aquaculture

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aquaculture

the manipulation of the reproduction, growth rates and mortality of aquatic organisms useful to mankind, to enhance their yield; the aquatic equivalent of AGRICULTURE.

aquaculture

cultivation and harvesting of plants and animals in water. Called also mariculture.
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Huey-Lang Yang is recognized for his excellent achievements in aquiculture and awarded for his outstanding contributions to the understanding of fish immunology, invention of oral vaccine technology and application to warm water fish aquaculture.
The world will need 40 million tonnes of additional fish by 2025, which will cause the people will need to develop aquiculture, Al Awfi stated.
As the material foundation of the modern animal husbandry and the aquiculture industry, the feed industry is directly related to the improvement of agriculture and people's living standard.
Yang has not only made breakthroughs in aquiculture and biotechnology industry and great contributions to ecology and human health, but also demonstrated his great creativity in producing DHA from microalgae, instead of fishes and marine animals.
Tianjin Agricultural College, awards undergraduate degrees in agronomy, biotechnology, environmental, horticulture, gardening, aquiculture, oceanic fishery science, technology, animal science, veterinary science, food science and engineering, economic management of agriculture and forestry, accounting, management of public affairs, international economy and trade, agricultural mechanism and autoimmunization, English, personnel management, computer science, technology, hydrology and engineering.
Huey-Lang Yang, the Director of Center of Bioscience and Biotechnology and Distinguished Professor at the Institute of Biotechnology at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), has been recognized for his excellent contribution to aquiculture and presented with the award - "2009 TWAS Prize in the Agricultural Sciences" from The Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS) supported by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on Oct.