Tag Archive: hybrid vigor

Aug 16 2016

Applications of genetics in aquaculture (Updated 2016 version)

  This lecture has been delivered by Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal during August 2016 as a contribution to the “Fish Culture Development training course – Africa” which is annually organized by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA) with the support by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The introductory part of the lecture addressed …

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May 16 2014

Application of genetics in aquaculture and fishery practices (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. Even though the lecture focused on the application side …

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Nov 08 2013

Applications of genetics in aquaculture and fishery practices (Updated 2013 version)

This lecture was delivered in “Fish Culture Development” training course during October 2013. This 10-week international training course is annually hosted by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA). While the lecture started with an introductory component on genetics, the focus has been placed on breeding programs. The following sub-titles are addressed in the lecture: …

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Nov 03 2012

Culture of African catfish hybrid (Clarias sp.) in Thailand

Credit: Worawut Koedprang (Thailand) Description: Worawut Koedprang and Abdel Rahman El Gamal African catfish (Clarias sp.) is considered a key farmed species in Thailand. The hybrid catfish (Clarias macrocephalus – female X Clarias gariepinus – male) has been favored for aquaculture because of it high growth rate compared to parent species. While Clarias macrocephalus (left photo) is  native to Southeast …

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