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Current fish disease problems in the Philippines and their economic impact
An account is given of fish disease problems facing the aquaculture industry in the Philippines. The Laguna de Bay fish kills that occurred in December 1985 and February 1986, involving epizootic ulcerative syndrome of ...
Development of broodstock for small-scale shrimp hatchery (with particular reference to Penaeus monodon)
- In Working Party on Small-Scale Shrimp/Prawn Hatcheries in Southeast Asia, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, 16-21 November 1981, 1982 - South China Sea Fisheries Development and Coordinating Programme
To be self-sufficient in spawner/larval supply, a small-scale Penaeus monodon hatchery should have the following: 1) broodstock tanks or pens depending on location and other factors; 2) pond sources of broodstock of ...
Studies on broodstock of sugpo Penaeus monodon Fabricius and other penaeids at the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department
- In Proceedings of the Symposium on Coastal Aquaculture held at Cochin from January 12 to 18, 1980. Part 1: Prawn Culture, 1982 - Cochin, India: The Marine Biological Association of India
For hatchery production of Penaeus monodon and other penaeid fry, the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department is dependent mainly on captive broodstock in the form of ablated females, using up to 1,500 spawners in one year. The ...
The environmental effects of aquaculture with emphasis on the intensive prawn farming in the Philippines.
- In P Koomsup (Ed.), Economic Development and the Environment in ASEAN Countries. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference of the Federation of ASEAN Economic Associations, 28-30 November 1991, Bangkok, Thailand, 1993 - The Economic Society of Thailand
Bacterial diseases of penaeid shrimps: an Asian view
- In M Shariff, JR Arthur & RP Subasinghe (Eds.), Diseases in Asian Aquaculture II : Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture, 25-29 October 1993, Phuket, Thailand, 1995 - Fish Health Section, Asian Fisheries Society
In the past 5 Yr, bacterial diseases have become limiting factors in penaeid culture systems, their effects becoming directly proportional to the growth of the industry in terms of severity and imoact. Although eight ...
Problems of diseases in prawn projects.
A major factor that influeces the success of production in the prawn industry is the occurrence of disease. Early stage of prawn in hatchery-nursery systems are subject to attacks of viruses, bacteria, fungi and protozoan ...
Formulated feeds for Penaeus monodon
- In Report of the Workshop on Shrimp and Finfish Feed Development, 25-29 October 1998, Johore Bahru, Malaysia, 1989 - ASEAN/UNDP/FAO Regional Small-Scale Coastal Fisheries Development Project
The paper discusses the food and feeding habits of Penaeus monodon , present knowledge of nutrient requirements and available formulation in the market including those developed at the Aquaculture Department, Southeast ...
Protein and dry matter digestibility of feedstuffs in complete diets for Penaeus monodon
- In Y Zhou, H Zhou, C Yao, Y Lu, F Hu, H Cui & F Din (Eds.), The Fourth Asian Fisheries Forum: Proceedings of the Fourth Asian Fisheries Forum, Beijing, 16-20 October 1995, 1997 - Asian Fisheries Society
The digestibilities of animal and plant protein sources were determined for P. monodon (30 ~ 40 g wet weight). Protein sources were incorporated in complete diets containing the indicator, chromic oxide at 1.8%. Casein, ...
Studies on the sources of luminescent Vibrio harveyi in Penaeus monodon hatcheries
- In M Shariff, RP Subasinghe & JR Arthur (Eds.), Diseases in Asian Aquaculture I. Proceedings of the First Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture, 26-29 November 1990, Bali, Indonesia, 1992 - Asian Fisheries Society, Fish Health Section
One of the major problems in the otherwise highly successful Penaeus monodon hatchery industry in the Philippines is the occurrence of luminescent bacterial disease due to Vibrio harveyi. The possible sources of the bacteria ...
Current status of prawn farming and prawn health management in the Philippines.
- In J Turnbull, P Chanrathchakool & IH MacRae (Eds.), Proceedings of the Southeast Asia Aquatic Disease Control Project (SEAADCP) Prawn Health Management Workshop, 10-20 January 1994, Bangkok, Thailand, 1994 - Aquatic Animal Health Research Institute