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Nutrition: Physiology and Requirements - continued
Friday, October 20, 2017  09:00 - 16:30  Elafiti 1
Chair: Marisol Izquierdo, Kristin Hamre
08:30 
Mrityunjoy Kunda
COMPARISON OF PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMICS BETWEEN MONO-SEX AND MIXED-SEX TILAPIA Oreochromis niloticus
08:50 
Yahia Mahmud
PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE OF GIFT STRAIN Oreochromis niloticus WITH MAGUR Clarias batrachus AND GULSHA Mystus cavasius IN SEMI-INTENSIVE CULTURE MANAGEMENT
09:10 
Meenakshi Menaga
GROWTH OF TILAPIA INDUSTRY IN INDIA
09:30 
Kevin Fitzsimmons
2017 - SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN TILAPIA MARKETS
10:40 
Adam Robisalmi
GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF THREE STRAINS TILAPIA IN BRACKISHWATER POND
11:00 
Woei Chang Liew
GENOMIC RESOURCES FOR GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF MOZAMBIQUE TILAPIA (Oreochromis mossambicus)
11:20 
Azhar Hamzah
GENETIC IMPROVEMENT TO INCREASE HARVEST BODY WEIGHT IN RED TILAPIA (Oreochromis spp)
11:40 
Oster Nwachi
Morphometric and Meristic Variation between GIFT TILAPIA, UPM Red Tilapia F2 Hybrid and Backcross (Bc1F2)
12:00 
Chinnaiah Amutha
Estrogen -Vitellogenin interactions on Oreochromis mossambicus due to Endocrine disrupting chemicals collected from various drainages in Vaigai River tributaries around Madurai, TN, India and its bioremediation through enzyme-nanoparticle conjugates.
13:50 
Wing-Keong Ng
DETERMINING THE NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY OF COMMERCIAL TILAPIA FUNCTIONAL FEEDS UNDER FARM AND LABORATORY CONDITIONS USING ACID-INSOLUBLE ASH AS A NATURAL INERT MARKER
14:30 
Laila M. Gallego
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF USING DUCKWEED AS TILAPIA-FEED INGREDIENT IN VARIOUS PROCESSING LEVELS
14:50 
Emilie Willems
Comparative efficacy of monocalcium phosphate and WINDMill® Aquaphos on the growth performance, phosphorus retention and digestibility in Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus
15:10 
Levy Loreto Manalac
COMPARISON OF A ZERO FISH MEAL FORMULATED FEED, A U.S. SOY-OPTIMIZED FORMULATED FEED WITH THREE PERCENT FISH MEAL AND COMMERCIAL FEED USING THE U.S. SOYBEAN EXPORT COUNCIL’S MARKETING PROGRAM’S LOW VOLUME, HIGH DENSITY CAGE AQUACULTURE TECHNOLOGIES WITH TILAPIA Oreochromis niloticus IN A COMMERCIAL PHILIPPINE TILAPIA CAGE FARM ON TAAL LAKE
16:00 
Nicholas Romano
PREGELATINIZED STARCHES IMPROVED PELLET CHARACTERISTICS AND THE GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF TILAPIA
16:20 
Alex Diana
TRIAL TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CAPLUS ME ON GROWTH, SURVIVAL & FOOD CONVERSION OF RED NILE TILAPIA, Oreochromis Niloticus, DURING SEX REVERSAL
16:40 
Priadi Setyawan
GROWTH AND FLESH QUALITY OF SRIKANDI STRAIN TILAPIA (Oreochromis niloticus x aureus) IN MARINE FLOATING CAGES
17:00 
M A. Kabir Chowdhury
IMPROVED PERFORMANCE OF TILAPIA FED COMMERCIALLY EXTRUDED DIETS SUPPLEMENTED WITH A PROTEASE COMPLEX IN BOTH FIELD AND LABORATORY CONDITIONS
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