Int. J. Fish. Aquac. - DEC 2014 - Bacterial population in intensive tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) culture pond sediment in Hai Duong province, Vietnam. AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - AOUT 2015 - Monitoring of metals in Tilapia nilotica tissues, bottom sediments and water from Nworie River and Oguta Lake in Imo State, Nigeria. Fish Shellfish Immunol. 2015 Aug;45(2):592-7. Research findings from the use of probiotics in tilapia aquaculture: A review.
Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2015 Feb;112:132-6. Accumulation and toxic effects of microcystin in tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) from an eutrophic Brazilian lagoon. AFRICAN JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE - DEC 2013 - Microbial, biochemical and sensorial quality assessment of Algerian farmed tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) stored at 4 and 30°C. MBIO - AVRIL 2016 - Characterization of a Novel Orthomyxo-like Virus Causing Mass Die-Offs of Tilapia.
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DAHD_NIC_IN - 2012 - Guidelines for responsible farming of Tilapia in India. GLOBEFISH - mai 2015 - Tilapia markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. Sub-Saharan Africa presents a solid marketing opportunity for tilapia producers, processers and traders, particularly in view of the dwindling nature of traditional sources of fish, population growth, and rising incomes.
However, it is important to first understand the business environment and challenges in the region. Regional context Sub-Saharan Africa, a region comprising forty-eight countries south of the Sahara Desert, is the world’s second fastest growing economic region, topped only by emerging Asia. Economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is on the rise, from 4.7 percent in 2013 to a forecasted 5.2 percent in 2015.
This performance is boosted by rising investment in natural resources and infrastructure; and strong household spending according to the World Bank. The population of Sub-Saharan Africa was some 900 million inhabitants in 2014 and with the current growth rate, the United Nations predicts a population of nearly 2.1 billion by year 2050 for this region. Food Policy Volume 51, February 2015, Pages 131–143 Characterisation of production, marketing and consumption patterns of farmed tilapia in the Nile Delta of Egypt.
Open Access Highlights Production, marketing and consumption patterns of tilapia in Egypt were characterised.
Production constraints were feed prices, water quality and availability and land rent. The farmed tilapia value chain was short with little value adding. Article1385742394_Dergal%20et%20al. GLOBAL AQUACULTURE ADVOCATE - MAI/JUIN 2014 - Water Quality In Tilapia Transport From Farm To Retail. CSUS_EDU - SPRING 2014 - Nutritional characteristics of earthworms for Tilapia. FISHSITE 23/07/13 Improving Quality Tilapia Seed Production for Bangladesh's Sustainable Aquaculture Development. News Improving Quality Tilapia Seed Production for Bangladesh's Sustainable Aquaculture Development 23 July 2013 ANALYSIS - Bangladesh is one of the top freshwater aquaculture producers in the world, but it is currently facing problems over its tilapia seed quality.
In order to solve the problem and help aquaculture in the country develop sustainably, a new Worldfish project hopes to provide farmers with better quality tilapia breeds and seeds (fry), writes Lucy Towers, TheFishSite Editor. Over the past eleven years, there has been huge growth in tilapia farming in the country. Presently, there are about 400 tilapia seed production hatcheries and these hatcheries are producing about 3.5-4.0 billions of monosex/mixedsex seeds every year to support tilapia farming at over 6000 commercial farms in Bangladesh.
Although there is good growth, there are still problems around seed production. FAO - Tilapia du Nil - Oreochromis niloticus. FAO - On-farm feed management practices for Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in the Philippines. Vet Parasitol. 2013 Nov 15;198(1-2):230-4. Fish-borne trematodes in cultured Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and wild-caught fish from Thailand. Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology 5(10): 1260-1265, 2013 Microbiological and Chemical Changes of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) Fillet during Ice Storage: Effect of Age and Sex. Pesq. agropec. bras. vol.48 no.8 Brasília Aug. 2013 Shelf life and sensory assessment of tilapia quenelle during frozen storage. Shelf life and sensory assessment of tilapia quenelle during frozen storage Vida útil e avaliação sensorial de quenelle de tilápia durante o armazenamento em freezer Maria Fernanda Calil AngeliniI; Juliana Antunes GalvãoI; Amanda de Freitas VieiraI; Luciana Kimie Savay-da-SilvaI; Ligianne Din ShirahigueII; Ingridy Simone Ribeiro CabralII; Regina Célia Della ModestaIII; Cláudio Rosa GalloI; Marília OettererI.
Campinas, v. 15, n. 2, p. 166-173, abr./jun. 2012 The sensory acceptability of a tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) mechanically separated meat-based spread. Journal of Ecology and the Natural Environment - OCT 2013 - Invasion of the Mozambique tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus (Pisces: Cichlidae; Peters, 1852) in the Yamuna river, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Rev. Bras. Parasitol. Vet. vol.22 no.2 Jaboticabal Apr./June 2013 Paratrichodina africana (Ciliophora: Trichodinidae) of wild and cultured Nile tilapia in the Northern Brazil. African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 12(36), pp. 5496-5502, 4 September, 2013 Male tilapia production techniques: A mini-review. GAALLIANCE - MAI 2014 - Europe’s First Tilapia Farm Earns BAP Certification. R.H.
Ward (Welton) Ltd.’s tilapia farm, The Fish Company, in the United Kingdom is Europe’s first tilapia farm to attain Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification, the Global Aquaculture Alliance announced at Seafood Expo Global in Brussels, Belgium, on May 6. It’s also the United Kingdom’s first aquaculture farm to achieve the distinction. Located in Welton Cliff, Lincolnshire, the farm, which has been in operation since 2007, earned BAP certification in April. The tilapia are reared in a centrally heated recirculating system inside in a custom-built 1080-square-meter facility heated by a waste-wood biomass boiler and partially powered by a 45-kilowatt solar photovoltaic array. Currently, the company produces approximately 50 tons of tilapia annually but hopes to reach a full production capacity of approximately 100 tons in the near future. ONLINE JOURNAL OF ANIMAL AND FEED RESEARCH - 2012 - OCCURRENCE OF SALMONELLA SPP FROM FRESH FISH (Tilapia Nilotica Linn) USING I.
NEWS MEDICAL 08/07/08 Farm-raised tilapia fish contains potentially dangerous fatty acid combination. The researchers say the combination could be a potentially dangerous food source for some patients with heart disease, arthritis, asthma and other allergic and auto-immune diseases that are particularly vulnerable to an 'exaggerated inflammatory response.' Inflammation is known to cause damage to blood vessels, the heart, lung and joint tissues, skin, and the digestive tract.
"In the United States, tilapia has shown the biggest gains in popularity among seafood, and this trend is expected to continue as consumption is projected to increase from 1.5 million tons in 2003 to 2.5 million tons by 2010," write the Wake Forest researchers in an article published this month in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. They say their research revealed that farm-raised tilapia, as well as farmed catfish, "have several fatty acid characteristics that would generally be considered by the scientific community as detrimental. " Marine Resource Economics - 2008 - Competition Between Imported Tilapia and US Catfish in the US Market. WIKIPEDIA ANGLOPHONE – Tilapia. Global harvest of tilapia in million tonnes as reported by the FAO, 1950–2009 History The Tomb of Nakht, 1500 BC, contains a tilapia hieroglyph just above the head of the central figure.
Tilapia were one of the three main types of fish caught in Biblical times from the Sea of Galilee. At that time they were called musht, or commonly now even "St. Peter's fish". Characteristics Tilapia typically have laterally compressed, deep bodies. Other than their temperature sensitivity, tilapia exist in or can adapt to a very wide range of conditions. Species Exotic and invasive species Tilapia are unable to survive in temperate climates because they require warm water. Aquarium species Larger tilapia species are generally poor community aquarium fish because they eat plants, dig up the bottom, and fight with other fish. Campinas, v. 15, n. 2, p. 166-173, abr./jun. 2012The sensory acceptability of a tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) mechanically sep. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, - 2013 - Bioavailability of heavy metals in fresh water Tilapia nilotica (Oreachrom.
SCVMJ, XVI (2) 2011 Impact of some endocrine disrupting organophosphrous insecticides on Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Mundo da Saúde, São Paulo - 2014;38(1):9-15 Effect of mixture of diazinon and benzo[a]pyrene in Glutathione S-transferase of Nile tilapia.