Aquaculture Pond Fertilization

Author: Charles C. Mischke
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118329414
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Ponds are a primary production system to a wide variety offreshwater fish species. Each species have specific and uniquenutrient needs and successful pond fertilization is critical to asuccessful aquaculture enterprise. Aquaculture PondFertilization: Impacts of Nutrient Input on Production providesstate-of-the-art information for successful fertilizationstrategies for a broad range of pond-raised species. Aquaculture Pond Fertilization attempts to rectify theseemingly contradictory nutrient recommendations by clearlydefining the goals of specific types of aquaculture. Chapters aredivided into three sections: The first reviews basic concepts infertilization applicable to all pond-based production. The secondlooks at specific nutrient management approaches. The third andfinal section of chapters looks specifically at key freshwater pondspecies ranging from tilapia to perch and discusses specificfertilization needs for the successful rearing of these in-demandfish. Looking across species with chapters contributed by leaders inthe field Aquaculture Pond Fertilization provides succinctsingle-volume coverage of an oft-neglected, but vitally importanttopic in aquaculture production.

Fertilization

Author: Frank J. Longo
Publisher: Garland Science
ISBN: 9780412563508
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Fertilization

Author: Daniel Mark Hardy
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780123116291
Size: 59.54 MB
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Fertilization provides in-depth reviews of individual research topics, while emphasizing key concepts and the significance of findings within other fields. The author identifies essential questions to be answered by future research. Fertilization broadly covers the many molecular and cellular events of animal fertilization and includes a section on unique problems and potential applications of fertilization research. Key Features * Provides in-depth reviews of individual research topics * Emphasizes key concepts and significance of findings to other fields * Broadly covers the many molecular and cellular events of animal fertilization * Includes a section on unique problems and potential applications of fertilization research * Identifies essential questions to be answered by future research

In Vitro Fertilization

Author: Kay Elder
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139492853
Size: 33.56 MB
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This fully updated new edition of a successful and popular practical guide is an indispensable account of modern in-vitro fertilization practice. Initial chapters cover theoretical aspects of gametogenesis and embryo development at the cellular and molecular level, while the latter half of the book describes the requisites for a successful IVF laboratory and the basic technologies in ART. Advanced techniques, including pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, vitrification and stem-cell technology, are comprehensively covered, providing up-to-date analyses of these groundbreaking technologies. This edition includes: • New practical techniques, including preservation of fertility for cancer patients, stem-cell biology/technology, vitrification and in-vitro maturation • A 'refresher' study review of fundamental principles of cell and molecular biology • The latest information available from animal and human research in reproductive biology Packed with a wealth of practical and scientific detail, this is a must for all IVF practitioners.

Foliar Fertilization

Author: A. Alexander
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400943865
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Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Foliar Fertilization, organized by Schering Agrochemical Division, Special Fertilizer Group, Berlin (FRG), March 14-16, 1985

A Textbook Of In Vitro Fertilization And Assisted Reproduction

Author: Peter R. Brinsden
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781850700005
Size: 72.29 MB
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This is an enlarged, updated, color-illustrated new edition of the definitive clinical reference on in vitro fertilization and assisted reproduction. It contains 37 chapters by top-ranked specialists from around the world covering every aspect of investigation and therapeutic options as taught and practiced at the world-famous Bourn Hall Clinic. Large format, double-column pages. Includes bibliographic references, procedures, protocols and information sheets, and index.

Elements Of Mammalian Fertilization

Author: Paul M. Wassarman
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849363870
Size: 54.77 MB
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Elements of Mammalian Fertilization, Volume 2 discusses in vitro fertilization (IVF) in humans and domestic animals and provides insight into potential applications of contemporary experimental approaches to contraceptive development. Topics covered include the origins and history of human IVF, technical considerations and diverse factors that often determine the success or failure of human IVF, the application of IVF to domestic animals, and the application of gamete biochemistry and molecular biology toward development of novel methods of contraception. This volume addresses some of the most exciting technological developments that have occurred over the past decade, developments that have already dramatically affected our lives and will continue to do so in the future. It is an important reference source for research scientists, clinicians, and advanced graduate and medical students.

In Vitro Fertilization

Author: Steve Parker
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
ISBN: 9780836878660
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Describes the history of the procedure, discusses when and how it is done, and relates the reasons why it is used and the reasons it may fail.