Flanders Marine Institute

Platform for marine research

In:

IMIS

Publications | Institutes | Persons | Datasets | Projects | Maps
report an error in this recordbasket (0): add | show Printer-friendly version

Genomic approaches in aquaculture and fisheries
Cancela, M.L.; Bargelloni, L.; Boudry, P.; Boulo, V.; Dias, J.; Huvet, A.; Laizé, V.; Lapègue, S.; Leite, R.; Mira, S.; Nielsen, E.E.; Planas, J.V.; Roher, N.; Sarropoulou, E.; Volckaert, F.A.M. (2010). Genomic approaches in aquaculture and fisheries, in: Cock, J.M. et al. (Ed.) (2010). Introduction to marine genomics. Advances in Marine Genomics, 1: pp. 213-286
In: Cock, J.M. et al. (Ed.) (2010). Introduction to marine genomics. Advances in Marine Genomics, 1. Springer: Dordrecht. ISBN 978-90-481-8616-7. xiv, 399 pp., more
In: Cock, J.M. (Ed.) Advances in Marine Genomics. Springer: Berlin. ISSN 1879-8012, more
Peer reviewed article

Available in Authors 

Keyword
    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Cancela, M.L.
  • Bargelloni, L.
  • Boudry, P.
  • Boulo, V.
  • Dias, J.
  • Huvet, A.
  • Laizé, V.
  • Lapègue, S.
  • Leite, R.
  • Mira, S.
  • Nielsen, E.E., more
  • Planas, J.V.
  • Roher, N.
  • Sarropoulou, E.
  • Volckaert, F.A.M., more

Abstract
    Despite the enormous input into the worldwide development of fish and shellfish farming in the recent decades, in part as an attempt to minimize the impact of fishing on already overexploited natural populations, the application of genomics to aquaculture and fisheries remains poorly developed. Improving state-of-the-art genomics research in various aquaculture systems, as well as its industrial applications, remains one of the major challenges in this area and should be the focus of well developed strategies to be implemented in the next generation of projects. This chapter will first provide an overview of the genomi tools and resources available, then discuss the application of genomic approaches to the improvement of fish and shellfish farming (e.g. breeding, reproduction, growth, nutrition and product quality), including the evaluation of stock diversity and the use of selection procedures. The chapter will also discuss the use of genomic approaches to study and monitor natural fish and shellfish populations and to understand interactions within their ecosystems.

 Top | Authors