Genetic manipulations in aquaculture: a review of stock improvement by classical and modern technologies

@article{Hulata2001GeneticMI,
  title={Genetic manipulations in aquaculture: a review of stock improvement by classical and modern technologies},
  author={Gideon Hulata},
  journal={Genetica},
  year={2001},
  volume={111},
  pages={155-173}
}
The aim of this review was to highlight the extent to which the genetic technologies are implemented by the aquaculture industry. The review shows that some of the modern genetic technologies are already extensively applied by the diverse aquaculture industries, though not to the same extent for all important aquacultured species (according to FAO 1998 figures). Some species (common carp, Atlantic salmon, rainbow trout, channel catfish, Nile tilapia, and the Pacific oyster) received… CONTINUE READING

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