Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet

Fish and aquacultural science

This includes fisfarming,fish genetics, fish breeding, fish ecology and fish ethology. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants, to be used e.g. as food.


Det finns 203 sidor som är taggade med Fish and aquacultural science:

Germ-free Artemia test system, an in vivo toolbox for aquaculture and cross-disciplinary research

In a germ-free animal, nutritional (and other) processes can be studied without interference from the microorganisms commonly inhabiting the gut in a conventional environment. The extent to which

Policy brief:Marine and coastal fisheries

A new policy brief, Marine and coastal fisheries in a development context, is published in cooperation between SLU Global and SLU Aqua. SLU Global together with David Lymer and other researchers at

Enhancing the national breeding programs of Arctic charr and rainbow trout in Sweden with genotyping by sequencing

Arctic charr and rainbow trout are the two most important farmed species for Swedish Aquaculture and selective breeding is a key factor for the aquaculture production of these species. This project

LIVEFLY2fish -whole live black soldier fly in rainbow trout diets

In 2017, EU approved use of insects in fish feed. Wild salmonids and other fish naturally feed on insects throughout their lives. Feeding farmed fish with live insects could be environmentally

Feasibility and potential for farming and conditioning of wild fish fed with by-catches in Sweden

Today farming or conditioning of wild-caught fish is low in Sweden and Europe in general. There are however a number of advantages in farming of wild fish compared to wild catch, such as a better

Welfare, ethics and feeding for farming and conditioning of wild fish

Grow-out or conditioning of wild-caught fish in aquaculture can increase profitability of inshore fisheries, which currently suffer economic problems, with little negative side-effects on stock

Biostimulants in aqua wastes

Fish wastes contain the essential mineral nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) and natural biostimulants (BS) that are required for plant growth. However, its value as organic fertilizers (e.g. BS)

BSSC Eng

BSSC Eng

Interested in the Baltic Sea? Discover all about it at the Baltic Sea Science Center (BSSC) located at Skansen, Stockholm. SLU proudly contributes to the content of the exhibition gallery and

Policy brief:Marine and coastal fisheries

A new policy brief, Marine and coastal fisheries in a development context, is published in cooperation between SLU Global and SLU Aqua. SLU Global together with David Lymer and other researchers at

Interactions of cod and flounder

There is a major knowledge gap of the ecological interactions between the two commercially important species cod and flounder, both dwelling in benthic habitats in the Baltic Sea. The BENTHFISH

Ecosystems

Ecosystems

Environmental compensation in coastal areas ePIKE - Monitoring of pike with eDNA Research for better freshwater management Integrated Ecosystem Analyses Environmental compensation has potential

David Lymer

David Lymer

I am a limnologist with a background in international development cooperation and I am interested in research on global inland fisheries issues. These issues include the contribution fisheries make

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