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|Title: ||Five Decades in Witness of and Participation in Scientific Research and Industrial Development of Shrimp/Prawn Aquaculture in Taiwan|
|Authors: ||Liao, I C.;N. H. Chao;Leaño, E.M.|
|Issue Date: ||2017-11-23T02:20:07Z
|Publisher: ||Progress of Shrimp and Prawn Aquaculture in the World|
This chapter summarizes the achievement and milestones regarding propagation and cultivation of shrimp/prawn from 1962 to 2015, while the three coauthors continuously contribute their research and view to worldwide aquaculture as well as witness the expansion and impacts of the related industry. It includes important highlights from 167 published papers/reports/chapters, broadly covering the progresses and challenges in shrimp aquaculture including:
●Preference of food by Kuruma prawn and its feeding ecology;
●Classification of economically important prawn and related physiologic and ecological research;
●Presentation of prawn research to the Asian Fisheries Forum;
●Recommendation and proposal of prawn cultivation technology to the world;
●Research on prawn diseases;
●Stock enhancement and sea ranching of prawn;
●Tagging of prawn;
●Research on prawn biotechnology;
●Technology and infrastructure of prawn cultivation;
●Research on economics of prawn farming; and,
●Potential of giant freshwater prawn farming
The purposes of reviewing and introducing all these published papers are to systematically document historical events of shrimp/prawn-related research and development in the past, particularly in Taiwan, to help young generations of scientists and entrepreneur realize what they may achieve. This chapter hopefully will lead them to contribute to the innovation and effectiveness of a more responsible shrimp aquaculture development, appreciate the lessons and significant experiences learnt from the past.
|Appears in Collections:||[廖一久院士專區] 會議論文|
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