Report of the third round table discussion on the development of genetically improved strain of Macrobrachium, Bangkok, Thailand 3-4 December 2005
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In order to continue assessing the progress and status of the activities in the participating countries, the Third Roundtable Discussion was held in Bangkok, Thailand from 3 to 4 December 2005 in order to: 1) assess the progress of activities under the collaborative project; 2) identify problems and concerns; 3) evaluate technologies through the collaborative project; and 4) recommend future course of action for the collaborative project under the second phase of the Special Five-Year Program.
Sulit, V. T., Aldon, E. T., & SEAFDEC/AQD. (2006). Report of the third round table discussion on the development of genetically improved strain of Macrobrachium, Bangkok, Thailand 3-4 December 2005. Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
Selective breeding; Prawn culture; Morphometry; Collections; Identification; Growth; Aquaculture; Length-weight relationships; Genetics; Allozymes; Reproduction; Freshwater prawns and shrimps; Macrobrachium rosenbergii; Macrobrachium; Indonesia; Thailand; Philippines; Macrobrachium equidens; Macrobrachium mamillodactylus; Macrobrachium latidactylus; Crossbreeding
40 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
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