Kentouri, "A computer-vision system and methodology for the analysis of fish behavior," Aquacultural
In particular, two occupations, farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse; and farmworkers, farm, ranch, and aquacultural
animals, dominated the agricultural sector with combined share of sector employment of nearly 56 percent.
Studies incorporating these three elements in the analysis of Chilean aquacultural
exports have not been carried out.
Thus, these data provide no support for the arguments (1-4) that implicate aquacultural
use of florfenicol or the subsequent occurrence of florfenicol-resistant P.
Aquaculture Magazine Aquacultural
Since the beginning the 1975, this species has increased in importance and has been the object of aquacultural
practices (Andrade 1981), not only in its natural range of distribution but also outside of it.
Yet the country has "tremendous agricultural and aquacultural
An EU spokesman said: "The objective is to look at how husbandry practice, aquacultural
systems and pre-slaughter conditions contribute to the flesh quality and ethical quality of seafood.
practices seek to find ways to domesticate the production of marine resources in order to increase yields without further depleting the wild marine resources--an eco-friendly way to get fish and seafood to market.
The farm holds a lot of promise--it has a self-contained water table, two dams to reserve stream water, agricultural and aquacultural
resources--but after years of neglect, it requires an overhaul
In response, a number of anti-dumping suits have been filed against foreign aquacultural
Fish are one of the fastest growing aquacultural