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by John F. Wickins,Daniel O'C. Lee,Daniel O'C Lee
- ISBN: 0632054646
- Category: Math & Science
- Author: John F. Wickins,Daniel O'C. Lee,Daniel O'C Lee
- Subcategory: Biological Sciences
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 2 edition (April 15, 2002)
- Pages: 480 pages
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Crustacean Farming: Ranching and Culture. John F. Wickins, Daniel O'C. Lee, Daniel O'C Lee.
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Request PDF On Feb 1, 2003, J F Wickins and others published Crustacean Farming, Ranching and . The culture temperature range for this species is 26-33°C ( Wickins and Lee, 2008), and it can endure salinities of . to 45 ppt ( Lester and Pante, 1992).
The culture temperature range for this species is 26-33°C ( Wickins and Lee, 2008), and it can endure salinities of . Adverse temperature, salinity, and dissolved oxygen concentration are environmental stressors known to suppress crustacean immune responses. The production potential will be impaired when the water temperature falls outside the optimum range for significant periods (Wickins and Lee, 2008).
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Crustacean Farming investigates all cultivated crustaceans of commercial significance and examines the criteria by which both . Crustacean Farming covers: Bloodstock acquisition and management. The operation of hatcheries.
Crustacean Farming investigates all cultivated crustaceans of commercial significance and examines the criteria by which both the feasibility and desirability of farming proposals are assessed. Nurseries and on-growing units. Key aspects of processing and marketing.
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The second edition of an extremely well-received book,Crustacean Farming, deals with all cultivated crustaceans ofcommercial significance, shrimp, prawns, crayfish, lobsters, crabs,and spiny lobsters, and examines the criteria by which both thefeasibility and desirability of farming proposals are assessed. Thecharacteristics and production methods of farmed and candidatecrustacean species are described in sufficient detail to enableareas of profitable involvement to be distinguished form otheropportunities presenting only very high risks and possibilities forserious loss. Coverage extends right from broodstock acquisitionand management through to the operation of hatcheries, nurseriesand on-growing units to key aspects of processing and marketing.New to this second edition are ranching and re-stocking operationstogether with the culture of ornamental shrimp and smallcrustaceans used as live food in fish and shellfish hatcheries. Thesections on crustacean diseases, genetics and nutrition have beenextended in the light of recent research advances.
Examples of investment and operating costs of the differentculture options are compared and an analysis of current trends inworld crustacean markets is presented to assist in economic andfinancial appraisal.
Special consideration is given to the place of crustaceanfarming within the economics of developing nations in relation tosocial and environmental impact in order to promote awareness ofthe wider implications of global developments.
The consequences of recent research and technical developmentsare considered, together with concerns over genetic and animalwelfare issues. Specific areas where further advances in technologyare needed to improve the reliability or productivity of farmingsystems are highlighted. This important book is a vital tool andreference work for all those involved with crustacean farmingworldwide.