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Aquaculture of Grey Mullets

Aquaculture of Grey Mullets

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Part of International Biological Programme Synthesis Series

J. M. Thomson, L. Zismann, J. P. Quignard, H. Farrugio, J. Brusle, M. N. Knutty, C. E. Nash, R. M. Konigsberger, M. Ben-Yami, E. Grofit, I. -C. Liao, S. Sarig, I. Paperna, R. M. Overstreet
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  • Date Published: June 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521279390

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  • Grey mullets are extremely important fish which are cultured or farmed in many countries, especially in the Mediterranean and South-East Asia. Mullets can be fed on a variety of food; this flexibility of feeding, together with the wide salinity of temperature tolerance, make these fish particularly suitable for agriculture. This 1981 volume considers all the aspects of these important food fish which are of relevance to their culture. After a discussion of the taxonomy and means of identification, both of adult fish and fry, the various authors consider reproduction, growth and feeding. The latter part of the book is about capture and artificial propagation, in fresh and brackish conditions. The final chapter is concerned with the relevant diseases and parasites of mullets (Mugilidae).

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    • Date Published: June 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521279390
    • length: 530 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 30 mm
    • weight: 0.77kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Foreword
    1. The taxonomy of grey mullets J. M. Thomson
    2. Means of identification of grey mullet fry for culture L. Zismann
    3. FAO identification sheets
    4. Sexuality and growth of grey mullet J. P. Quignard and H. Farrugio
    5. Food and feeding in grey mullet J. Brusle
    6. Energy metabolism of mullets M. N. Knutty
    7. Artificial propagation C. E. Nash and R. M. Konigsberger
    8. Methods of capture of grey mullets M. Ben-Yami and E. Grofit
    9. Handling, transportation and stocking of fry M. Ben-Yami
    10. Cultivation methods I. -C. Liao
    11. The Mugilidae in polyculture in fresh and brackish water fishponds S. Sarig
    12. Parasites and diseases of mullets (Mugilidae) I. Paperna and R. M. Overstreet
    Species index
    Subject index.

  • Editor

    O. H. Oren

    Contributors

    J. M. Thomson, L. Zismann, J. P. Quignard, H. Farrugio, J. Brusle, M. N. Knutty, C. E. Nash, R. M. Konigsberger, M. Ben-Yami, E. Grofit, I. -C. Liao, S. Sarig, I. Paperna, R. M. Overstreet

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