescue and Response Manual Series: Marine Turtles 

      Alava, Moonyeen Nida; Aquino, Ma. Theresa; Borja, Renato; Cruz, Renato; de Leon, Josefina; Doyola-Solis, Ellen Flor; Javillonar, Joyce; Obligar-Soriano, Ma. Vivian; Palma, Jose Angelito; Ramoso, Nilo Jr.; Sabater, Edna; Salinas, Rizza Araceli; Torres, Daniel; Trono, Romeo; Viloria, Angelita; Yaptinchay, A. A. (Marine Wild Fauna Watch of the Philippines, Inc., 2014)
      This manual addresses the lack of information materials on how to deal with marine turtle encounters in the Philippine seas to ensure that the proper treatment and intervention is provided. The manual also responds to the ...
    • The sea turtles captured by coastal fisheries in the northeastern Sulu Sea, Philippines: Documentation, care, and release 

      Bagarinao, Teodora U. (Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 2011)
      This paper presents the first substantive data on sea turtles in the northeastern Sulu Sea. Working with fishers and government, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC FishWorld) documented 109 juvenile ...
    • A simple method of tagging prawns 

      Rodriguez, Luis M. (Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1977)
      The recognition of individual animals is crucial to many aspects of research. Prawns (Penaeus monodon) present unique difficulties in this respect since they molt regularly. Thus, almost all tagging and marking methods ...
    • A simple method of tagging prawns 

      Rodriguez, Luis M. (University of the Philippines, 1976)
      The recognition of individual animals is crucial to many aspects of research. Prawns present unique difficulties in this respect since they molt regularly. Thus almost all tagging and marking methods developed for prawns ...
    • The use of a Visual Implant tag to monitor the reproductive performance of individual milkfish Chanos chanos Forsskal 

      Emata, Arnil C.; Marte, C. L. (Blackwell Publishing, 1992)
      Nine-year old milkfish (3.8 kg., average body weight) were individually marked with Visible Implant (VI) tags to monitor their reproductive performance following hormonal induction. All tags were retained after one year; ...