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Aquaculture (source)
Wohlfarth, G.W., Agricultural Research Organization, Fish and Aquaculture Research Station, Dor, Israel
It is with great pleasure that I open this workshop on fish genetics with a review of the genetics of warm water species. My discussion follows a format similar to that used by my colleague, Rom Moav, in a paper, "Genetic Improvement in Aquaculture Industry", presented at the 1976 FAO conference in Kyoto, Japan (Moav, 1979). His paper dealt with a number of genetic methods and their application to the major fish species grown in aquaculture at that time. I have attempted to summarize the currently available knowledge along these lines (Table I). It is immediately obvious that there are a lot of empty spaces in this table. Some of these are due to a lack of knowledge, but others may be a result of much of our work being concentrated on classical rather than more sophisticated breeding techniques. One of the aims of the workshop is to emphasize recent achievements and to discuss future research so that we will fill in some of these empty spaces. © 1983.
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Genetics of fish: Applications to warm water fishes
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Wohlfarth, G.W., Agricultural Research Organization, Fish and Aquaculture Research Station, Dor, Israel
Genetics of fish: Applications to warm water fishes
It is with great pleasure that I open this workshop on fish genetics with a review of the genetics of warm water species. My discussion follows a format similar to that used by my colleague, Rom Moav, in a paper, "Genetic Improvement in Aquaculture Industry", presented at the 1976 FAO conference in Kyoto, Japan (Moav, 1979). His paper dealt with a number of genetic methods and their application to the major fish species grown in aquaculture at that time. I have attempted to summarize the currently available knowledge along these lines (Table I). It is immediately obvious that there are a lot of empty spaces in this table. Some of these are due to a lack of knowledge, but others may be a result of much of our work being concentrated on classical rather than more sophisticated breeding techniques. One of the aims of the workshop is to emphasize recent achievements and to discuss future research so that we will fill in some of these empty spaces. © 1983.
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