An Impact Evaluation of the Development of Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia: And Their Dissemination in Selected Countries
Operations Evaluation Department, Asian Development Bank, 2005 - Nature - 124 pages
Through coordination with other international development partners, including the United Nations Development Program, this report assesses a host of issues surrounding the introduction and successes of genetically improved farmed tilapia in several Asian nations. The institutional, socioeconomic, and environmental impact of genetically altered fish are all considered in the study's conclusions.
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AKVAFORSK Aquaculture Genetics Research aquaculture production Asian Development Bank Bangladesh BFAR biodiversity blue tilapia broodstock carp Chitralada CLSU common carp contributed countries cryopreserved DEGITA development and dissemination development of GIFT Dissemination and Evaluation dissemination of GIFT Evaluation of Genetically farmed fish fingerlings Fish Genetics fish seed Fisheries footnote freshwater aquaculture gene banks genetically improved farmed Genetically Improved Tilapia Genetics in Aquaculture Genomar ASA germplasm GFII GIFT and GIFT-derived GIFT seed GIFT strain GIFT-derived strains harvest hybrids ICLARM impacts improved farmed tilapia Improved Tilapia Species Improvement of Farmed increasing Institute for Aquaculture International Network Luzon Manila million national tilapia breeding Network on Genetics NFFTC Nile tilapia strains niloticus on-farm Oreochromis niloticus Penang Philippines polyculture private hatcheries public-private partnerships region Research and Development Research Institute selective breeding Species in Asia Technology Thailand tilapia breeding programs tilapia farming tilapia hatcheries Tilapia in Aquaculture tilapia seed production UNDP Viet WorldFish Center