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|Other titles||CRC handbook of culture of abalone and other marine gastropods.|
|Statement||editor, Kirk O. Hahn.|
|Contributions||Hahn, Kirk O.|
|LC Classifications||SH371.5 .H36 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||348 p. :|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||88025046|
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M Hahn, K.O. (ed.), CRC handbook of culture of abalone and other marine gastropods. Vol. 1. Biology of abalone. Boca Raton, Florida, CRC Press, p. CRC handbook of culture of abalone and other marine gastropods. Vol. 2. Boca Raton, Florida, CRC Press, p. Cymatium muricinum and other ranellid gastropods: major. The encyclopedia looks at all forms of life, from nematodes to human beings, in signed articles. The set covers a wide range of scientific and social science issues, making it a useful resource for learning about purely scientific concepts as well as issues concerning human effects on the environment.
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The CRC Handbook of Culture of Abalone and Other Marine Gastropods provides basic techniques and detailed information on the biology of abalone, tropical top shell, queen conch, and other gastropods. It supplies information and data on the culture, reproduction, nutrition, and economics of gastropods currently being : Kirk O.
Hahn. Commercially important species of abalone (Haliotis sp.) and their methods of aquaculture in various countries are described.
The book includes chapters on induction of gonadal maturation and spawning, and fertilization. The culture, including reproduction of the tropical top shell (Trochus niloticus) and queen conch (Strombus gigas) is also considered. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: CRC handbook of culture of abalone and other marine gastropods.
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Howard,CRC Press edition, in English Handbook of culture of abalone and other marine gastropods ( edition) | Pages: In: Handbook of Culture of Abalone and Other Marine Gastropods, CRC Press, Boca Raton, has been cited by the following article: TITLE: First steps on technological and genetic improvement of European abalone (Haliotis tuberculata) based on investigations in full-sib families.
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Description: This book provides basic techniques and current detailed information on the biology of abalone, tropical top shell or queen conch, and other supplies important ecological and biological information on 22 species and evaluates reseeding for use as fishery enhancement and aquaculture.
Pāua is the Māori name given to three species of large edible sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs which belong to the family Haliotidae (in which there is only one genus, Haliotis), known in the United States and Australia as abalone, and in the United Kingdom as ormer shells.
Pāua or paua has entered English through common use in the New Zealand English dialect, and is. Abstract. Many marine invertebrates, including bivalves (clams, oysters, mussels, cockles), gastropods (abalone, Trochus) and crustaceans (prawns, crabs, lobster), are being cultivated for food around the success and expansion of these shellfish aquaculture industries depend upon the economical production of a marketable product, in many cases a species’ life Cited by: 6.
CITED REFERENCES Abbott, I.A. and G.J. Hollenberg. Marine Algae of California. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA. Allen, L.G. File Size: KB. CRC Handbook of Culture of Abalone and Other Marine Gastropods by Kirk Hahn Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries: Scallops Biology, Ecology and Aquaculture by Sandra E.
Shumway Discovering the Mysterious Ammonites by Neal L. Larson. Introductions of marine bivalve molluscs into the United kingdom for commercial culture - case histories. In: C. Sindermann, B. Steinmetz and W. Hershberger (eds), Introductions and transfers of aquatic species, Symposium held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, JuneICES, Marine Science Symposium, vol.
p. Wada, K.T., A sustainable integrated system for culture of fish, seaweed and abalone CRC Handbook of Culture of Abalone and Other Marine Gastropods.
CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. Book. Culture of Abalone and Other Marine Gastropods, K.O. Hahn Abalone, hatchery and seed production trials in Oman. Handbook of Culture of Abalone. and. Abalone cultivation methods used at the California Department of Fish and Game’s marine resources laboratory.
In: K. Hahn, K.O. (ed.) Handbook of Culture of Abalone and Other Marine Gastropods. CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL. The Japanese abalone Haliotis discus hannai (Ino ) has been cultivated in Chile, in quarantined seawater systems on land.
Although of high commercial value, the high cultivation costs involved in tank culture, have led to plans to culture this species in cages located in the water column over soft sediment substrate in the by: 6. Part of the Developments in Applied Phycology book series (DAPH, volume 1) Abstract.
The Hahn KO () Nutrition and growth of abalone. In Hahn KO (ed), Handbook of Culture of Abalone and Other Marine Gastropods. Florida, pp. –Cited by: Contaminated marine sediments.
Assessment and renediation. Committee on contaminated marine sediments. /Washington. Using oil spill dispersants on the sea. National Research council. /Washington. Opportunities to improve marine forecasting.
National Academy Prees. /Washington. Figure 1: Translocation activities managed by this protocol in relation to the abalone aquaculture industry. Background. Abalone (genus Haliotis) are highly prized marine gastropods some species of which are endemic to southern e are defined in the Fisheries Act to mean blacklip (H.
rubra) and greenlip (H. laevigata) and include all other species, forms, races and. Growth studies were conducted to determine the suitability of animal and plant protein sources in the diet of abalone, Haliotis le abalone with mean initial weight and shell length of ± g and ± mm, respectively, were fed practical diets for 84 days at a temperature range of 28–31 ° by:.
About this book. Biology and Ecology of Edible Marine Gastropod Molluscs focuses exclusively on sea snails or gastropods, which are popular food items and occupy an important role as commercial shell craft industry. Familiar examples include conchs (highly sought after due to their mild flavor) as well as escargot, abalone, and periwinkle snails.Handbook of culture of abalone and other marine gastropods / editor, Kirk O.
Hahn. SH H36 The oysters of Locmariaquer / With drawings by Leonid."Abalone disease has severely impacted wild abalone stocks in California (e.g., foot withering syndrome), however it is unknown if the causative agent (a rickettsia-like organism that infects the epithelium of the digestive tract) or other parasites reported in California (e.g., kidney coccidia) occur in northern abalone in B.C.".