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Hugo Alamilla Tovar
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enviado 18-08-2001 13:42     Presione aquí para ver el perfil de Hugo Alamilla Tovar     Editar/Eliminar Mensaje
Para aquellos que estén interesados he enviado un documento referente al tema.
Pueden consultarlo aquí:
http://www.zoetecnocampo.com/Documentos/tilapia/tilapia.htm

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R. Bacardit
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enviado 18-08-2001 13:50     Presione aquí para ver el perfil de R. Bacardit     Editar/Eliminar Mensaje
Agradecemos a Hugo la gentileza de haber enviado el documento que será de gran utilidad como punto de partida para los interesados.
Al mismo se incorporaron 58 enlaces relacionados con el cultivo de tilapias, diferentes especies, que brindan un amplio panorama sobre el tema.
Saludos.

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Fernando Aguiar Garrido
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enviado 20-08-2001 12:57     Presione aquí para ver el perfil de Fernando Aguiar Garrido     Editar/Eliminar Mensaje
He estado leyendo ultimamente sobre el tema de Acuacultura y Tilapia en especial,espcificamente bibliografia generada por el ITESM-Monterrey, Mexico. Reconozco que mi conocimiento es muy limitado, estoy interesado en informacion de tilapia sobre los siguientes asuntos:
El agua de la Peninsula de Yucatan es muy dura( dicha Peninsula es totalmente plana con elevaciones no mayores de 10 metros sobre el nivel del mar, por lo que no existen rios, solamente rios subterraneos con afloraciones de agua dulce llamadas cenotes), donde tenemos intenciones de iniciar este proyecto de pequeña escala en jaulas, ya que tiene arriba de 200 en el conteo de dureza, esto es salvable?? o esto imposibilita ( economicamente hablando)totalmente el proyecto??.
Segundo, lo que he leido sobre alimentación unicamente menciona las necesidades especificas de proteinas, carbohidratos,etc, entiendo que la tilapia es herbivora y omnivora, y que el costo de la alimentación representa + del 50 % del costo total de los gatos de operación que productos puedo utilizar para reducir al máximo estos costos sin afectar el grado nutricional?? ideas??.
Actualmente no existen criaderos de alevines cercanos los menos diatntes estan a más de 1000 kms, es factible/costeable transportarlos por tierra?? aire??, estmos muy cerca de Miami ( 1:45 mins de vuelo). ideas? Estamos a 300 kms de cancun. Estoy interesado en arrancar primero para autoconsumo y una vez "estabilizado el proceso" crecer
gracias de inicio por su ayuda

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R. Bacardit
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enviado 30-10-2001 16:46     Presione aquí para ver el perfil de R. Bacardit     Editar/Eliminar Mensaje
Hola Fernando:
Acabo de ver tu pregunta de la cual me olvidé y tengo la respuesta de Hugo desde hace más de un mes. Te la voy a enviar por correo porque tiene tablas.
Aparte de esto agrego otro enlace:

Crecimiento de Tilapias (Oreochromis niloticus, L.) con piensos extrusionados de diferente nivel proteico. (Growth of Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, L.) with cooked-extruded diets of several protein levels)
http://www.uco.es/organiza/servicios/publica/az/articulos/1998/177/pdf/jover.pdf

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Roberto Flores
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Actualmente el Municipio de Acapulco, tiene programas de apoyo para las comunidades rurales. En nuestro caso se realizo una granja de tilapias en jaulas flotantes en la laguna de tres palos( a un costado del Aeropuerto Internacional de Acapulco).

La Granja Acuicola Plan de los Amates, consta de 50 jaulas flotantes de p.v.c y malla, en un area aprox de 1 hectarea, en estos dias del mes de agosto tendremos nuestra primera cosecha.
Para más información consultar:
http://www.geocities.com/impactos_ambientales/HAZ_CLICK_AQUI.html

Atte.
Roberto Flores
robertofloressanchez@hotmail.com
grupoimpacto@prodigy.net.mx

[Este mensaje ha sido editado por R. Bacardit (editado 03-03-2004).]

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Lista Bibliográfica:

Abstracts and papers submitted to ISTA 5
Regional Development- Africa
http://www.ag.arizona.edu/azaqua/ista/ista5work/Abstracts5.htm

1. Economic and technical viability of tilapia culture in homestead concrete tanks in peri-urban Nigeria.
Afolabi, J.A., P.B Imoudu and O.A. Fagbenro {Entire paper received}

2. Current status of tilapia aquaculture and processing in Zimbabwe
Windmar, L., Jarding, S. and Paterson, R. {Full paper received}

3. Evaluation of trickling filter efficiency at Elanne Farm, Zimbabwe
Windmar, L., Jarding, S. and Paterson, R. {Full paper received}

4. Production of 480 tons of tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, at Elanne Farm, Zimbabwe
Windmar, L., Jarding, S. and Paterson, R. {Full paper received}

5. Quality issues in commercial processing of tilapia Oreochromis niloticus in Zimbabwe
Jarding, S., Windmar, L., Paterson, R., and Fjallsbak, J.P. {Full paper received}

6. A pilot study on the spatial and temporal soil moisture distribution in integrated crop-fish-wetland and crop-wetland agroecosystems in Zomba-East, Malawi.
Jamu, D. {Entire paper received}

Regional Development- South America

1. Extensive tilapia culture in small tropical and subtropical reservoirs.
Fernando, C. H., and Gurgel, J.J.S. {Entire paper received}

2. Large-scale extensive tilapia production in a tropical eutrophic reservoir (Lago Paranoa, Brasilia, Brazil): environmental and socio-economical benefits from biomanipulation.
Starling F., Lazzaro, X., Walter, T., and Ribeiro, M. {Abstract received}

3. Evaluation of Tilapia culture by resource limited farmers in Panama and Guatemala.
Lovshin, L.L. {Complete paper received}

4. Tilapia roja 2.000: Una evolucion de 20 anos, de la incertidumbre al exito.
Campo, L.F.C. {Complete paper received}

5. Producao Pesqueira da Barragem Marechal Dutra, Acari/RN.
Araujo Menescal, R., Oliveira, J.C.S., Campos, C.E.C., Araujo, A.S., and Freire, A.G. {Complete paper received}

Regional Development- Other

1.Meeting the needs of the poor in Asia-tilapia in the New Millennium
Little, D.C. {Complete paper received}

2. Tilapia production systems for the Lesser Antilles and other resource-limited tropical areas.
Rakocy, J. {Complete paper received}

3. Tilapia culture in Trinidad and Tobago: An update
Ramnarine, I.W. {Complete paper received}

4. History and prospects of tilapia stocks in Hawaii, USA.
Szyper, J.P., Hopkins, K.D., Okamura, W.Y., and Malchow, W. {Complete paper received}

5. Culture-based fisheries of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), indigenous labeo (Labeo dussumeiri) and common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in small-sized seasonal tanks of Sri Lanka.
Ariyaratne, M.H.S. and Rajapaksha, W.R. {Complete paper received }

Growth and Development

1. Observations on Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) from Chitralada strain growth in two culture systems and three water temperatures
Zimmerman, S. {Complete paper received}

2. Intensive production of tilapia fingerlings in a recirculating system.
Bailey, D.S., Rakocy, J.E., Martin,J. and Shultz, R.C. {Complete paper received}

3. Bio-Energetic modeling of growth and waste production of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) in recirculation systems.
Verdegem, M.C.J., van Dam, A.A., Cabarcas-Nunez, A.A. and Oprea, L. {Complete paper received}

4. Growth, metabolic rates and body composition of individually reared triploid tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in comparison to diploid full-sibs.
Focken, U., Hörstgen-Schwark, G., and Becker, K. {Complete paper received}

5. Effect of photoperiod, dietary protein and temperature on reproduction in Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).
El-Naggar, G.O., El-Nady, M.A., Kamar, M.G., and Al-Kobaby, A.I. {Entire paper received}

6. Effect of stocking density on growth and fillet composition of tetra hybrid red tilapia, Israeli strain.
Silva, P.C., Souza, V.L., Cantisani Pádua, D.M., Delacorte, P.C., e Gonçalves, D.C. {Entire paper received}

7. Broodfish selection and its effect on seed output of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in large-scale commercial seed production system.
Bhujel, R.C., Turner, W.A., Yakupitiyage, A., and Little, D.C. {Complete paper received}

8.Growth evaluation of four local strains of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) under different farming conditions in Egypt.
H. A. Elghobashy, H.A., El Gamal, A.R.A., and A.M.Khater, A.M. {Complete paper received}

9. Growth and body composition of red tilapia fingerlings (Oreochromis niloticus x O. aureus) submitted to different feeding levels.
Sirol, R.N., Andrade, D.R., and Salaro, A.L. {Complete paper received}

10. Morphology in two species of tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus and Sarotherodon melanotheron, supplemented with or deficient in thyroid hormones.
Etude de la morphologie chez deux espèces de tilapias, Oreochromis niloticus et Sarotherodon melanotheron supplémentés ou déplétés en hormones thyroïdiennes.
Toguyeni, A., Baroiller, J.F., Fostier, A., Le Bail, P.Y., Bonnet, S. and Fauconneau, B. {Abstract received}

Health and Diseases- Streptococcis

1. Diseases of tilapia with emphasis on economically important pathogens.
Shoemaker, C.A., Klesius, P. H., and Evans, J.J. {Complete paper received}

2.Vaccination: A health management practice for preventing diseases caused by Streptococcus in tilapia and other cultured fish.
Klesius, P. H., Shoemaker, C.A., and Evans, J.J. {Complete paper received}

3. Prevention of Streptococcus in tilapia by vaccination: The Philippine experience.
Clark, J.S., Paller, B., and Smith, P.D. {Complete paper received}

4. The use of ROMET 30 in the control of Streptococcal outbreaks in tilapia cage culture in the Philippines.
Clark, J. S., Paller, B. and Morillo, R.L. {Complete paper received}

Health and Diseases- Other

1. Ectoparasitic studies of pond cultured and wild tilapias in major cocoa producing area of Nigeria.
Bello-Olusoji, O.A., Aderiye, B.K., Borode A.A., and Oyekanmi, F.B. {References missing from paper received}

2. Ectoparasitoses diagnosticadas em Tilapias (Oreochromis sp.) em pisciculturas e pesqueiros nos Vales do Paranapanema, Paraiba e Ribeira, do Estado de Sao Paulo, Brasil.
Alexandrino, A.C., Ayrosa, L.M.S., Carvalho Filho, A.C., Araujo, A.P., Kuroda, C.K., and Wakasa, Y.S. {Complete paper received}

3. Effect of different levels of vitamin C on ectoparasite occurrence, survival rate and total biomass of Thailandese Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) larvae.
Leonardo, J.M.L.O., Vargas, L., Ribeiro, R.P., Cavichiolo, F., and Marques, H.L. {Complete paper received}

4. Different levels of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and the occurrence of ectoparasites, survival and biomass in fingerlings of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).
Cavichiolo, F., Vargas, L., Pereira Ribeiro, R., Moreira, H.L.M., Botaro, D. e Leonardo, J.M. {Entire paper received}

5. The use of petidoglycan as an immune stimulant for tilapia.
Clark, J.S., Zarate, D., Toride, Y., and Dycheepuat, D. {Complete paper received}

6. Effect of long-term oral administration of peptidoglycan (PG-Ajinomoto product) on growth rate and immunostimulation response of hybrid tilapia (Oreochromis aureus x O. niloticus).
Tinman, S., Belotsky, S., Avidar, Y., Bogin E., and Bejerano, I. {Complete paper received}

7. Hematological characteristics of hybrid Florida Red Tilapia, Oreochromis urolepis-hornorun X O. mossambicus under intensive rearing.
Tavares-Dias, M., Frasca-Scorvo, C.M.D., Novato, P.F.C., e Moraes, F.R. {Entire paper received}

8. Flora bacteriana de tilapia do Nilo cultivadas em sistema semi-intensivo.
Molinari, L.M., Brandao, M., Abreu-Filho, B.A., Nakamura, C.V., and Filho, B.P.D. {Complete paper received}

9. Microbiological hazards of freshwater tilapia culture systems
McKeon, C., Glenn, E., Gerba, C., Fitzsimmons, K. {Complete paper received}

10. Effect of aflatoxin B1 on reproductive traits in Oreochromis niloticus and Oreochromis aureus and its control.
Diab, A.S., Abuzead, S.M.M., and Abou El Magd, M.M. {Complete paper received}

11. Comparative study of biochemical and non-specific immunological parameters in two tilapia species (Oreochromis aureus and O. mossambicus)
Palti, Y., Tinman, S., Cnaani, A., Avidar, Y., Ron, M., and Hulata, G. {Complete paper received}

12. Evaluation of effects of benzocain and cetilpiridine chloride to tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).
Ostrensky, A. and Gomes, E. (Abstract received - Somente Resumo)

Nutrition

1. Effect of methionine-supplemented toasted Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus) diets on growth of Oreochromis niloticus.
Adeparusi, E. O and Olute, B. W {Complete paper received}

2. Haematological characteristics of Oreochromis niloticus fed differently processed Lima Bean (Phaseolus lunatus L.) diets.
Adeparusi, E. O and Ajayi, A. D {Abstract received}

3. Use of oilseed meals as fish meal replacers in tilapia diets.
Fagbenro, O.A. and S.J. Davvies {Entire paper received}

4. Use of housefly maggots as a fishmeal replacer in tilapia culture: A recent vogue in Nigeria.
Adelsulu, E.A. and Mustapha, A.K. {Complete paper received}

5. Nutritive value of algal meal in pelleted feed for tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus: Changes in growth performance, body composition and fatty acid composition of tissues.
Samantaray, K., Mishra, K., Patra, S. K. {Entire paper received}

6. Partial and total replacement of fish meal by fish meal analog in practical diets of both non sex-reversed and sex-reversed Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus fingerlings.
El-Saidy, Deyab M.S.D., and Dabrowski, K. {Abstract received}

7. Pearl millet (Pennisetum americanum) replacing corn (Zea mays) meal in diets for tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus.
Souza-Lima, M.B., Padua, D.M.C., Silva, P.C., Souza, V.L., and Souza-Franca, A.F. {Complete paper received}

8. Validation of the essential amino acid requirements of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus (L)), assessed by the ideal protein concept.
Fagbenro, O.A. {Entire paper received}

9. Replacement value of cystine for methionine in semipurified diets supplemented with free amino acids for the Nile Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus L. fry.
Abdelghany, A.E. {Complete paper received}

10. Harnessing of shrimp head waste in Nigeria for low cost production of tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus.
Nwanna, L.C. and Daramola, J.A. {Entire paper received}

11. Contribution of natural food and compound feed to the gut content of hybrid tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus x O. aureus ) in pond culture.
Focken, U., Schlechtriem, C., and Becker, K. {Complete paper received}

12. Effects of different dietary oils on the growth and economic performance of Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (L.).
Nwanna, L.C. and Bolarinwa, T.O. {Complete paper received}

13. Digestibility coefficients of feed ingredients for tilapia.
Hanley, F. {Entire paper received}

14. Growth, feed utilization and body composition of Tilapia (Oreochromis sp.) fed cottonseed meal-based diets in a recirculating system.
Mbahinzireki, G.B., Dabrowski, K., Lee, K.J., El-Saidy, D. and Wisner, E.R. {Abstract received}

15. Optimum dietary protein requirements for Oreochromis niloticus L., fry using formulated semipurified diets.
Abdelghany, A.E. {Complete paper received}

16. The effects on the micorcrustacean Branchoneta, Dendrocephalus brasiliensis, on the growth of juvenile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus.
Santos, A.J.G., Lopes, J.P., Tenorio, R.A., and Mendes, P.P. {Complete paper received}

17. Evaluation of dehydrated Egyptian clover meal, artichoke and Atriplex leaves in diets of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) .
Soliman, A.K. {Complete paper received}

18. Water Hyacinth protein concentrate meal as a partial fish meal replacer in red tilapia diets.
Soliman, A.K. {Complete paper received}

19. Utilization of carcass fish wastes in diets of Nile Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus
Soliman, A.K. {Complete paper received}

20. Partial and complete replacement of fish meal with mantis shrimp (Squella mantis) waste meal in diets for Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)
Soliman, A.K. {Complete paper received}

21. Partial replacement of fish meal protein with black seed meal protein, with and without lysine and methionine supplementation, in diets of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)
Soliman, A.K., Atwa, A.M.F. and Abaza, M.A. {Complete paper received}

22. Partial and complete replacement of soybean meal by black seed meal in Nile Tilapia diets.
Soliman, A.K., Atwa, A.M.F. and Abaza, M.A. {Complete paper received}

23. Partial and complete replacement of soybean meal by roquette seed (Eruca sativa) in diets of Nile Tilapia, (Oreochromis niloticus) .
Soliman, A.K. {Complete paper received}

Management- Integrated Systems and Seawater Systems

1. Aquaculture and agriculture working together for sustainable development.
Gasca-Leyva, E. {Complete paper received}

2. Nitrogen transfer in an integrated aquaculture and agriculture system
Azevedo, C.B., Maughan, O.E., Olsen, M.W., and Glenn, E. {Abstract received}

3. Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) production in marine shrimp ponds in Guaraquecaba Bay, Parana, Brasil.
Ostrensky, A., Farias, H., and Gomes, E. {Abstract received- Somente resumo}

4. Seawater adaptability of two tilapia species (S. melanotheronand O. niloticus) and their reciprocal F1 hybrids
Baroiller, J.F., Clota, F., D'Cotta, H., Derivaz, M., Lazard, J. and Vergnet, A. {Abstract received}

5. Use of Tilapia for improving water quality in intensive, integrated, circulatory fish culture systems
Appelbaum,S. and Volvich, L. {Abstract received, poster session}

Pond Management

1. Assessment of African Clariid catfishes for tilapia population control in ponds.
Fagbenro, O.A. {Entire paper received}

2. Analyses of various inputs for pond culture of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus): profitability and potential environmental impacts.
Yi, Y. and Lin, C.K. {Complete paper received}

3. Concurrent design of hillside ponds for tilapia production.
Verma, B., Tollner, E.W., Popma,T., Molnar, J.L., and Meyer, D. {Complete paper received}

4. Enhancing fish farm productivity through improved management (A case study in Egypt).
El Gamal, A.R.A. {Complete paper received}

5. Effects of continuous water exchange on the limnology of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) culture tanks.
Tavares, L.H.S, Yoshida, C.E., Souza-Braga, F.M. {Complete paper received)

6. Policultivo de Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, Linnaeus, 1766) Com o Peixe Ornamental (Carassius auratus, Gunther, 1870) em Viveiros Bercarios.
Mendes, G.N., and Valenca, A.R. {Complete paper received}

7. Characterization of some limnological parameters of earthen ponds for tilapia culture in the Paranapanema Valley.
Ayroza, L.M.S., Spinosa, W.A., Soares, M.S.J., Rezende, D.M.M., Simoes, F.S., Caliari, M., and Santos, V.J. {Complete paper received}

8. Predicting water temperature in aquaculture earthen ponds through air temperature series.
Almeida, J.P., and Zimmerman, S.

9. Timing of the onset of supplemental feeding of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in ponds
Bolivar, R. B., Brown, C.L., and Jimenez, E.T. {Complete paper received)

Net Pens

1. Performance of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) created in net-ponds with different profundities and rations.
Carmo-Carneiro, M., Lemos, J.B., Oliveira, E.G., Silva, A.V., Santos, E.C.L., and Silva, A.L. {Complete paper received}

2. Tilapia cage culture in reservoirs in Ceara State, Brazil.
Costa, F.H.F., Sampaio, A.H., Saker-Sampaio, S., Lima, F.M., Matias, J.F.N., Rocha, I.R.C.B., Santos, J.A.R., and Rocha, P.J.C. {Abstract received}

Processing and Products

1. Effects of filleting methods on processing yield of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).
Souza, M.L.R., and Viegas, E.M.M. {Complete paper received}

2. Estudo do Indice de Grescor e das Alteracoes na Qualidade dos Files de Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), Mantidos A 18 C por 90 Dias.
Pereira, K.C., and Campos, A.F. {Complete paper received}

3. Estudo do Rendimento de Carcaca de Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Apos a Obtencao do File e Estudo do Aproveitamento do Espinhaco para Producao de Surimi.
Pereira, K.C., and Campos, A.F. {Complete paper received}

4. Amino acid composition of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) residue silage.
Maia, W.M.J, Narain, N., Bora, P.S., and Nunes, M.L. {Complete paper received}

5. Avaliação do rendimento de filé, pele, vísceras, cabeça, carcaça e resíduos, utilizando-se diferentes dietas balanceadas na engorda de tilápia (Oreochromis niloticus).
Makrakis, S., Bombardelli, R.A., Minematsu, R.E., e Santa Maria, M.A. {Entire paper received}

6. Desenvolvimento e avaliação de produtos à base de polpa e surimi produzidos a partir de tilápia nilótica, (Oreochomis niloticus).
Marchi, J.F., Coelho, D. F., Minim, V.P.R. e Gomes, J. C. {Entire paper received}

Sex Determination and Reversal

1. Genetic and environmental sex determination in tilapias: A review
Baroiller, J.F., Clota, Frederic, D.Cotta, H. {Abstract received}

2. Heritability of the sex determination in two pseudofemale strains on the tilapia Oreochromis aureus
Desprez, D., Melard, C., Hoareau, M.C., Bose, P. and Baroiller, J.F. {Abstract received}

3. Avaliação da qualidade na produção de alevinos revertidos de tilápias, Oreochromis niloticus, na região oeste do Paraná - Brasil, Quanto a efetividade da reversão sexual - Um estudo de caso.
Makrakis, S., Bombardelli, R.A., Massago, H., Campagnolo, R., e Beux, L.F. {Entire paper received}

4. Reversão sexual e parâmetros metabólicos em tilápia do Nilo, Oreochromis niloticus (L)
Leonhardt, J.H., Urbinatti, E.C., e Caetano Filho, M. {Entire paper received}

5. Comparison of productive performance of sex reversed male Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (Thai Strain) and tetra hybrid Red Tilapia (Israeli Strain).
Souza, V.L., Silva, P.C., Cantisani Pádua, D.M., e Delacorte, P.C. {Complete paper received}

6. Involvement of gonadal steroids during natural and temperature-induced sex differentiation of the tilapia Oreochromis niloticus
Baroiller, J.F., D´Cotta, H., Toguyeni, A., Clota, F., and Fostier, A. {Abstract received}

7. Divergent selection for growth in the development of a female line for the production of improved Genetically Male Tilapia (GMT)
Abucay, J.S. and Mair, G.C. {Complete paper received}

Genetics and Reproductive Biology

1. Genetic improvement in Tilapia - Importance and alternative strategies.
Rye, M. and Refstie, T. {Abstract received}

2. Criteria for selecting Nile Tilapia and Red Tilapia for culture.
Lovshin, L.L. {Complete paper received}

3. Levels of inbreeding and relatedness in breeder stocks of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) detected by microsatellite analysis.
Moreira, H.L.M., Dellagostin, O.A., and Erdtmann, B. {Entire paper received}

4. The genetic history of the introduced Nile Tilapia of Lake Victoria (Uganda -E. Africa): The population structure of Oreochromis niloticus (Pisces: Cichlidae) revealed by DNA microsatellite markers.
Fuerst, P. A., Mwanja, W.W., and Kaufman, L. {Complete paper received}

5. Genetic variability using molecular markers.
Lima, F.M., Costa, F.H.F., Sampaio, A.H., Saker-Sampaio, S., Cavada, B.S., Rocha, I.R.C.B., Cidrack, D.S., Galdino, A.S., Rego, P.S., Cunha, R.M.S., Lima, H.C., Alves, M.A.O., and Grangeiro, T.B. {Abstract received}

6. Effect of cottonseed meal on the reproductive physiology of male Nile tilapia.
Salaro, A.L., Toledo, M.R., Guimaraes, J.D., Luz, K.R., Souto, E.F., Miranda Neto, T., and Ribeiro Jr., J.I. {Complete paper received}

7. Role of thyroid hormones and estrogens in growth and gonadal development
Toguyeni, A., Baroiller, J.F., Fauconneau, B., Le Bail, P.Y., Geyten, S.V., Darras, V., and Fostier, A. {Abstract received}

8. Production of 2 reciprocal intergeneric hybrids between Oreochromis niloticus and Sarotherodon melantheron
Baroiller, J.F., Bezaut, E., Bonnet, S., Clota, F., Derivaz, M., D, Hont, A., Fauconneau, B., Lazard, J., Ozouf-Costaz, C., Rognon, X., Toguyeni, A., and Vergnet, A. {Abstract received}

9. Periodicity and duration of the papillary, sexual and behavioral cycle in the tilapia Oreochromis niloticus
Gautier, J.Y., Lefaucheux, B., Foraste, M., Jalabert, B., and Baroiller, J.F. {Abstract received}

10. Response to selection for body weight of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in different culture environments
Bolivar, R. B. {Complete paper received}

[Este mensaje ha sido editado por R. Bacardit (editado 23-04-2004).]

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Adjunto estos enlaces:

Produção e rendimento de carcaça da tilápia (Oreochromis niloticus) alimentada com dietas contendo farelo de milheto.
http://www.sbz.org.br/eventos/PortoAlegre/homepagesbz/Peq/PEQ002.htm

Desempenho de tilápia do nilo (Oreochromis niloticus L.) submetidas a dietas com diferentes graus de moagem dos alimentos, na fase de crescimento.
http://www.sbz.org.br/eventos/PortoAlegre/homepagesbz/Peq/PEQ010.htm

Canibalismo entre larvas e alevinos de tilápia nilótica (Oreochromis niloticus) de diferentes pesos.
http://www.sbz.org.br/eventos/PortoAlegre/homepagesbz/Peq/PEQ011.htm

Efeito da adição de 17,20b à água na produção de sêmen de machos de tilápia-do-nilo (Oreochromis niloticus).
http://www.sbz.org.br/eventos/PortoAlegre/homepagesbz/Peq/PEQ012.htm

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Estuve leyendo la informacion sobre tilapias, y me intereso; me gustaria saber si son las famosas mojarras o plateadas que les llaman, si es asi me gustaria recibir informacion; soy de bahia blanca, Argentina. Gracias.
Daniel

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Buenas como estan, soy un barranquillero interesado en montar un criadero de tilapias, pense lo más comercial en el mercado eran las tilapias rojas pero sin embargo me comentan que las plateadas van a
tener mejor auge. Quisiera si es posible que me asesoraran en las cosas que necesito para poder crear mi criadero, las condiciones,
cuantas unidades por m3, clima, todo lo necesario para poder montar los criaderos.

Muchas gracias por su atencion y ayuda, atentamente,
JAIME BALLESTEROS L.

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Hola Jaime yo vivo en Cartagena y te puedo colaborar con lo que necesites.
Un Saludo
Jesús

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Como estas Jesus, te cuento que soy un joven emprendedor con ganas de montar empresa, he escogido el criadero de tilapias por su gran auge. Mi base o zona de operacion es el embalse del guajaro donde hay una gran variedad de peces, la mas comun es la mojarra lora, pero siguiendo, necesito informacion acerca de cuantos Kg por metro3 de pescado puede tener en una piscina, cuanto mas o menos son los costos de mantenimiento, y toda infromacion que me puedas brindar es bien recibida.
muchas gracias.
Jaime

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Hola Jaime.

El análisis tienes que arrancarlo pensando en cual es tu mercado, si tu intención es la venta de Tilapia en Colombia, no dudes en producir Tilapia Roja, pero si es para exportación, puedes comenzar por ver
si al sitio que vas a enviar tu producto no es tan sensible al color del animal como en nuestro país.
Lo otro que es importante es pensar si tu mercado es de tilapia entera o fileteada, por que si es venta de filete, no dudes en que tu pez debe ser la Plateada.

Cordialmente.
Juan Guillermo Uribe

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GRACIAS POR LA AYUDA QUISIERA RECIBIR INFORMACION ACERCA DE LOS SISTEMAS DE OXIGENACION Y RENOVACION DE AGUAS EN LUGARES DONDE ESTE RECURSO HIDRICO ES BASTANTE LIMITADO Y SON CERCANAS A LA COSTA POR EJEMPLO PUERTO DE OCOS, GUATEMALA

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Quisiere invertir en la crianza de tilapias en Peru, pero incentivar su cultivo en comunidades a una altura de 1500 msnm, sera rentable, el problema que tengo es que el agua solo tienen en abnundancia por 8 mese lo necesario para engordar alevinos, seria rentable, solo dedicarse al engorde por temporadas o resulta rentable si este se cira todo el año

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pueden enviar informacion sobre crianza de tilapias a este correo?cuyessantarosa@hotmail.com
gracias

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