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Category: A.A. EL GAMAL

Items under ownership of Abdel Rahman El Gamal, PhD

Applications of genetics in aquaculture (principles – selection and hybridization – sex reversal – advanced breeding technologies) – Updated 2015

This lecture was delivered during August, 2015 in the Fish Culture Development training course- Africa that is being organized by the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture (EICA) with the support of JICA. The lecture starts with principles of genetics and breeding focusing on those related to breeding programs. Qualitative and quantitative traits are covered. The …

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Live fish handling (2015 version)

This lecture addresses key elements in aquaculture practices which are namely: stocking, sampling & harvesting, grading, marking, anesthesia and transportation. This updated version focused more on issues which has been found important based on feedbacks. The lecture has been delivered during the “Fish Culture Development – Africa”, August (2015). [gview file=”http://fishconsult.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Live-Fish-Handling-2015.pdf”]  

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Development and outlook of Egyptian aquaculture (2015)

This presentation updates and analizes the developing of Egyptian aquaculture based on the latest statistics on 2013. The analysis highlights the decline in tilapia production and possible causes for that. The African as well as the global perspectives are addressed in this presentation. Aquaculture systems, fish trade, processing, fish feed and more of related topics are …

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Prior stocking stress tests for the whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei)

This 2-slide bite addresses a quality control procedures which are commonly used prior to the stocking of whiteleg shrimp post larvae in grow-out ponds. The rationality of the tests as well as the common ones are included. [gview file=”http://fishconsult.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Stress-tests-for-the-postlarvae-of-whiteleg-shrimp.pdf”]

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Performance of the video channel – April 2015

Dear Friends, Here is the performance of the video channel as received from Google analytic. I am pleased to know that 200 videos have been accessed last month (April) with a significant time. I feel lucky to get a wealth of videos from friends from all-over the world. I sincerely hope you find something useful …

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Visits to the website during 2015 – Thank you

Dear Friends I decided to share with you the analysis by Google on April 2015. Thanks for your visits. I hope whatever I bring in is useful. I am pleased to see the steadily increase in the geographical countries. If you wish to subscribe, you will be notified with new posts. Thank you Best regards …

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Freshwater aquaculture of rainbow trout in Denmark

Photo credit:Gurgen Khanamirian (Armenia) Review: Gurgen Khanamirianand Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) The inserted picture was taken in an intensive rainbow trout freshwater farm located in Central Jutland (Denmark). Fish production in this given farm amounts 100-110 kg/m3. The following review provides some background information on the development of trout culture in Denmark. …

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Jellyfish processing and export in SriLanka

Photo credit:Tim Huntington (UK) Technical review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)           This jellyfish resource remains un-utilized for many years until an emerging demand on jellyfish showed up and led to a significant activity in SriLanka within a relatively short time. In order to meet the increasing demand, …

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Peaceful angelfish may fight sometimes – Video

This video has been filmed during December 2014 in the Sea World, San Diego, California, USA. Before going over the biological information, I was surprised to see how these peaceful fish –as their name tells- can fight. In fact, angelfish are generally peaceful especially when not mating but they under certain conditions such as overcrowding, …

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Oil trapping and swim bladder inflation of marine fish

Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The inserted picture was taken in a marine hatchery in Italy in which gilthead seabream and European seabass are reproduced. The simple devices shown on the water surface of the tank are skimmers which trap oil originating from rotifers being fed an enrichment diet. …

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