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Abstract An assessment of the status of production and consumption of tilapia in five Asian countries was made to provide a baseline for the analysis of the potential benefits of the introduction of a new, improved strain of Nile tilapia. This paper provides a comparative analysis of the profile...
Abstract The determination of efficient production levels for tilapia growout operations, given the existing technology, is necessary to examine alternative options to increase productivity. If fanners are not making efficient use of existing technologies, improving their efficiency is usually...
Abstract With the recent availability of genetically improved Nile tilapia strain in the Philippines, it is important to look at the existing profile of tilapia hatchery operations in the country to help examine the potential strategies in the dissemination of the improved strain among hatchery...
Abstract An analysis of fish consumption patterns, and how they are likely to change as income and relative price changes, is required to assess the welfare impact of technological and policy changes in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors. This analysis is based on a matrix of price and income...
Abstract The International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM), in collaboration with its partner organizations, has developed an improved strain of Nile tilapia (known as the GIFT strain) which shows superior performance in terms of growth and survival in on‐station...
Abstract The International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) and its research partners have recently developed a genetically improved Nile tilapia strain. This paper analyzes the potential impact of culturing the improved tilapia strain in five Asian countries (Bangladesh,...
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