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Avec la collaboration de
ULG-CEFRA


PERCID FISH CULTURE - FROM RESEARCH TO PRODUCTION

Namur (Belgium) 23 - 24 January 2008

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P. Kestemont
Welcome address
0.8
J. Overton Bornholms Salmon Hatchery: Control of
Out–of-Season spawning of perch
1.7
E. Ariel et al Perch culture and pathology control “Knowing your enemy”
2.5
P. Kestemont et al Feeding and nutrition of European percid broodstock and early life stages
0.7
H. Dil & F. Teletchea The European market of the pikeperch for consumption
0.5
H. Jansen &
P. Fontaine
Recent improvements in the control of the Percid reproductive cycle
0.5
C. Rougeot &
C. Mélard
Genetic improvement of growth in perch production: domestication, sex control, hybridization and strain selection
0.6
H. Paulsen Perch and Pikeperch questionaire
0.1
L. Tamazouzt The French restocking market for Percids
0.8
D. Toner Perch Juvenile Production in Ireland – Grasping the Potential
2.1
S. Varsamos
et al
Support to aquaculture research in FP6 and new opportunities in FP7
0.1
J. van Mechelen Extensive vs Intensive production of pikeperch juveniles
3.8
S. Steenfeldt &
I. Lund
The effects of dietary long chain essential fatty acids on growth and stress tolerance in pikeperch larvae
(Stizostedion lucioperca L.)
0.2
L. Watson A Perspective on the European Market for Perch
1.2
O. Linhart Sperm quality and cryopreservation
in Perca fluviatilis
3.0
H. Wedekind German experiences with the intensive culture of Pikeperch
Vandevoorde Lucas Perches
0.5
M. Thomas
et al
Rearing system and quality in Eurasian Perch Perca fluviatilis (L.)
0.8
E. Schram Economical feasibility of pikeperch rearing and presentation of an economical model for percid culture
0.2
E. Philipsen Pikeperch production in RAS
0.9
O. Öberg Techniques and Economics of Percid Culture
1.2
C. Mélard Growth and husbandry effects in perch Perca fluviatilis
1.0
J. Malison Percid Culture in the US Yellow Perch, Perca flavescens Walleye, Sander vitreous
2.0
L. Therrien Overview and Status of Percid Culture in Canada
1.6
G. Blanchard Percid fish nutrition – from reasearch to production
0.7