PROJECT NUMBER • 1978-025
The three experiments conducted to spawn and grow C. Gigas were only partly successful, with total mortality of larvae occuring in 14 days: spawning and larvae growth to this period being successful on each occasion. Further experiments in an attempt to determine the reason for failure using the...
Cameron of Tasmania Pty Ltd
PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-759
Australian prawn aquaculture production is based predominantly on P. monodon farming, with larger sized prawns attract premium prices in the local market. Females grow significantly larger than males, and hence, a technology to develop all-female monosex populations would offer competitive advantage...
University of the Sunshine Coast (USC)
PROJECT NUMBER • 1979-034
A FINAL REPORT TO THE FISHING INDUSTRY RESEARCH COMMITTEE ON THE RECRUITMENT INTO COMMERCIAL STOCKS OF THE SAUCER SCALLOP Amusium japonlcum ballot!
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct