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PIT tagging in fish and other animals

Photo credit: Troutlodge (USA) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The “PIT tags” stands for “Passive Integrated Transponders”. A PIT tag is biologically inert small glass-encapsulated electronic microchip that varies in size, usually between 10 and 14 millimeters long (12.5 mm is standard) and about 2 millimeters in diameter. …

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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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Live fish handling (Updated 2014 version)

This lecture was delivered in the Fish Culture Development training course which started on April 2014. This course is organized by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture “EICA” and supported by Japan International Cooperation Agency “JICA”. The course hosts 16 African trainees from 11 African countries. The lecture focused on issues related to the handling …

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Live Fish Handling

This presentation covers a wide array of practices carried out in aquaculture. Even though the contents of this presentation are diversified, but they are interrelated. The main parts of this presentation are stocking- sampling- harvesting- grading- marking- Anesthesia and transportation. The presentation is furnished by numerous principals, examples and illustrations [important]Live Fish Handling (2011)[/important]

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