Aquaculture development: Genetic resource management
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2008 - Business & Economics - 125 pages
This booklet provides guidance on broodstock management and domestication, genetic improvement programmes, dissemination programmes for genetically improved fish, economic considerations in genetic improvement programmes. The effective management of genetic resources, risk assessment and monitoring can help promote responsible aquaculture by increasing production output and efficiency, and help minimize adverse impacts on the environment.
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GENETIC IMPROVEMENT METHODOLOGIES
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