Aquaculture International

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Subject: Aquaculture International
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 1998 16:23:03 -0500 (EST)

Aquaculture International

http://www.chapmanhall.com/aq/default.html
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ISSN: 1357-5325

Aquaculture International is a subscription-based electronic version of
the print journal of the same title published by Chapman & Hall.

Aquaculture International is a quarterly journal devoted to publishing
original research papers in the English language on any subject relevant
to aquaculture. Short communications, technical notes and review papers
will also be accepted, as will book reviews.

The submission of papers is encouraged where the emphasis is placed on
aspects such as: The biology, physiology, pathology and genetics of
cultured fish, crustaceans, molluses and plants; The water quality of
supply systems, fluctuations in water quality within farms, and the
environmental impacts of aquacultural operations. Nutrition, feeding and
stocking practices, especially as they affect the health, behaviour,
appetite, conversion effeciency and growth rate of cultured species. The
development of economically sound sustainable production techniques.
Bioengineering studies focusing on important aspects of the design and
management of both offshore and land-based systems, as well as the
integration and application of improved scientific and engineering
technologies. The improvement of quality and marketing of farmed products.
Each article should include a clear statement of the practical
significance and implications of the results obtained, from original
research conducted or literature synthesized, in a way that can be readily
appreciated by commercial farmers. Recommendations should be made
whenever possible.

Recent Contents:

>From the editors desk: , PP. I-I

Effect of low temperature on feed intake, growth rate and body composition
of juvenile Baltic salmon: J. Koskela, J. Pirhonen, M. Jobling, PP.
0479-0488

Effect of different light regimes on the docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
content of Isochrysis aff. galbana (clone T-ISO): I. Tzovenis, N. De Pauw,
P. Sorgeloos, PP. 0489-0507

Effect of different dietary levels of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22:6w-3)
on the DHA composition of lipid classes in sea bass larvae eyes: J.C.
Navarro, L.A. McEvoy, M.V. Bell, F. Amat, F. Hontoria, J.R. Sargent, PP.
0509-0516

Application of soya phosphatidylcholine in tuna orbital oil enrichment
emulsions for Artemia: L.A. McEvoy, J.C. Navarro, F. Amat, J.R. Sargent,
PP. 0517-0526

Visual and chemical cues stimulate microdiet ingestion in sea bream
larvae: S. Kolkovski, A. Arieli, A. Tandler, PP. 0527-0536

Genetic variation in different varieties of Siamese fighting fish using
isoelectric focusing of sarcoplasmic proteins: Gideon Khoo, Eric Y.F. Loh,
Tit Meng Lim, Violet P.E. Phang, PP. 0537-0549

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