Success Factors for Fish Larval Production
A comprehensive and authoritative synthesis on the successful production of fish larvae
Success Factors for Fish Larval Production is a vital resource that includes the most current understanding of larval biology, in the context of larval production. The text covers topics such as how external (environmental and nutritional) and internal (molecular/ developmental/ physiological/ behavioral/ genetic) factors interact in defining the phenotype and quality of fish larvae and juveniles. The expert contributors review broodstock genetics and husbandry, water quality, larval nutrition and feeding, growth physiology, health, metamorphosis, underlying molecular mechanisms, including epigenetics, for development, larval behavior and environmental conditions. Compiled by members of a European Union-funded consortium of top researchers, Success Factors for Fish Larval Production provides a wide-range of authoritative information for the aquaculture industry and academia.
In addition to a wealth of information, the authors review research and commercially applicable larval quality indicators and predictors. The successful production of good-quality fish larvae is of vital importance for fish farming and stock enhancement of wild fisheries:
Success Factors for Fish Larval Production offers fish biologists, developmental biologists, physiologists and zoologists the most current and reliable information on the topic. All those working in fish aquaculture facilities and hatcheries in particular will find great interest to their commercial operations within this book.
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Future Research Strategies for Studies in Feeding Behaviour and Digestive
What Determines Growth Potential and Juvenile Quality of Farmed Fish
Pathogens and Challenge Models
Steering Larval Microbial Communities to the Benefit of the Host
Consequences on Reproduction
Quality Descriptors and Predictors in Farmed Marine Fish Larvae
k Biomarkers of Bone Resorption
Microbiology and Immunology of Fish Larvae