Nursery culturing of bivalve molluscs
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Nursery culturing of bivalve molluscs proceedings of the International Workshop on Nursery Culturing of Bivalve Molluscs, Ghent, Belgium, 24-26 February 1981 by International Workshop on Nursery Culturing of Bivalve Molluscs (1981 Ghent)

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Published by European Mariculture Society in Bredene .
Written in English


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StatementC. Claus, N. de Pauw and E. Jaspers, editors.
SeriesSpecial publication / European Mariculture Society -- no.7
ContributionsClaus, C., Pauw, N. de., Jaspers, E.
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Open LibraryOL14201724M

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Trends in nursery rearing of bivalve molluscs. In the last decade various technologies for nursery culturing, indoors as well as outdoors, have been developed at different places, ranging from suspended culture in the open sea to controlled onshore culture in upwelling cylinders. This paper reviews the different systems developed until now. Abstract Towards the end of the nineteenth century reliable techniques for culturing bivalves were developed. This chapter discusses basic aspects of bivalve culture and focuses on a number of key. Elizabeth Gosling has written a landmark book that will stand for many years as the standard work on the subject. Chapters in Marine Bivalve Molluscs cover morphology, ecology, feeding, reproduction, settlement and recruitment, growth, physiology, fisheries, aquaculture, genetics, diseases and parasites, and public health issues.   Aquacultural Engineering 2 () Onshore Nursery Rearing of Bivalve Molluscs in Belgium Christine Claus, Henk Maeckelberghe and Niels de Pauw Laboratory for Mariculture, State University of Ghent, J. Plateaustr B Ghent, Belgium ABSTRACT From October through April the growth of spat of Ostrea edulis, Crasso- strea gigas and Venerupis semidecussata in an onshore nursery .

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