FRESHWATER FISH CULTURE IN CHINA: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICEAuthor: Edited By S. Li , Department of Aquaculture, Shanghai Fisheries University, China J. Mathias , Freshwater Institute, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Publish date: November 1994
This book introduces the theory and practice of Chinese freshwater fish culture to the world. Fish resources, reproduction, feeding and nutrition, genetics and breeding, fry and fingerling nursing, integrated fish farming, fish culture in lakes, reservoirs, pens and cages, luxury species culture, as well as disease control are described. A representative collection of the Chinese literature is cited, most of it exposed to the world for the first time. This volume will be invaluable to all aquaculturists and animal/fisheries scientists.