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What determines growth potential and quality of farmed european fish species? a review

Sammendrag

LARVANET is a COST Action including researchers and producers working with fish larvae. The Action intends to integrate knowledge obtained in national and European research projects, as well as practical experience, in order to improve quality of fish larvae used in aquaculture. The subject of this literature review is fish ontogeny and its impact on larval and juvenile viability and quality. It focuses on fundamental biological knowledge relevant to larval phenotype and quality and in particular, on the development of white muscle and factors that may affect it. It also discusses the available methodologies to assess growth and larvae/juvenile quality, and identifies gaps in knowledge and further research directions.

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Vitenskapelig foredrag

Oppdragsgiver

  • Research Council of Norway (RCN) / 190350

Språk

Engelsk

Forfatter(e)

  • Luisa Valente
  • Katerina Moutou
  • Luis Conceicao
  • Trina Galloway
  • Jorge Fernandes
  • Ian A. Johnston

Institusjon(er)

  • Ukjent
  • Panepistimion Thesalias
  • Portugal
  • SINTEF Ocean
  • Nord universitet
  • University of St. Andrews

Presentert på

Aquaculture Europe 2010

Sted

Porto, Portugal

Dato

05.10.2010 - 08.10.2010

År

2010

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