Recent Submissions

  • Research breakthrough seen to curb shortage of 'poor man's fish' 

    Dianala, Rex Delsar B. (Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA), 2022)
    A scientific breakthrough at a research center in the Philippines might finally be the long-term solution to the perennial shortage of round scad (Decapterus spp.), known as the “poor man’s fish” in the country. In a ...
  • Efficacy of tilapia oral vaccine coupled with a nanocomposite biomaterial as carrier for vaccine delivery 

    Santos, Mary Nia; Rosel, Rodolph Charles N.; Pakingking, Rolando ORCID; Argayosa, Anacleto ORCID (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2021-12)
    Fish diseases have seriously threatened and hampered the aquaculture industry. Low stress yet effective mass vaccination strategies for disease control and prevention are needed for sustainable aquaculture. Fishvax, a ...
  • Aquaculture seeds and feeds at the core of AQD’s collaboration with the government of the Philippines 

    Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2021-12-15)
    For almost 50 years, SEAFDEC/AQD has been generating scientific information behind aquaculture technologies applied in Southeast Asia and other parts of the world. Since 2017, AQD and its host country, Philippines, have ...
  • Breeding marine aquarium animals: The anemonefish 

    Alava, Veronica R.; Gomes, Luiz A. O. (International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, 1989-07)
    A brief account is given of experiments undertaken regarding the breeding of anemonefish (Amphiprion), a species popular among marine aquarists. Findings indicate these fish to be good candidates for reproductive physiology ...
  • Oyster and mussel farming in Western Visayas, Philippines 

    Samonte, Giselle P. B. (International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, 1992)
    The slipper oyster (talaba) and the green mussel (tahong) are the only mollusc species farmed in the Philippines. They are farmed for their meat, and consumption is mainly for the domestic market. The Western Visayas region, ...
  • Economic assessment of shrimp (Penaeus monodon) hatchery industry in Panay Island, Philippines 

    Agbayani, Renato F. (International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, 1994-07)
    Results of the economic assessment of shrimp hatchery industry in Panay Island, Philippines are presented. In order to ensure continuous viability of hatcheries, the critical areas of concern are: financing of operating ...