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PRELIMINARY STUDY ON AQUATIC SNAIL SPECIES OF BULINUS GLOBOSUS (MORELET, 1866) FROM NANKUMBA PENINSULA, CAPE MACLEAR ISLAND, SOUTH-EAST ARM OF LAKE MALAWI

By: Dr Vaitheeswaran Thiruvengadam Lecturer , Department of Aquaculture, DMI St.John the Baptist University, Mangochi Campus, Republic of Malawi, Central Africa Introduction Malawi have unique and rich biodiversity fauna and flora and different ecosystems which are attibuted to its diversified environment, loams and topograph, hitherto little is known of their …

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FOR CERTIFICATION AND BEST PRACTICES IN AFRICAN AQUACULTURE

By: Dr Mustapha ABA, Aquaculture Researcher Morocco. The global supply of fish for human consumption is becoming increasingly important through global aquaculture production, which has grown significantly and will expand significantly over the next decade to meet the growing demand for seafood. The sector is expected to contribute more effectively …

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FOR THE INCLUSION OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN MARINE AQUACULTURE, AND FOR A LEVER FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BLUE ECONOMY IN MOROCCO, NADA IS ORGANIZING A FORUM IN DAKHLA.

The National Agency for the Development of Aquaculture (NADA) organized, on November 13, 2019, in Dakhla, Morocco, the first Forum of aquaculture companies, under the theme: « Marine aquaculture, a lever for the development of the blue economy ». This major event is being organized at the right time as 256 new …

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PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF FINFISH AND SHELLFISH POISON

By : Dr Vaitheeswaran Thiruvengadam Lecturer, Department of Aquaculture, DMI St. John the Baptist University, Mangochi Campus, Republic of Malawi, Central Africa. Pavitraa V, II Year, B.Tech., Biotechnoloy, , SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India Akila Priya M, Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Mathematics, Cauvery College of Engineering     Technology, …

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DIVERSIFICATION OF AFRICAN AQUACULTURE SPECIES A TOOL FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND HUMAN HEALTH: THE CASE OF OYSTERS

By: Dr. Mustapha ABA, Aquaculture Researcher. Morocco. In a state of overexploitation of marine resources, aquaculture appears as an alternative to obtain quality animal proteins, both for human consumption and for the restoration of aquatic ecosystems. This practice has been implemented, not to replace traditional fishing, but to supplement it …

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Is Shellfish Healthy? Here’s What the Experts Say

With all the talk about the disease-fighting, life-extending superpowers of the Mediterranean diet, a lot of people are trying to cram more seafood into their meals. But while there are endless articles extolling the healthful glories of fatty, omega-3-rich fish like salmon and mackerel, there’s not much talk about shellfish—or …

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