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PLENARY, DAY 1
Wednesday, May 02 08:30 - 10:10 Plenary 3
DIRECTION OF AQUACULTURE R&D FOR THE NEXT TEN YEARS
Dr Alex Obach, Managing Director, Skretting Aquaculture Research Centre (ARC) A veterinarian, Alex is highly regarded within the field of aquaculture research, particularly in the areas of health and nutrition. Alex undertook a PhD on fish pathology and immunology and later worked as the Manager of the Marine Harvest Technical Centre, before working at Skretting ARC as Manager of the Health Department. With a wealth of knowledge, Alex will also give a separate presentation during the Health session on functional health feeds. Alex comments that”Research in Skretting ARC continues to push back the boundaries on productivity and sustainability. R&D on feed is a prerequisite for tomorrow’s aquaculture, We are in our 22nd year of operation, Skretting ARC prides itself on the quality of its staff with the majority of these having either a master’s or doctor’s degree. The Head Office in Stavanger boosts an international environment with expertise from 13 nations working there.When you visit Skretting ARC, you are transported into the future the moment you walk through the door, as they develop tomorrow’s feeds and methods of fish farming.” GUANGDONG’S AQUACULTURE FOR FOOD SECURITY
Dr Chen Wen, Director of Fisheries Division, Guangdong Provincial Oceanic and Fisheries Administration, China Dr. Chen Wen graduated from South China Normal University with masters degree in 1987 and obtained PhD degree from Life Science department of Sun Yat‐Sen University in 2008. Additionally for aquaculture and management training he has studied at Mississippi University, Auburn University and Hawaii University. He has been working on aquaculture technology extension, disease prevention and treatment for a longtime and received numerous technical achievements and awards. Dr Wen was the project director and key participant in many national and provincial projects. He has received awards for his outstanding achievements on agricultural extension. He is the editor of the book on “Disease Prevention and Treatment for High-Value Aquatic Animal”, “Management & Practice on Quality and Safety Control of Shrimp Farming”, and the co-editor of “Aquaculture of snakehead, catfish, Tilapia, and Eel”, “Technical Guidance for Agro-Product Quality and Safety Control in China”. He has published more than 40 articles on domestic and international journals. He is the member of the 4th Veterinary Drug Dictionary Committee of China, Board Member of the 6th Guangdong Province Aquaculture Society, and member of specialist group for remote diagnosis of Aquatic Animal Disease. In recent years, he was invited to Thailand and Indonesia to attend the workshop and seminars organized by FAO and NACA on fishery management and development. He has completed successfully the China component of FAO Technical Cooperation Program on "Reducing the dependence on the utilization of trash fish/ low value fish as feed for aquaculture of marine finfish in the Asian region". FINFISH HATCHERY SESSIONS
Wednesday, May 02 10:40 - 15:10 Plenary 3 11:00 Lindsey Woolley, Gavin Partridge, Jian Qin
MORTALITY REDUCTION IN YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH (Seriola lalandi) LARVAL REARING BY OPTIMISING Artemia FEEDING REGIMES
11:20 Jennifer M. Cobcroft, Stephen Battaglene, Bennan Chen, Morten Deichmann, Stewart
Fielder, Wayne Hutchinson, Richard Knuckey, Jian Qin, Glenn Schipp, Mike Thomson UNDERSTANDING LARVAL CULTURE REQUIREMENTS OF SOUTHERN BLUEFIN TUNA
11:40 Pollyanna I Hilder, Jennifer M Cobcroft, Stephen C Battaglene
THE EFFECT OF PREY DENSITY, PREY SIZE AND LARVAL DENSITY ON THE FIRST-FEEDING RESPONSE OF SOUTHERN BLUEFIN TUNA AND YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH LARVAE
12:00 Kathryn Schuller, Andrew Scholefield
THE ROLE OF THE PEROXIREDOXIN (Prx) ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME FAMILY IN THE REPRODUCTION OF YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH, Seriola lalandi
13:30 John Clark
USE OF ALGAL CONCENTRATES IN ENHANCED REARING OF LARVAL ASIAN SEA BASS (Lates calcarifer).
13:50 Guillaume Drillet
COPEPOD CULTURES: A KEY TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A DIVERSE MARINE FISH FARMING INDUSTRY
14:10 Seumas Walker, Steve Pether, Yann Gublin, Irene Van de Ven, Alicia Marchant, David
McQueen, Glen Irvine, Jane Symonds, Michael Bruce DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW SPECIES, HAPUKU (Polyprion oxygeneios), FOR AQUACULTURE: CHALLENGES AND SUCCESSES
14:30 Mohamed-Sofiane Mahjoub, Sami Souissi, Jiang-Shiou Hwang, Francois G. Schmitt
USE OF VIDEO TECHNIQUES TO ASSESS LARVAL FISH FEEDING BEHAVIOR
14:50 Hamid Reza Ahmadnia, Mehrdad Farhangi, Gholamreza Rafiee, Farzaneh Noori, Behnaz
asadi THE STUDY OF BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND SURVIVAL RATE OF Artemia urmiana FED Bacillus subtilis AND Bacillus licheniformis PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT
Wednesday, May 02 10:40 - 17:30 Meeting Room 218 11:20 Stephen Madigan, Emmanuelle Sloan, Adriana O'Brien, Emily Mellor, Sean Sloan, Mehdi
Doroudi WHAT DO AQUACULTURE ZONES DELIVER? 11:40 Samantha Miller, Brian Cheshuk

12:00 Peter R. Lauer, Jade Davison
THE EVOLUTION AND FUTURE OUTLOOK OF ENVIORNMENTAL MONITORING FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY
14:10 Barbara Montwill
U.S. FDA FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT - WHAT CAN IMPORTERS EXPECT?
15:50 Lambertus Deluca-Lopez, Sean Sloan, Emmanuelle Sloan, Rebecca Hayes, Peter Lauer,
Mehdi Doroudi SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S NEW AQUACULTURE ACT
16:30 Peter R. Lauer, Andrew Carr, Peter Dietman, Jade Davison, Luke Fraser
COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS COMPLEMENT THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY
16:50 Minling Pan, Kelly Davidson, Wuyang Hu
ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN WILD-CAPTURE FISHERIES AND MARINE AQUACULTURE: CONSUMER PREFERENCES FOR WILD-CAUGHT AND FARMED FISH FINFISH - NUTRITION
Wednesday, May 02 10:40 - 17:30 Meeting Room 217 Chair: Mark Porter, Rhys Hauler & Mark Booth 10:40 Brett Glencross
USING BIOENERGETIC MODELLING TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPLICATIONS OF HEAT STRESS ON BARRAMUNDI (Lates calcarifer) GROWTH, FEED UTILISATION AND OPTIMAL NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
11:00 David Stone, Richard Miegel, Sarah Pain, Gordon Howarth
WATER TEMPERATURE AFFECTS GUT TRANSIT TIME, DIGESTIVE ENZYME ACTIVITY AND NUTRIENT DIGESTIBILITY IN YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH, Seriola lalandi
11:20 Matthew Bansemer, Rebecca Forder, Gordon Howarth, Jenna Bowyer, David Stone
EFFECTS OF SOLVENT EXTRACTED SOYBEAN MEAL AND WATER TEMPERATURE ON THE INTESTINAL MUCUS LAYER AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUB-ACUTE ENTERITIS IN YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola lalandi
11:40 Emma Bellgrove, Rebecca Forder, David Stone, Gordon Howarth
GRAPE SEED EXTRACT: A POTENTIAL NEW TREATMENT FOR “SOYBEAN MEAL-INDUCED” ENTERITIS IN YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH, Seriola lalandi
12:00 Mark Booth, Geoff Allan, Richard Smullen, Nick Arena, Lukas Manomaitis, John Campen
USE OF SOYBEAN MEAL AND SOY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE IN AQUA-FEEDS FOR BARRAMUNDI Lates calcarifer
13:30 Jenna N. Bowyer, Jian G. Qin, Richard P. Smullen, Louise R. Ward, David A.J. Stone
THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON FISH MEAL SUBSTITUTION WITH SOLVENT EXTRACTED SOYBEAN MEAL AND SOY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE IN YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola lalandi
13:50 Hossein Janmohammadi, Mohammad Reza Maleki Moghaddam, Najmeh Sheikhzadeh
FORMULATION OF FISH MEAL FREE DIETS IN FEEDING RAINBOW TROUT, Oncorhynchus mykiss
14:10 Mehrdad Farhnagi, Omid Safari, Chris Carter, Bagher Yakhchali, Parvin Shawrang,
Masoomeh Mehraban Sang Atash, Sunghul Charles Bai EFFECT OF DIFFERENT DIETARY INCLUSION LEVELES OF FERMENTED CANOLA PROTEIN CONCENTRATE MADE WITH Rhizopus microsporus var. oligosporus ON GROWTH, FEED EFFICIENCY AND LIVER URICASE ACTIVITY IN RAINBOW TROUT Oncorhynchus mykiss
14:30 Kasturi Samantaray, Kirti Mishra
EFFECT OF ALGAE BASED DIETS ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, BODY COMPOSITION AND FATTY ACID PROFILE OF INDIAN MAJOR CARP, ROHU (Labeo rohita, Hamilton)
14:50 Giovanni M. Turchini, Benjamin Cleveland, David S. Francis
STEARIDONIC ACID (SDA, 18:4n-3) VS ALPHA-LINOLENIC ACID (ALA, 18:3n-3) FOR N-3 LC-PUFA BIOSYNTHESIS IN RAINBOW TROUT
15:50 Kathryn Schuller, Nathan Rout-Pitt, Peter Bain, Jenna Bowyer, David Stone
DIETARY FISH OIL REPLACEMENT WITH CANOLA OIL UP-REGULATES GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE 1 GENE EXPRESSION IN YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola lalandi
16:10 Kathryn Schuller, Wan Abdul Rahim Wan Ahmad, David Stone
FISH OIL REPLACEMENT AFFECTS INDICATORS OF PRODUCT QUALITY IN BARRAMUNDI, Lates calcarifer
16:30 Jesse Trushenski, Michael Schwarz, Alexis Bergman, Artur Rombenso, Franklin Woitel,
Fernando Yamamoto, Brendan Delbos RECENT ADVANCES IN ESSENTIAL FATTY ACID REQUIREMENTS AND LIPID NUTRITION OF JUVENILE COBIA
16:50 Mehdi Asemani, Mehdi Asemani, Roshada Hashim
EFFECT OF DIFFERENT CARBOHYDRATE TO LIPID RATIO ON SURVIVAL AND GROWTH OF SUTCHI CATFISH Pangasius hypophthalmus ( Sauvage 1878 )
17:10 Zhou Enhua, Zhang Jian, Michael Cremer, Timothy O'Keefe
COMPARISON OF THE PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE OF GRASS CARP FED AN EXTRUDED SOY-BASED FEED AND SINKING PELLETED FEED WHAT'S SO IMPORTANT ABOUT BIOSECURITY?
Wednesday, May 02 10:40 - 12:20 Meeting Room 216 10:40 Shane Roberts, Marty Deveney, Peter Lauer, Mehdi Doroudi
DISEASE MANAGEMENT IN AQUACULTURE: CRYSTAL BALL POLICY MAKING 11:20 Richard Whittington, Diana Jaramillo, Paul Hick, Jane Frances, Peter Kirkland, Edla Arzey,
Mark Crane, Nick Moody, Kitman Dyrting, Ian Anderson NERVOUS NECROSIS VIRUS – NEW TESTS AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS SUGGEST A WAY FORWARD IN DISEASE CONTROL
11:40 Yuko Hood, Mark Kelly, Ramesh Perera
DISEASE-FREE ZONING & COMPARTMENTALISATION FOR TRADE ACCESS. WHO WILL BE THE WINNERS IN THE GLOBAL DEMAND FOR LIVE AQUATIC ANIMALS OVER THE NEXT 10 YEARS? AQUACULTURE: THE NEXT TEN YEARS, OPPORTUNITIES & THREATS
Wednesday, May 02 10:40 - 17:30 Meeting Room 209 13:30 Andrew S. King, Adam R. Main, Nick G. Elliott, Catriona K. Macleod
UP-SCALING SALMONID AQUACULTURE IN TASMANIA – AN EXPLORATION OF OPTIONS.
13:50 Amy White, Daryl McPhee, Tor Hundloe
APPLYING LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT (LCA) TO AQUACULTURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE TASMANIAN SALMON INDUSTRY
14:10 Alistair Hobday, Claire Spillman
CLIMATE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES FOR AUSTRALIAN AQUACULTURE
14:30 Claire M. Spillman, Alistair J. Hobday, Jason R. Hartog, Debbie A. Hudson, Oscar Alves,
Vincent Lyne SEASONAL FORECASTING TO SUPPORT THE MANAGEMENT OF AQUACULTURE IN AUSTRALIA
14:50 Neil Hartstein, Alex Kerroux
HYDRODYNAMIC AND CARRYING CAPACITY MODELLING FOR A PROPOSED SALMONID EXPANSION IN MACQUARIE HARBOUR TASMANIA
15:50 Brian Paterson, Sarah Miller, Helen Jenkins
SCOPING FUTURE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY OPTIONS FOR PRAWN FARMING IN AUSTRALIA
16:10 Matthew Caspari
ALGAE: A SUSTAINABLE, SCALABLE, NATURAL AQUAFEED ALTERNATIVE
16:30 Kenneth McColl, Brian Clarke, Timothy Doran
TRANSGENIC FISH – THE ARGUMENTS FOR AND AGAINST
16:50 Joachim Buarø, Trond Lysklett, Hans Olav Ruø
AQUALINE CAGES AND MOORING SYSTEMS: USING MODERN INDUSTRIAL FISHFARMING TECHNOLOGY IN OPEN OCEAN
17:10 Clive Jones, Nik Sachlikidis
TROPICAL ROCK LOBSTER AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT - THE NEXT 10 YEARS THE BUSINESS OF BREEDING: GETTING THE MOST OUT OF GENETIC PROGRAMS
Wednesday, May 02 13:30 - 15:10 Meeting Room 216 FINFISH GENETICS SESSION 1
Wednesday, May 02 15:50 - 17:30 Plenary 3 16:10 Raul W. Ponzoni, Herath M. U.K.P.B. Herath, Nguyen Hong Nguyen, Jayantha
Chandrasoma, Kamal Wathurawadu, GIFT STRAIN PERFORMANCE UNDER VARIOUS FARM CONDITIONS IN SRI LANKA
16:30 Erin Bubner, Ido Bar, Andre Smith, Luke Dutney, Goro Yoshizaki, Yutaka Takeuchi, Abigail
Elizur DEVELOPMENT OF GERM CELL TRANSPLANTATION TECHNOLOGY FOR CAPTIVE BREEDING OF SOUTHERN BLUFIN TUNA Thunnus maccoyii
16:50 Jane E. Symonds, Irene Van de Ven, Alicia Marchant, Steve Pether, Seumas P. Walker,
Yann Gublin, Michael Bruce DEVELOPING BROODSTOCK RESOURCES FOR YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola lalandi
17:10 Wayne Knibb, Anna Kuballa, Dan Powell, Abigail Elizur, Trevor Anderson, Courtney Remilton
CAN DNA MICROARRAY DATA BE USED TO SUPPORT GENETIC SELECTION PROGRAMS? PLENARY, DAY 2
Thursday, May 03 08:30 - 10:00 Plenary 3




THE
COMING
FAMINE:
FOOD
SECURITY
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NEXT
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Julian Cribb, Principal of Julian Cribb & Associates, specialists in science communication. He is a
Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.
He was previously Director, National Awareness, for Australia's national science agency, CSIRO
where he oversaw a 150 per cent growth in the organisation’s media profile. Additionally has been a
journailist for over 40 years and along that journey was editor of the "National Farmer" and "Sunday
Independent"newspapers, editor-in-chief of the "Australian Rural Times", chief of the Australian
Agricultural News Bureau, and agriculture correspondent, science and technology correspondent
and scientific editor for the national daily "The Australian".
He has received 32 awards for journalism including the Order of Australia Association Media Prize,
the inaugural Eureka Prize for environmental journalism, the inaugural AUSTRADE award for
international business journalism, the Dalgety Award for rural journalism, two MBF Awards for
medical journalism and five Michael Daley Awards for science journalism.
He was national foundation president of the Australian Science Communicators (ASC), president of
the National Rural and Resources Press Club, a member of CSIRO advisory committees for
agriculture, fisheries and entomology. He has served as a Director of the Australian Centre for
International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), the Crawford Fund, the Secretariat for International
Landcare, CSIRO Publishing, the Australian Minerals and Energy Environment Foundation and the
National Science and Technology Centre, Questacon. He created “Future Harvest” the global public
awareness campaign for the CGIAR.
His latest book, “The Coming Famine”, Julian Cribb lays out a vivid picture of an impending planetary
crisis – a global food shortage that threatens to hit by mid-century – which, he argues, would dwarf
any in our previous experience. Cribb’s comprehensive assessment points to a dangerous confluence
of shortages – of water, land, energy, technology, and knowledge – combined with an increased
demand created by population and economic growth.
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Thursday, May 03 10:40 - 12:20 Plenary 3 11:00 Shannon Loughnan, Nick Robinson, Carolyn Smith-Keune, Dean Jerry, Luciano Beheregaray
ESTIMATING THE RELATEDNESS OF CAPTIVE BARRAMUNDI (Lates calcarifer) STOCKS FOR THE BENEFIT OF MAINTAINING GENETIC DIVERSITY AND CONTROLLING INBREEDING
11:20 Paul Harrison, Jose Domingos, Dean Jerry
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS OF BARRAMUNDI Lates calcarifer STOCK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
11:40 Jose Antonio Domingos, Carolyn Smith-Keune, Dean Jerry
EARLY PREDICTION OF LONG-TERM FAMILY GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND BROODSTOCK EBV BASED ON CELLULAR PROCESSES – A TOOL TO FACILITATE SELECTION PROGRAMS FOR HARD TO IMPROVE FISH SPECIES
12:00 Dean Jerry, James Newton, Carolyn Smith-Keune, Mackenzie Hansler, Kyall R. Zenger
HOW MUCH HEAT CAN A BARRAMUNDI BEAR - THERMAL TOLERANCE ADAPTATION AMONG AUSTRALIAN BARRAMUNDI STRAINS? CRUSTACEAN HEALTH - IS IT A WORTHWHILE INVESTMENT?
Thursday, May 03 10:40 - 12:20 Meeting Room 218 11:00 Nicholas Robinson, M. Baranski, G. Gopikrishna, K. Vinaya Kumar, M.S. Shekhar, C. Gopal,
J.S. Karthik, S. Jothivel, P. Ravichandran, A.G. Ponniah EFFORTS TO FIND GENES AND MARKERS ASSOCIATED WITH WHITE SPOT SYNDROME VIRUS RESISTANCE IN INDIAN BLACK TIGER SHRIMP Penaeus monodon
11:20 Alexander Rantetondok
USING THE IMMUNOSTIMULANTS AS A FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT IN CONTROLLING THE VIRUS DISEASES ON THE SHRIMP AQUACULTURE IN INDONESIA
12:00 Anil Kumar, Susan Laramore, Richard Sayre
DEVELOPMENT OF RNAi BASED ORAL THERAPEUTIC AGAINST WHITE SPOT SYNDROME VIRUS OF SHRIMP FISH FARMING FRONTIERS, NOVEL SPECIES FOR AQUACULTURE
Thursday, May 03 10:40 - 12:20 Meeting Room 217 10:40 Sagiv Kolkovski, Justin L. King, Mark Natale, Nicole Watts, Ross Cammilleri
OCTOPUS AQUACULTURE - A NEW EMERGING INDUSTRY
11:00 Jens Knauer, William Bowman
SEA CUCUMBER HATCHERY AND NURSERY RESEARCH
11:20 Sam Davies, James Harris, Graham Mair
AN OVERVIEW OF POLYCHAETE AQUACULTURE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
11:40 Helcio Luis de Almeida Marques, Leina Moura Carneiro Carvalho, Alexander Turra, José
Luiz Alves EXPLOITATION OF FOULING ORGANISMS FROM A MUSSEL FARM IN BRAZIL AS ORNAMENTAL PURPOSES
12:00 Wilson Lennard
EVALUATION OF A NEW ZEALAND BASED AQUAPONIC SYSTEM USING ASIAN GRASS CARP Ctenopharyngodon idella PACIFIC & INDIGENOUS AQUACULTURE
Thursday, May 03 10:40 - 17:30 Meeting Room 216 Chair: Jo-Anne Ruscoe & Chris Barlow 10:40 Ann Fleming
HOW CAN GOVERNMENTS BETTER SUPPORT INDIGENOUS AQUACULTURE ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT? – PAST EVIDENCE POINTS TO A BETTER APPROACH
11:00 Francene Wineti, Basil Tapuke
MAORI IN AQUACULTURE - KO TE PAE TAWHITI WHAIA KIA TATA, SEEK OUT THE DISTANT HORIZONS
11:20 Satya Nandlal
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN AQUACULTURE IN PACIFIC ISLAND NATIONS
11:40 Johann Bell, Timothy Pickering
CLIMATE CHANGE AND AQUACULTURE IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC
12:00 Justin Hunter, Jamie Whitford
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN A SUCCESSFUL COMMERCIAL PEARL FARMING VENTURE IN FIJI
13:30 Wayne Tupper
A PARTICIPATORY 'BOTTOM UP' PROGRAM OF AQUACULTURE ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ON GOULBURN ISLAND, NT
14:10 Anand Chand
VALUE ADDING OF MOTHER OF PEARL (MOP) SHELL JEWELLERY AND WOODEN HANDICRAFTS IN FIJI
14:30 Jacob Wani
ROLE OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS (PPP), LEAD FARMERS, AND SMALL-FARMER CLUSTER GROUPS, IN THE EXPANSION OF ECONOMICALLY VIABLE INLAND AQUACULTURE IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
14:50 Ruth Garcia Gomez
AQUATIC BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT
15:50 Cathy Hair, Ben Ponia, Paul Southgate
MINI-PROJECTS, AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS AND TROPICAL AUSTRALIA
15:50 Chris Paul, Tim Pickering, Anne-Maree Schwarz, Michael Phillips
AQUACULTURE AND FOOD SECURITY IN SOLOMON ISLANDS
16:10 Timothy Pickering, Monal Lal, Johnson Seeto
SPAWNING AND LARVAL REARING OF THE MONKEY RIVER PRAWN Macrobrachium lar IN THE FIJI ISLANDS
16:30 Masahiro Ito
TAGGING OF THE SANDFISH Holothuria scabra FOR RESTOCKING IN POHNPEI, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
16:50 Mark Roddam, Susannah Smith
THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT'S SEASONAL WORKER PROGRAM: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR AQUACULTURE ENTERPRISES TO EMPLOY PACIFIC ISLANDERS AND EAST TIMORESE CREATING YOUR NEXT TEN YEARS WORKSHOP
Thursday, May 03 10:40 - 12:20 Meeting Room 209 GENERAL AQUACULTURE
Thursday, May 03 10:40 - 17:30 Meeting Room 208 10:40 Maryam Mohammadyektaduguri, Z Gholamiparashkuh, H Khara, S.A Mousavi
SURVEY MORPHOMETRIC, MERESTIC AND POLLUTIO OF PARASSITES IN SILVER BREAM, Blicca bjoerkna OF ANZALI WETLAND
11:00 Mahanama De Zoysa, Jehee Lee
IDENTIFICATION OF IMMUNE AND STRESS RESPONSE GENES BY PYROSEQUENCING OF ROCK BREAM (Oplegnathus fasciatus) TRANSCRIPTOME
11:20 Sanjaya Bathige, Ilson whang, Jehee Lee
MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF IRF-8 IN ROCK BREAM, Oplegnathus fasciatus AND ITS ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY
11:40 Abbas Bozorgnia, Maryam Barzegar, Saed Bahmani, Mehdi Hoseini fard
Biodiversity of Parasites of Fishes in Gheshlaq (Vahdat) Reservoir, Kurdistan, Iran
12:00 Laleh Roomiani, Mansoreh Ghaeni, Jafar Ehsani
BIOLOGY AND REPRODUCTIVE PARAMETERS STUDIES OF HILSA SHAD TENUALOSA ILISHA FROM THE WATERS OF THE KHUZESTAN PROVINCE 13:30 Sara Pourhosein Sarameh, Bahram Falahatkar, Ghobad Azari Takami, Iraj Efatpanah
EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT PHOTOPERIODS ON STRESS RESPONSES, SPAWNING AND REPRODUCTION PERFORMANCE OF PIKEPERCH
13:50 Shahram Dadgar, Bagher Teimouri, Siamak Yousefi, Alinaghi Sarpanah, Meisam Tabatabaei
DETERMINATION OF PCBs LEVEL IN COMMON CARP (Cyprinus carpio) IN ANZALI WETLAND, IRAN
14:10 Hassan Sareban, Ehsan Bozorgi, Ehsan Kamrani, Abdollad Esmailzade
COMPARISION OF PROFIT AND PRODUCTION BETWEEN TOTAL HARVEST AND PARTIAL HARVEST IN FARM SHRIMP CULTURE Litopenaeus vannamei IN IRAN
14:30 Hodeis Abbasi Ghadikolaei, Somayeh Nodeh Sharifi, Hosseinali Rostami, Rasoul Ghorbani
THE ONE YEAR STUDY ON BIOACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM HEAVY METAL IN SEDIMENTS AND MACROBENTHOS OF GHARASOU RIVER
14:50 Bahadour Hakimi, Shaban Ali Nezami, Hossein Khara, Zabiyoullah Pajand, Ali Halajian
DETERMINING THE LETHAL CONCENTRATION OF FORMALIN TO PERSIAN STURGEON (Acipenser persicus Borodin, 1897) AND STELLATE (Acipenser stellatus Pallas, 1811) FINGERLINGS
15:50 Fetemeh Vahidi, Shahla Jamili, Mohammadreza Fatemi, Yousef Filizadeh, Feresteh Faal
TROHIC LEVEL IN VALASHT LAKE BASED ON EUGLENOPHYCEA INDEX
16:10 H.K.A. Premachandra, Jehee Lee
CYSTATIN B INVOLVE IN IMMUNE RESPONSES AGAINST GRAM NEGATIVE BACTERIA; GENOMIC STRUCTURE AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL ANALYSIS FROM ROCK BREAM Oplegnathus fasciatus
16:30 Graham C. Fletcher, Cristina D. Cruz, Sravani Gupta, Jill Chantarachoti, Jessicah K. Win
DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CONTROL OF Listeria monocytogenes IN SEAFOOD
16:50 Behzad Emdadi, Mir Masud Sajjadi
EVALUATION OF INTESTINAL MICROBIOTA IN JUVENILE STELLATE STURGEON Acipenser stellatus
17:10 Liang Song, Jian G. Qin, Stephen Clarke, Yichu Shan, Shengqi Su
ENHANCEMENT OF GROWTH AND HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION WITH MICRONUTRIENTS IN AN OIL PRODUCING GREEN ALGA FINFISH - HUSBANDRY & ENVIRONMENT
Thursday, May 03 13:30 - 15:10 Plenary 3 13:30 Jenna Martin, Adam Reynolds, Richard Knuckey, Morgan Prachett
INFLUENCE OF WATER TEMPERATURE ON THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF CORAL TROUT (Plectropomus leopardus)
13:50 Nicole Kirchhoff, Melanie J. Leef, David Ellis, John P. Purser, Barbara F. Nowak
EFFECTS OF THE FIRST TWO MONTHS OF RANCHING ON THE HEALTH OF SOUTHERN BLUEFIN TUNA Thunnus maccoyii
14:10 Brett Ingram, Hui King Ho, Thuy T.T. Nguyen, Giovanni Turchini, Tracey Bradley, Aaron
Blume CURRENT RESEARCH IN MURRAY COD AQUACULTURE
14:30 Shari Cohen, Brett A. Ingram, Tracey Bradley, Peter Mansell, Christina McGowan, Glenn
Browning FISHING FOR INFORMATION: A SURVEY AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF COMMERCIALLY GROWN MURRAY COD IN DAMS PRIMARILY USED FOR IRRIGATION.
14:50 Mohamad Fadjar, Sri Andayani, Achmad Firmansyah, Ikhwan Catur N.
ANALYSIS OF GROWTH AND FLOCK BACTERIA ON TILAPIA (Oreochromis niloticus) JUVENILE PRODUCTION IN SUPERINTENSIVE BACKYARD SYSTEM USING DIFFERENT C/N RATIO OF BIOFLOC TECHNOLOGY CRUSTACEAN GENETICS - FROM THEORY TO FUNCTION
Thursday, May 03 13:30 - 15:10 Meeting Room 218 13:30 Dean Jerry, Kyall R. Zenger
THE PROMISE OF GENOMIC TECHNOLOGIES - WHAT ARE THE PREREQUISITE STEPS TO ENSURE THEIR SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION INTO SHRIMP BREEDING PROGRAMS
14:10 Nigel Preston, Philip L. Hertzler
UNDERSTANDING THE MECHANISMS THAT GOVERN GENDER AND FERTILITY IN PENAEID SHRIMP
14:30 Stuart Arnold, Greg Coman, Mauricio Emerenciano
GENDER INFLUENCES ON REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN DOMESTICATED Penaeus monodon
14:50 Nick Wade
THE ROLE OF GENETICS IN CRUSTACEAN COLOURATION. RECIRCULATING AQUACULTURE
Thursday, May 03 13:30 - 15:10 Meeting Room 217 13:30 Thomas Losordo, Todd Guerdat
TREATMENT SYSTEMS OPTIONS FOR WASTEWATER FROM MARINE RECIRCULATING AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS
13:50 Jane Sargison
THE OPTIMISATION OF AQUACULTURE TANK DESIGN USING THREE DIMENSIONAL COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
14:10 Mervyn Ogston, Kenneth Glomsett
TOTAL DISSOLVED GASES IN WATER - A PRACTICAL LOOK AT WHAT THIS MEANS IN AQUACULTURE APPLICATIONS 14:30 In Kwon Jang
BIOFLOC-BASED SUPER-INTENSIVE SHRIMP PRODUCTION IN GREENHOUSE SYSTEM AND SOME EXAMPLES OF COMMERCIAL FARMS IN SOUTH KOREA
14:50 Tarunamulia, Jesmond Sammut, Jenny Beer
AN EVALUATION OF THE ENGINEERING SUITABILITY OF EXTENSIVE AQUACULTURE PONDS IN BARRU, SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA FINFISH NUTRITION - FEEDING AND FEEDS, COMMERCIAL PERSPECTIVES
Thursday, May 03 13:30 - 15:10 Meeting Room 209 Chair: Mark Porter, Rhys Hauler & Mark Booth 13:30 Levy Loreto Manalac, Lukas Manomaitis
COMPARISON OF ASA-IM SOY-OPTIMIZED FORMULATED FEED AND COMMERCIAL FEED USING THE AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL MARKETING PROGRAM’S LOW VOLUME, HIGH DENSITY CAGE AQUACULTURE TECHNOLOGIES WITH TILAPIA Oreochromis niloticus IN A PHILIPPINE TILAPIA COMMERCIAL CAGE FARM ON TAAL LAKE
13:50 Matthew Bransden, Gaston Lopez, Patrick Miller, ben Wybourne
ON-FARM FEED MANAGEMENT: THERE’S MORE TO FEEDING THAN JUST FEED
14:10 Joseph Kearns
GENERAL DISCUSSION OF CURRENT TOPICS AS THEY RELATE TO AQUATIC FEED PRODUCTION AND USE OF EXTRUSION COOKING
14:30 Nicole Ruff, Rhys Hauler, Matthew Bransden, Leo Nankervis, Roar Sandvik
HATCHERY FEED TECHNOLOGY – PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE OUTLOOK OF SALMON STARTER FEEDS, RECIRCULATION AND TRANSFER DIETS
14:50 Lukas Manomaitis
CHALLENGES TO MOVING THE MARINE FISH AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY FOCUS IN ASIA TO SOUTHEAST ASIA: THE AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL MARKETING PROGRAM’S APPROACH AND PERSPECTIVE OPEN OCEAN AQUACULTURE
Thursday, May 03 15:50 - 17:30 Plenary 3 16:30 Tim Dempster, Ø Jensen, P Sanchez-Jerez, S Somarakis, D Jackson, C Noble
ASSESSING THE CAUSES AND DEVELOPING MEASURES TO PREVENT THE ESCAPE OF FISH FROM SEA-CAGE AQUACULTURE (PREVENT ESCAPE)
16:50 Nicole Kirchhoff, Kirsty M. Rough, Barbara F. Nowak
MOVING CAGES FURTHER OFFSHORE: EFFECTS ON SOUTHERN BLUEFIN TUNA T. maccoyii PARASITES, HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE CRUSTACEAN HUSBANDRY - PROPAGATE AND PAMPER
Thursday, May 03 15:50 - 17:30 Meeting Room 218 15:50 S. C. Battaglene, Q. P. Fitzgibbon
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TEMPERATE SPINY LOBSTER PROPAGATION AT IMAS TASMANIA
16:10 Maria Lourdes Cuvin-Aralar, Alma Lazartigue-Patricio, Emiliano Aralar
EFFECT OF SUBSTRATE AREA ON THE CULTURE OF THE GIANT FRESHWATER PRAWN Macrobrachium rosenbergii IN LAKE-BASED CAGES
16:30 Anik M Hariati
NITRITE DEGRADING ABILITY OF Nitrospira sp ISOLATED FROM SHRIMP TAMBAKS SEDIMENT IN EAST JAVA INDONESIA
16:50 Q.P. Fitzgibbon, S. Battaglene
EFFECT OF PHOTOPERIOD ON DEVELOPMENT AND METAMORPHOSIS OF SPINY LOBSETR (Sagmariasus verreauxi)
17:10 Angela Henderson, Richard Knuckey, Daryl Harper
HIGH DENSITY PRODUCTION OF THE CALANOID COPEPOD Parvocalanus crassirostris IN A RECIRCULATING SYSTEM MOLLUSCS - HEALTH
Thursday, May 03 15:50 - 17:30 Meeting Room 217 16:30 Ika Paul-Pont, Navneet Dhand, Ana Rubio, Richard Whittington
PACIFIC OYSTER MORTALITY SYNDROME – EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY TO REDUCE ECONOMIC LOSSES
17:10 Serge Corbeil, Lynette Williams, Vin Gannon, Mark St.J Crane
EVALUATION OF ABALONE VIRAL GANGLIONEURITIS RESISTANCE AMONGST WILD ABALONE POPULATIONS ALONG THE VICTORIAN COAST STANDARDS, SECURITY & INTEGRITY
Thursday, May 03 15:50 - 17:30 Meeting Room 209 Chair: James Rose & Geoff Gorrie/Seafood CRC,FRDC PLENARY, DAY 3
Ben Hayes, Research Leader (Livestock Genomics) Department of Primary Industries, Victoria General Manager, Global Business Development The Woolmark Company FINFISH - HEALTH SESSION
10:40 Alicia Gallardo Lagno
INFECTIOUS SALMON ANEMIA (ISA): CHILEAN EXPERIENCE IN SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL
11:20 Matt Landos, Michelle Dennis, Stephen Pyecroft
HEALTH MANAGEMENT OF YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola lalandi
11:40 Megan C. Stride, Adam Polkinghorne, Terrence L. Miller, Barbara F. Nowak
EPITHELIOCYSTIS IN FINFISH: AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE
12:00 Paul Hardy-Smith
CLINICAL EVALUATION OF 5 ANTHELMINTICS FOR TREATMENT OF BLOOD FLUKE Cardicola forsteri INFESTATION IN SOUTHERN BLUEFIN TUNA Thunnus maccoyii.
13:30 Alex Obach, Charles McGurk, Linda Jensen
FUNCTIONAL FEEDS TO IMPROVE HEALTH STATUS IN FISH
13:50 Hui King Ho, Brett A. Ingram, Giovanni M. Turchini, David S. Francis, Aaron Blume
USE OF IMMUNOSTIMULANTS IN THE DIET IN MURRAY COD Maccullochella peelii.
14:10 Tim Dempster, T Kristiansen, Ø Korsøen, J.E. Fosseidengen, F Oppedal
MODIFYING SALMON (Salmo salar) BEHAVIOUR TO FACILITATE INNOVATION OF SEA LICE CONTROL TECHNIQUES
14:30 Luis O.B. Afonso, Tiago Hori, Stewart S. Johnson, Matthew L. Rise, Kurt Gamperl
DIVERGENT STRESS RESPONSIVENESS IN JUVENILE ATLANTIC COD (Gadus morhua) SUBJECTED TO A LONG-TERM HANDLING STRESS CRUSTACEAN NUTRITION - FUTURE FEEDS
Friday, May 04 10:40 - 12:20 Meeting Room 218 11:00 Brett Glencross, Simon Irvin, Stuart Arnold, Mike Anderson, David Blyth, Nigel Preston
USING NOVEL BIOACTIVES IN THE PRODUCTION OF FARMED SHRIMP – CURRENT IMPACTS AND FUTURE POTENTIAL
11:20 Hsiang Pin Lan
PACIFIC WHITE SHRIMP Litopenaeus vannamei PRODUCTION IN HIGH SOYMEAL DIET WITH ALGAL MEAL
11:40 Rudy A Nugroho, Ravi Fotedar
DOES DIETARY ORGANIC SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION IMPROVE PHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITION OF CULTURED MARRON Cherax tenuimanus (Smith 1912)? 12:00 Nick Wade, Mike Anderson, Melony Sellars, Ron Tume, Nigel Preston, Brett Glencross
THE PRESENCE OF THE PROTEIN CRUSTACYANIN IN PRAWN HYPODERMAL TISSUE IS CRITICAL TO ACHIEVING HIGH COLOUR GRADE SCORES. STANDARDS, SECURITY & INTEGRITY
Friday, May 04 10:40 - 12:20 Meeting Room 217 MOLLUSCS - HUSBANDRY
Friday, May 04 10:40 - 15:10 Meeting Room 216 10:40 Brett A. Ingram, Sam Jahangard, Mike Williams, Thuy T.T. Nguyen, John Mercer, Nathan
O'Mahony BREEDING FOR SUCCESS: AN OVERVIEW ON HATCHERY PRODUCTION OF AUSTRALIAN BLUE MUSSELS IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
11:20 Sam Jahangard, Mike Williams, John Mercer, Nathan O'Mahony, Brett A. Ingram
HATCHERY PRODUCTION AND FARMING OF AUSTRALIAN BLUE MUSSELS IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
11:40 Isla Fitridge, Michael Keough
FOUL FRIENDS OR FOE? THE IMPACT OF HYDROID BIOFOULING IN COMMERCIAL MUSSEL CULTURE
13:30 Aswani Volety, Katherine McFarland, Molly Rybovich, Shirley Baker, Patrick Baker, Lacey
Heine TEMPERATURE, SALINITY AND DESSICCATION TOLERANCE OF THE GREEN MUSSEL Perna viridis IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA: IMPLICATIONS FOR LOCAL ECOSYSTEMS
14:10 Henry Kaspar, Nick King, Jolene Taylor, Dan McCall, Elizabeth Keys
CONTINUOUS CULTURE OF Chaetoceros calcitrans IN A SYSTEM SUITABLE FOR COMMERCIAL HATCHERIES
14:30 Ana Rubio, Pia Winberg, Andy R. Davis, Robin Warner, Lisa Kirkendale
OYSTER INFORMATION PORTAL – AN INNOVATIVE TOOL TO BETTER MANAGE THE OYSTER INDUSTRY MARKETING & PROMOTION
Friday, May 04 10:40 - 12:20 Meeting Room 209 Chair: Sam Gordon & Miles Toomey/Seafood CRC,FRDC SALMON & TROUT: HUSBANDRY & ENVIRONMENT
Friday, May 04 10:40 - 15:10 Meeting Room 208 Chair: Catriona MacLeod & Linda Sams 10:40 Frode Oppedal
CAGE ENVIRONMENT, SALMON BEHAVIOUR AND TECHNOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT
11:20 Thomas Elzey, George Terry
ECONOMIC AND POWER EFFICIENT OXYGEN GENERATION FOR MAINSTREAM CANADA CAGE SALMON GROW OUT OPERATIONS USING PCI’s VSA TECHNOLOGY
11:40 Robin Katersky Barnes, Harry King, Chris Carter
HYPOXIA TOLERANCE AND OXYGEN REGULATION IN TASMANIAN ATLANTIC SALMON Salmo salar
12:00 Mark Booth, Mike Thomson, Ian Russell, Mitchell Elkins
IMPLICATIONS OF HYPOXIA AND TEMPERATURE ON GROWTH RATE, FEED INTAKE AND SURVIVAL OF JUVENILE YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola lalandi
14:10 Belinda Yaxley, Cameron Dalgleish, Dom O'Brien
IMPROVING WATER QUALITY IN CAGE FINFISH AQUACULTURE: MANAGING NET BIOFOULING IN TASMANIA
14:30 Isla Fitridge, Jana Guenther, Ekrem Misimi
ECO-FRIENDLY TREATMENTS TO REDUCE HYDROID BIOFOULING ON AQUACULTURE NETS
14:50 Mark Adams
AQUI-S® AS A TRANSFER AND TREATMENT TOOL DURING FRESHWATER BATHING OF ATLANTIC SALMON Salmo salar AFFECTED BY AMOEBIC GILL DISEASE (AGD) CRUSTACEANS - GENERAL
Friday, May 04 13:30 - 15:10 Meeting Room 218 13:30 Maryam Mohammadyektaduguri, H Khara, Z Gholamiparashkuh, S.A Mousavi
EFFECTS OF MINERALS MATERIAL (CA,P) ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL IN Astacus leptodactylus
13:50 Baby Joseph, Gopinathan Anilkumar
EFFECT OF EYESTALK ABLATION IN THE ANDROGENIC GLAND OF THE CRAB Metopograpsus messor INVESTMENT SESSION
Friday, May 04 13:30 - 15:10 Meeting Room 209 STOCK ENHANCEMENT
Friday, May 04 15:50 - 17:30 Meeting Room 218 16:30 D.J. Russell, D.R. Jerry, PA Thuesen, F.E. Thomson, C. Smith-Keune, T.N. Power
BARRAMUNDI STOCKING IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA: WHAT ARE THE ECOLOGICAL AND GENETIC IMPACTS? 16:50 Homayoun Hosseinzadeh, Hossein Toloee, Hossein Abdolhay, Kambiz Khedmati, Javad
Sayadfar IMPRINTING OF KUTUM (RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM) USING MORPHOLINE IN SOUTHERN PART OF THE CASPIAN SEA
17:10 Somayeh Nodehsharifi, Ali Rezaei Shirazi, Ali akbar Pasandi, Hodeis Abbasi Ghadikolaei
ANALYZED THE GENDER SPERATION OF BELUGA (HUSO huso) STROUGEN FISHERIES BLADE COOPRATIVE FROM THE EAST AND WEST COAST OF GOLESTAN PROVINCE IN IRANIAN CASPIAN SEA WATERS SINCE2003-2006. SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE
Friday, May 04 15:50 - 17:30 Meeting Room 217 Chair: Lukas Manomaitis & Frances Bender MOLLUSCS - GENETICS
Friday, May 04 15:50 - 17:30 Meeting Room 216 15:50 Helcio Luis de Almeida Marques, Ligia Coletti Bernadochi, Jose Luis Alves,
GROWTH OF PEARL OYSTER SEED (Pinctada imbricata) CULTURED AT TWO DIFFERENT DEPTHS IN CARAGUATATUBA, SP, SOUTHEAST BRAZIL
16:10 Penny Miller, Nicholas Elliott, Anthony Koutoulis, Peter Kube, Rene Vaillancourt
DEVELOPMENT OF TOOLS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF GENETICS IN POLYPLOID PACIFIC OYSTERS Crassostrea gigas
16:50 Jane E. Symonds, Graeme Moss, Rodney Roberts, Phil Heath, Seumas P. Walker, Peter
Amer, Neville Jopson IMPROVING THE GROWTH OF NEW ZEALAND ABALONE Haliotis iris THROUGH SELECTIVE BREEDING
17:10 Chamilani Nikapitiya, Jehee Lee
EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF NOVEL SERPIN TYPE SERINE PROTEASE INHIBITOR FROM DISK ABALONE (Haliotis discus discus) WRAP-UP SESSION
Friday, May 04 17:30 - 18:00 Meeting Room 208 MARKETING & PROMOTION POSTERS
Mario Velasco, Valeska Weymann, Valeska Weymann
GLOBALG.A.P. AQUACULTURE CERTIFICATION: ONE STANDARD INCLUSIVE OF MANY
SPECIES FOR THE ENTIRE PRODUCTION CHAIN
FINFISH - POST HARVEST POSTERS
Allison Burton, Benjamin S. Forward, Jake Elliott, Patricia Evans, Rachael Ritchie
OFFSPRING: AN EGG TO PLATE TRACEABILITY PROGRAM FOR ATLANTIC SALMON
COMBINING DNA AND BIOINFORMATICS
Brett Ingram, Simone J. Rochfort, Julia Kent
VICTORIAN SEAFOOD AS A SOURCE OF BIOACTIVES: A CASE STUDY FEATURING
BLUE MUSSELS AND MURRAY COD
Barbara Montwill
ANIMAL DRUG RESIDUES IN AQUACULTURED PRODUCTS - STILL A PROBLEM?
FINFISH - HEALTH MANAGEMENT POSTERS
Mojdeh Chelemal Dezfoul Nejad, Marzieh Jahangirizadeh, Mehrzad Mesbah, Mehran
Javaheri Babouli
CHARACTERIZATION OF BLOOD CELLS AND HEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN
PANGASIUS HYPOPHTALMUS
Amir Abbas Esmaeilzadeh, Mohammad Hossein Bazghandi, Farbod Hajibashi
EFFECT OF CINNAMOMUM CAMPHORA AND THYMUS AS ANTIMICROBIAL ON THE
PETROPHYLLUM SCALARE FISH
Majid Hashemi, Mir Masoud Sajjadi, Behzad Emdadi
THE EFFECT OF ZEOLITE (Clinoptiolite) AND CLOVE OIL (Eugenia caryophyllata) during
transportation of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) ON SURVIVAL RATE AND BLOOD
INDICES OF STRESS
Majid Hashemi, Mir Masoud Sajjadi
THE EFFECT OF ZEOLITE (Clinoptiolite) AND CLOVE OIL (Eugenia caryophyllata) ON
SURVIVAL, WATER PHYSICOCHEMICAL FACTORS IN TERM OF TRANSPORTATION ON
RAINBOW TROUT (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
Iman Heydari, Hosseain Khara, Shaban Ali Nezami, Habib Vahabzadeh
EFFECT OF AGE ON SOME HEMATOLOGICAL CELLULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL FACTORS
IN BIGHEAD CARP ) Aristichthys nobilis (
Parisa Hosseini, Habib Vahabzade, Mohammad Sayyad Bourani, Rezvanollah Kazemi, Abas
Ali Zamini
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RED BLOOD CELLS COUNTING, NUMBER AND TYPE OF
WHITE BLOOD CELLS OF RAINBOW TROUT FINGERLING ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS IN
FRESH WATER AND BRACKISH WATER
Bidhan Chandra Patra
A STUDY ON THE GENDER AND SOCIO-ECONOMICS IN COASTAL FISHERIES OF WEST
BENGAL, INDIA
Kathryn Schuller, Peter Bain
DEVELOPMENT OF CONTINUOUS CELL LINES FROM SOUTHERN BLUEFIN TUNA
Thunnus maccoyii
Erfan Shahkar, Mahmoud Mohseni, Sungchul C. Bai
EFFECTS OF FOUR DIFFERENT SALINITIES ON THE HEMATOLOGICAL RESPONSES
OF FINGERLING PERSIAN STURGEON, Acipenser persicus
Mostafa Sharif Rohani, Masoud Haghighi
A STUDY OF THE ANESTHETIC EFFECT OF zataria multiflora boiss (Labiatae) ESSENCE
ON CULTIVATED oncorhynchus mykiss AND salmo trutta caspius
FINFISH - NUTRITION POSTERS
Soodabeh Abdolbaghian, Shahla Jamili, Reza Jagiri
EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND DIET ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF ANGEL
LARVAE (PTEROPHYLLUM SCALARE)
Yasser Abdollahtabar, Mehdi Shamsai, Behzad Sarvi
EVALUATION GROWTH PARAMETERS AND COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF CASPIAN
KUTUM (Rutilus frisii kutum) FRY FED WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SYNBIOTIC
(BIOMIN? IMBO)
Mark Booth, Richard Smullen, Denise Magendans, Geoff Allan
EFFECT OF WINTER OF SUMMER WATER TEMPERATURE ON WEIGHT GAIN, FEED
INTAKE AND FEED CONVERSION RATION OF JUVENILE YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola
lalandi FED A RANGE OF DIFFERENT COMMERCIAL AQUAFEEDS
Behzad Emdadi, Mir Masud Sajjadi
EFFECT OF DIFFERENT DIETARY SOYBEAN MEAL LEVELS ON INTESTINAL
MORPHOLOGY OF JUVENILE STELLATE STURGEON Acipenser stellatus
Behzad Emdadi, Mir Masud Sajjadi
DETERMINATION OF NUTRITIONAL AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE, SURVIVAL AND
BODY COMPOSITION OF JUVENILE STELLATE STURGEON Acipenser stellatus AT
DIFFERENT FEEDING FREQUENCY
Behzad Emdadi, Mir Masud Sajjadi
EFFECT OF FISH MEAL SUBSTITUTION WITH SOYBEAN MEAL ON BODY COMPOSITION
AND PLASMA BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF JUVENILE STELLATE STURGEON
Acipenser stellatus
Behzad Emdadi, Mir Masud Sajjadi, Mohamad Ali Yazdani, Mahmood Shakurian
DETERMINATION OF INTESTINAL BACTERIA IN FARMED STELLATE STURGEON
Acipenser stellatus AT DIFFERENT DIETARY SOYBEAN MEAL LEVELS
Mehrdad Farhangi, Behnaz Assadi Moghaddam, Chris Carter, Omid Safari
EFFECT OF DIFFERENT DIETARY INCLUSION LEVELS OF NEW DEVELOPED
FERMENTED CANOLA PROTEIN CONCENTRATES ON IMMUNOLOGICAL AND
HAEMOTOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF RAINBOW TROUT Oncorhynchus mykiss EXPOSED
TO AIR-DIPPING STRESS
Mehrdad Farhangi, Soolmaz Mirzapour Rezaee, Saeed Rajabifar, Gholamreza Rafiee,
Marziyeh Heydariyeh, Omid Safari, Hossein Ali Ghasemi
STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT DIETARY INCLUSION LEVELS OF
MANNANOLIGOSACCHARIDE AND FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDE ON GROWTH AND
DIGESTIVE ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN REGAL PEACOCK Aulonocara stuartgranti
Mehrdad Farhangi, Bagher Yakhchali, Parvin Shawrang, Masoomeh Mehraban Sang Atash,
Sunghul Charles Bai
PRODUCING A NOVEL CANOLA PROTEIN CONCENTRATE USING SOLID STATE
FERMENTATION TECHNIQUE FOR RAINBOW TROUT Oncorhynchus mykiss
Mehrdad Farhangi, Omid Safari, Chris Carter, Bagher Yakhchali, Parvin Shawrang,
Masoomeh Mehraban Sang Atash, Sunghul Charles Bai
IN VIVO AND IN VITRO DIGESTIBILITY OF DIFFERENT NOVEL CANOLA PROTEIN
CONCENTRATES DEVELOPED BY SOLID STATE FERMENTATION TECHNIQUE IN
RAINBOW TROUT Oncorhynchus mykiss
Anahita Farhoudi, Abdolmohammad Abedian Kenari, Ammar Salehi Farsani, Mojdeh
Chelemal Dezfoul Neja, Vahid Chamanara
ONTOGENY CHANGES OF AMINO ACIDS IN DEVELOPING EGGS AND LARVAE OF
YELLOWFIN SEABREAM, ACANTHOPAGRUS LATUS
Noor Khan, Yvan Chouinard, Grant Vandenberg, Noureen Qureshi
A PRELIMINARY STUDY TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF SUPPLEMENTARY DIETS ON
THE FATTY ACID PROFILE OF DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS OF INDIAN MAJOR CARPS
(Catla catla, Cirrhinus mrigala AND Labeo rohita) IN SEMI-INTENSIVE CULTURE SYSTEM
Arezo Khodabandehlo, Hossein Khara
COMPARISON OF LIVE FOOD (NEREIS DIVERSICOLOR AND DAPHNIA MOINA) AND
CONCENTRATE DIETS WERE ON THE BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND FATTY ACID
PROFILES IN THE ACIPENSER PERSICUS LARVAE
Shahid Mahboob, Sultan Haider
ISOLATION AND CHRECTERIZATION OF COLLAGEN FROM SKIN, SCALES AND FINS OF
Cyprinus carpio AND Hypophthylmicthys molitrix
Aki Miyashima, Tomonari Kotani, Noriko Watanabe, Hiroshi Fushimi
CULTIVATION METHODS OF EURYHALINE ROTIFER BRACHIONUS PLICATILIS AFFECT
THE RESPIRATOLY METABOLIC RATE OF LARVAL RED SEA BREAM PAGRUS MAJOR
Hamid Mohammadiazarm, Abdolmohamad Abedian Kenari, Mehdi Hedayati
GROWTH RESPONSE, FATTY ACID PROFILE AND BODY COMPOSITION OF RAINBOW
TROUT Oncorhynchus mykiss FRY FED DIETS CONTAINING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF
SOYBEAN AND EGG LECITHIN
Tahereh Naji, Homayon Hosseinzadeh Sahafi, sima Omidi
THE EFFECTS OF PUMPKIN SEEDS AND 17ß ESTRADIOL(E2) ON HPG AXIS IN
Trichogaster trichopterus
Tahereh Naji, Homayon Hosseinzadeh Sahafi, Solmaz Rezaee
THE EFFECTS OF SILYMARIN ON MATURATION OF OOCYTES IN FEMALE Trichogaster
trichopterus
Reham Negm, Jennifer Cobcroft, Malcolm Brown, Barbara Nowak, Stephen Battaglene
THE EFFECT OF DIETARY VITAMIN A DURIING ROTIFER FEEDING ON THE
PERFORMANCE AND SKELETON FORMATION OF STRIPED TRUMPETER Latris lineata
REARED IN GREEN AND CLEAR WATER
Bidhan Chandra Patra, Shampa Ptra, Joydev Maity
EVALUATING THE NUTRITIONAL CONDITION OF AN INDIAN CLIMBING PERCH, Anabas
testudineus (Bloch) FINGERLINGS BY THE RNA/DNA, Ca/P RATIO IN MUSCLE AND
PROTEIN BIO-SYNTHESIS RATE IN LIVER AND MUSCLE
Bidhan Chandra Patra
INTESTINAL SEROSAL ABSORPTION OF AMINO ACIDS IN TELEOST FISHES
Maede Talebi, Hossein Khara
MEASURMENT OF BLOOD FACTORS IN RAINBOW TROUT FED WITH LUTEIN
Michele Thompson, Rebecca Lochmann
THE EFFECTS OF A DIETARY PREBIOTIC IN COMBINATION WITH MENHADEN OIL OR
FLAXSEED OIL ON THE GROWTH, HEALTH, FATTY ACID COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF CHANNEL CATFISH
Annita Seok Kian Yong, Shing Yau Ooi
FEEDING MARBLE GOBY Oxyeleotris marmorata WITH FORMULATED FEED AT
DIFFERENT DIETARY LIPID LEVELS
FINFISH - HUSBANDRY & ENVIRONMENT POSTERS
Afshin Ghelichi, Noormohammad Makhdoomi, Sarah Jorjani, Reza Akrami, Ali Taheri
EFFECT OF OVARIAN STAGE ON SEX STEROIDS AND CALCIUM AT DIFFERENT AGES
IN FEMALE BELUGA Huso huso
Jonathan Moorhead, Chaoshu Zeng
BROODSTOCK MANAGEMENT, EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT AND FIRST FEEDING IN
TWO MARINE ORNAMENTAL FISHES
Bidhan Chandra Patra, Shampa Patra, Partha Bandyopadhyay, S Ayyappan, Biplab Sarkar
FISH BLOOD PARAMETERS BE USED AS BIOSENSOR
Hassan Sareban, Ehsan Bozorgi, Ehsan Kamrani, MirMassud Sajjadi
CULTURE TWO TIMES A YEAR WHITELEG SHRIMP Litopenaeus vannamei IN FARM
SOUTH OF IRAN
Khadijeh Shamekhi Ranjbar, Rahman Patimar, Rasol Ghorbani Nasrabadi, Zia Kordjazi,
Seyed Hassan Hosseini, Azim Azimi, Erfan Shahkar
LENGTH– FECUNDITY RELATIONSHIP, WEIGHT – FECUNDITY RELATIONSHIP,
GONADOSOMATIC INDEX OF Capoeta capoeta gracilis (Keyserling, 1861) IN THE TWO STREAMS OF GORGANROUD RIVER BASIN, GOLESTAN, IRAN FINFISH - HATCHERY & GENETICS POSTERS
Khalid Abbas, Xiaoyun Zhou, Zexia Gao, Weimin Wang
GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION IN POPULATIONS OF CHINESE LOACH, Misgurnus
anguillicaudatus AS REVEALED BY MICROSATELLITE MARKERS
Ahmad Bitaraf
MASULINIZIATION OF NILE TILAPIA Oreochromis niloticus LARVAE BY IMMERSION IN
METHYL DI HYDRO TESTOSTERONE UNDER THE CONDITION OF BRACKISH WATER
Ahmad Bitaraf
MASCULINIZATION IN NILE TILAPIA Oreochromis niloticus BY ORALLY TREATMENT OF
17-? METHYL TESTOSTERONE
Ahmad Bitaraf
LETROZOLE AS AN ANTI-AROMATSE IN MASULINIZIATION OF NILE TILAPIA
Oreochromis niloticus FRIES
Seyedeh Zahra Fallah Shamsi, Shaban Ali Nezami, Hossein Khara, Shahrooz Baradaran
Noveiri, Ali Reza Alipour, Maryam Najafi
DETERMINING OF SPERMATOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN ARTIFICIAL
PROPAGATION EFFICIENCY OF MIGRANT WHITE FISH (Rutilus frisii kutum, Kamensky
1901) TO SEFID RIVER
Nasim Jadidi, Hossein Khara, Shaban Ali Nezami, Shahrooz Baradaran Noveiri, Shahrooz
Baradaran Noveiri
EFFECT OF BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN SPERM, THE EFFICIENCY OF ARTIFICIAL
REPRODUCTION OF RAINBOW TROUT
Wayne Knibb, Paul Whatmore, Dan Powell, Anna Kuballa, Rob Lamont, Abigail Elizur, Mike
Thompson, Adam Miller, Erin Bubner, Trent D’Antignana, Morten Diechmann, Trevor
Anderson, Courtney Remilton
ESTIMATION OF GENETIC PARAMETERS FROM INDUSTRIAL CROPS
Yair Y. Kohn, Jane Symonds
EVALUATION OF EGG QUALITY PARAMETERS AS PREDICTORS OF HATCHING
SUCCESS AND EARLY LARVAL SURVIVAL IN HAPUKU (Polyprion oxygeneios)
Zhenhua Ma, Jian G. Qin, Wayne Hutchinson, Bennan Chen
TEMPERATURE REGULATES THE GROWTH, SURVIVAL AND JAW MALFORMATION OF
YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH Seriola lalandi LARVAE
Seumas Walker, Jane Symonds, Mike Ingram, Jon Bailey, Ken Dodds, Paul Fisher, Shannon
Clarke, Rudi Brauning, John McEwan, Peter Amer, Michael Bruce
CHINOOK SALMON FEED CONVERSION EFFICIENCY: EVALUATION AND POTENTIAL
FOR SELECTION.
RECIRCULATING AQUACULTURE POSTERS
Tae-Ho Kim, Kyu Serk Hwang
DEVELOPMENT OF A REMOTELY OPERATED SUBMERSIBLE FISH CAGE SYSTEM
PRAWNS & CRUSTACEANS - HEALTH MANAGEMENT POSTERS
Dominique Pham, Dominique Ansquer, Nelly Wabete, Yannick Labreuche
OSMOREGULATION IN THE PACIFIC BLUE SHRIMP Litopenaeus stylirostris IN NEW
CALEDONIA : FIRST ATTEMPTS TO ELUCIDATE THE MOLECULAR BASES OF SALINITY
ACCLIMATION AND ION TRANSPORT.
PRAWNS & CRUSTACEANS - HUSBANDRY & ENVIRONMENT POSTERS
Chamilani Nikapitiya, Marta Gomez Chiarri
EXPRESSION OF AN OYSTER SERINE PROTEASE INHIBITOR IN RESPONSE TO
BACTERIAL AND PARASITIC CHALLENGE: A POTENTIAL MARKER FOR DISEASE
RESISTANCE?
PRAWNS & CRUSTACEANS - HATCHERY & GENETICS POSTERS
Hung Dinh, Thanh Vu Nguyen, Hong Nguyen Nguyen, Raul W. Ponzoni, David A. Hurwood,
Peter B. Mather
FAMILY-BASED SELECTIVE BREEDING OF GIANT FRESHWATER PRAWN
(Macrobrachium Rosenbergii) IN VIETNAM
MOLLUSCS - HEALTH MANAGEMENT POSTERS
Said Al-Barwani, J. S. Goddard, Kamaruzzaman Yunus, Khan Ahmed Jalal, S Shahbudin,
M.S. Mohd Zahir
HEAVY METALS IN ROCK OYSTERS Saccostrea cucullata AND BROWN MUSSELS Perna
perna FROM THE ARABIAN SEA AND SEA OF OMAN
MOLLUSCS - HUSBANDRY & ENVIRONMENT POSTERS
Fariborz Ehteshami
THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF THREE MICROALGAE SPECIES FED ON Pinctada
margaritifera LARVAE IN NORTH COAST OF PERSIAN GULF
Muhammad Fadzli Hassan, Heow Pueh Lee, Siak Piang Lim
EFFECTS OF SHEAR AND SURFACE ROUGHNESS ON THE ATTACHMENT OF
Oscillatoria sp. FILAMENTS ON STAINLESS STEEL SUBSTRATES FOR HUSBANDRY OF
AQUATIC SNAILS
Ana Rubio, Ika Paul-Pont, Richard Whittington, Pia Winberg, Helen Davies, Peter Coad, Andy
R. Davis, Lisa Kirkendale, Robin Warner, Broken Bay Oyster Growers, Merimbula Oyster
Growers, Pambula Oyster Growers, Shoalhaven Oyster Growers AN INNOVATIVE PROGRAM TO MONITOR OYSTER AND ESTUARINE HEALTH MOLLUSCS - HATCHERY & GENETICS POSTERS
Navaneethaiyer Umasuthan, Kasthuri S. Revathy, Jehee Lee
A MOLLUSCAN SIGMA LIKE GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASE: INSLICO, BIOCHEMICAL
CHARECTERIZATION AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION
GENERAL POSTERS
Mads Joakim Birkeland, Flemming Møhlenberg
ECOLOGICAL AND HYDRODYNAMIC MODELING OF INTEGRATED MULTI-TROPHIC
AQUACULTURE FACILITIES
Sam Davies, Graham Mair, James Harris
FEEDING TRIAL FOR CANDIDATE BAITWORM Perinereis vallata: CULTURE WITHOUT
MARINE INGREDIENTS APPEARS POSSIBLE
Reza Faizbakhsh
PROPERTY RIGHTS QUALITY AND ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF IRANIAN
AQUACULTURE MANAGEMENT
Pegah Gheshlaghi
DISSOLVED OXYGEN MODEL ON FISH GROWTH IN RAIN BOW TROUT AQUACULTURE
OF THE IRAN
Hossein Ghorbanizadeh Kharazi, Mojdeh Chelemal Dezfoul Nejad, Nahid Toolabi
STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON PEAK TIME OF SNOWMELT
RUNOFF IN KAROON BASIN
Carlos Alberto Silva, Silvia Falco, Miguel Rodilla
PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF TOXICITY OF SEDIMENTS BELOW MARINE FISHCAGE
FARMING Sparus aurata IN VALENCIA - SPAIN
OTHER SPECIES POSTERS
Philip Chamberlain, Matthew Johnson, Vicki Watts, Dane Smith
THE FEASABILITY OF FRESH WATER TURTLE FARMING IN AUSTRALIA – ON FARM
RESEARCH
Pedro Encarnação, Michaela Mohln, Kidchakan Suppamataya, Elisabeth Mayer
Enterococcus faecium IS AN EFFECTIVE PROBIOTIC STRAIN FOR AQUATIC SPECIES
Abdollah Esmaeilzadeh, Hossein Rameshi, Hassan Sareban, Mohammad Movahedinya
EFFECT OF SARDIN, SQUID AND PADINA ALGAE POWDERS ON THE GROWTH AND
SURVIVAL OF JUVENILES SEA CUCUMBER SPECIES Holothuria scabra (Jaeger 1833) IN
PERSIAN GULF
Fereshteh Faal, Shahla Jamili, Fatemeh Vahidi, Nahid Khamkhaji
EFFECT OF COLOR LIGHT ON GROWTH, AND GLUCOSE LEVEL OF
CICHLIDE(LABEOTROPHEUS TREWAVASAE)
Pegah Gheshlagi
Growth comparisons in beluga, (Huso huso) reared in 4 ratios fed in farm at Caspian Sea
Chen-Huei Huang, Sheng-Chia Huang
DIETATRY ZINC REQUIREMENTS OF SOFT-SHELLED TURTLES, Pelodiscus sinensis,
FED DIETS CONTAINING PHYTIC ACID
Cathy Johnston, Ian Jameson, Lesley Clementson, Susan I. Blackburn
THE CSIRO MICROALGAE SUPPLY SERVICE: SUPPLYING QUALITY MICROALGAE
FROM THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ALGAE CULTURE COLLECTION
Mojtaba Shahidian, Mohamadreza Fatemi, Issa Sharifpour, Ali Mashinchian, Eftekhar
Mahdavi Shirvani, Shahla Jamili
EFFECTS OF A 17a-METHYL TESTOSTERONE ON COLOR IN THE SCAT (Scatophagus
Argus)
STOCK ENHANCEMENT POSTERS
Mahmoud Mohseni, Gun-Hyun Park, Jun-Ho Lee, Okorie Eme Okorie, Jun-Young Bae, Craig
Browdy, Anant Bharadwaj, Sungchul C. Bai
EFFECTS OF DIETARY ORGANIC AND INORGANIC COPPER ON GROWTH,
HEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS AND ACCUMULATION IN THE JUVENILE OLIVE
FLOUNDER, Paralichthys olivaceus
PACIFIC & INDIGENOUS AQUACULTURE POSTERS
Hodeis Abbasi Ghadikolaei, Fraidoon Owfi, Maryam Abbasi Ghadikolaei, Fatemeh
Razzaghian Ghadikolaei
STUDY ON SYSTEMATIC AND REVIWED THE SPECIMENS OF SNAKE EELS(
MURAENESOCIDAE)WITH AN EMPHESIS ON INTRODUCING THE NEW SPECIES FOR
MARICULTUR IN THE PERSIAN GULF AND OMAN SEA'S OF IRANIAN WATERS.
AQUACULTURE: THE NEXT TEN YEARS, OPPORTUNITIES & THREATS POSTERS
Andy Myers
AN INDUSTRY LED APPROACH TO MANAGING RISK: DEVELOPING EMS IN THE
OYSTER INDUSTRY
FINFISH GENERAL HUSBANDRY & ENVIRONMENT POSTERS
Mahmoud Nafisi Bahabadi
COLDWATER FISH AQUACULTURE IN IRAN

Source: http://aquaculture.org.au/images/downloads/AA12_Program_Draft_120223-email.pdf

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