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    From drawing board to dining table: the success story of the GIFT project

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    This article describes the Genetic Improvement of Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) project, which involved the development of methods for genetic enhancement of tropical finfish using Nile tilapia as a test species, and describes the impacts of the project on the adoption of these methods for other species and the dissemination of improved breeds in several countries in Asia and the Pacific. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2004.
    Author
    M. V. Gupta; B. O. Acosta
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/naga27-3n4/pdf/article01.pdf
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    Future for fish in the food and livelihoods of the poor in Asia

    Description
    This article describes the Fish Supply and Demand in Asia project which profiled key technologies in aquaculture and fisheries; analysed policies, the institutional environment and the support services to assess policy options; drew a socioeconomic profile of major stakeholders in the sectors; analysed projections for fish supply and demand in Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam; and formulated action plans based on the findings. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2004.
    Author
    M. Briones; M. M. Dey; M. Ahmed
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/na_2321.pdf
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    Genetic diversity in wild stocks of the giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii): implications for aquaculture and conservation

    Description
    This article discusses the potential use of wild stocks of giant freshwater prawns as a method of improving the genetics of culture stocks and studies the extent and patterns of genetic diversity in wild giant freshwater prawn stocks to assist decisions about the direction of future breeding programs. This article was originally published in Naga, the quarterly magazine of The WorldFish Center, in 2003.
    Author
    P. B. Mather; M. de Bruyn
    Publisher
    The WorldFish Center
    http://www.worldfishcenter.org/Naga/naga26-4/pdf/naga-26-4-article1.pdf

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