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Aquaculture and Fish Science in South America

Aquaculture and Fishery Science in South America - Virtual Special Issue

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Bioactive roles of carotenoids and retinoids in crustaceans
M.A. Liñán-Cabello, J. Paniagua-Michel, P.M. Hopkins
Aquaculture Nutrition

Community patterns generated by human harvesting on Chilean shores: A review
Carlos A. Moreno
Aquatic Conservation

White spot syndrome virus in cultured shrimp: A review
Jesús Genaro Sánchez-Martínez, Gabriel Aguirre-Guzmán, Humberto Mejía-Ruíz
Aquaculture Research

The behavioural dynamics of fishers: management implications
Silvia Salas, Daniel Gaertner
Fish and Fisheries

Reduction of a native fish fauna by alien species: an example from Brazilian freshwater tropical lakes
A. O. Latini, M. Petrere Jr
Fisheries Management and Ecology

Spatial correspondence between areas of concentration of Patagonian scallop (Zygochlamys patagonica) and frontal systems in the southwestern Atlantic
Eugenia Bogazzi, Ana Baldoni, Andrés Rivas
Fisheries Oceanography

Evaluation of salmon farming effects on marine systems in the inner seas of southern Chile: a large-scale mensurative experiment
D. Soto, F. Norambuena
Journal of Applied Ichthyology

The role of salinity in structuring the fish assemblages in a tropical estuary
M. Barletta, A. Barletta-Bergan, U. Saint-Paul, G. Hubold
Journal of Fish Biology

White spot syndrome virus infection in cultured Penaeus vannamei (Boone) in Ecuador with emphasis on histopathology and ultrastructure
J Rodríguez, B Bayot, Y Amano et al.
Journal of Fish Diseases

A profound effect of hyperthermia on survival of Litopenaeus vannamei juveniles infected with White spot Syndrome Virus
Oscar M. Vidal, Clarlssa B. Granjaan D Fernandaor Angur
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society

Use and exchange of salmonid genetic resources relevant for food and aquaculture
Igor I. Solar
Reviews in Aquaculture

Recent papers on aquaculture in South America

Recent papers about aquaculture and fishery science in South America

Use of macroalgae supplemented with probiotics in the Haliotis rufescens (Swainson, 1822) culture in Northern Chile
Fernando R Silva-Aciares, Paolo O Carvajal, Cristian A Mejías, Carlos E Riquelme
Aquaculture Research

Population structure of the migratory fish Prochilodus lineatus (Characiformes) from rio Grande basin (Brazil), an area fragmented by dams
Riviane Garcez, Daniela Calcagnotto, Lurdes Foresti De Almeida-Toledo
Aquatic Conservation

Vulnerability of pejerrey Odontesthes bonariensis populations to climate change in pampean lakes of Argentina
G. A. Kopprio, R. H. Freije, C. A. Strüssmann et al.
Journal of Fish Biology

Habitat use patterns of newly settled spotted seatrout in estuaries of the north-western Gulf of Mexico
T. A. Neahr, G. W. Stunz, T. J. Minello
Fisheries Management and Ecology

Related Special Issues

Aquaculture Research Special Issue on Latin AmericaIn view of the continued growth of research and development of aquaculture of native fish species in Latin America, an international steering group was established with the objective of organizing a meeting on this topic on a regular basis. The concept for this series of meetings and publications is the promotion and development of native species culture in order to minimize the introduction, distribution and transplantation of exotic species throughout and within the region. The conservation of biodiversity is also taken into account as an important objective.

Development of native species for aquaculture in Latin America II
Published in Aquaculture Research May 2011

Development of native species for aquaculture in Latin America
Published in Aquaculture Research, May 2008