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Securing protein for the approximate 10 billion humans expected to inhabit our planet by 2050 is a major priority for the global community. Evidence has accrued over the past 30 years that strongly supports and justifies the sustainable use of insects as a means to produce protein products as feed...

Author(s)
Tomberlin, J. K.; Huis, A. van; Benbow, M. E.; Jordan, H.; Astuti, D. A.; Azzollini, D.; Banks, I.; Bava, V.; Borgemeister, C.; Cammack, J. A.; Chapkin, R. S.; Čičková, H.; Crippen, T. L.; Day, A.; Dicke, M.; Drew, D. J. W.; Emhart, C.; Epstein, M.; Finke, M.; Fischer, C. H.; Gatlin, D.; Grabowski, N. Th.; He, C.; Heckman, L.; Hubert, A.; Jacobs, J. (et al)
Publisher
Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Insects as Food and Feed, 2015, 1, 4, pp 307-309
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Author(s)
Roderick, E.
Publisher
Aqua Research Pte Ltd, China Square Central, Singapore
Citation
Aqua Culture Asia Pacific, 2018, 14, 4, pp 49-51
Abstract

Global and Asian aquaculture have witnessed a ten-fold increase in production from 1980 to 2004. However, the relative percent contribution to production of each of the major commodities has remained almost unchanged. For example, the contribution of freshwater finfish has declined from 71 to 66...

Author(s)
Silva, S. S. de; Turchini, G. M.
Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy
Citation
FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Paper, 2009, No.518, pp 63-127
Abstract

This article discusses the utilization of soyabean meal and poultry byproducts as protein sources in the formulation and production of shrimp diets that will reduce the level of fish meal in shrimp feeds, especially for Pacific white shrimps (Litopenaeus vannamei [Penaeus vannamei]). The beneficial ...

Author(s)
Quintero, H. E.; Cremer, M. C.; Manomaitis, L.; Davis, A.
Publisher
Aqua Research Pte Ltd, China Square Central, Singapore
Citation
Aqua Culture Asia Pacific, 2010, 6, 2, pp 18-20
Abstract

This article discusses an overview of aquafeeds industry in Asia for shrimps, marine fishes and fresh water fishes during 2010. The higher costs and prices of plant protein ingredients; and positive outlook of Thailand aquafeed industry in 2011 are highlighted.

Publisher
Aqua Research Pte Ltd, China Square Central, Singapore
Citation
Aqua Culture Asia Pacific, 2011, 7, 1, pp 15-19
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Tilapia has now become a popular protein source to the poor, and also increasingly to middle class people. It serves as a typical model of a success story of farming outside its native area. Annual tilapia production was only 1.5 tons in 1950 which surpassed 1.5 million tons in 2002; increased by 1 ...

Author(s)
Bhujel, R. C.
Publisher
AQUAFISH Collaborative Research Support Program, Corvallis, USA
Citation
Better science, better fish, better life. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture, Shanghai, China, 22-24 April 2011, 2011, pp 123-131
Abstract

This article discusses the role of aquaculture industry, especially in Asian countries, in fostering economic development and effectively providing the increasing population with more fish and other forms of animal protein (e.g., shellfish and shrimp), which is less expensive yet with higher...

Author(s)
Tibbetts, J.
Publisher
Public Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Research Triangle Park, USA
Citation
Environmental Health Perspectives, 2001, 109, 7, pp A318-A323
Abstract

Proceedings of the 1996 conference are presented. Following a summary of conference findings part II comprises six resource papers: 'Current status and outlook of the aquaculture industry' (I. Csavas, pp.27-39); 'Improved feed formulation and feeding techniques' (T. Watanabe, pp.40-61); 'Toward a...

Publisher
Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Improving management of aquaculture in Asia: report of APO seminar, Taipei, Republic of China, 8-16 May, 1996., 1998, pp 266 pp.

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