CABI, 2006 - 277 pages
Tilapia culture is currently practised in 95 countries all over the world and the number is expected to increase. This book discusses in detail the principles and practices of tilapia culture in the world. It covers all the vital issues of farmed tilapia including: the biology, environmental requirements, semi-intensive culture, intensive culture systems, feed and feeding, reproduction and breeding, spawning and larval rearing, stress and diseases, harvesting and marketing and the role of tilapia culture in rural development. It also highlights and presents the experiences of leading countries in tilapia culture.
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2 Basic Biology and Ecology
3 Environmental Requirements
4 Semiintensive Culture
5 Intensive Culture
6 Nutrition and Feeding
7 Reproduction and Seed Production
8 Stress and Diseases
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