Report of the round table discussion on the development of genetically improved strain of Macrobrachium, Freshwater Aquaculture Development Center, Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia 16-19 November 2003.

The Round Table Discussion on the Development of Genetically Improved Strain of Macrobrachuim is part of the Collaborative Research on Genetic Improvement and Seed Production of Macrobrachuim rosenbergii under the ASEAN-SEAFDEC Special Five-Year Program on Sustainable Fisheries for Food Security in the ASEAN Region: Aquaculture Component. The participating countries in the Collaborative Research are Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand.

This publication documents the outcome of the Round Table Discussion including the proposals submitted by the participating countries for implementation under the Collaborative Research.

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