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This book highlights the ontogenetic development of larval T. ovatus, provides a comprehensive overview of larval rearing of this species. It focuses on the physiological and molecular changes during the early ontogeny of T. ovatus and hatchery and nursery practices. The first seven chapters update the recent development in the hatchery technology in T. ovatus, including feed and feeding, environmental manipulation, hatchery management, and fingerlings in transportation. Chapter eight and onwards decode the possible molecular mechanisms underlying fish development and response to environmental changes and discuss the transcription and expressions of growth and development-related genes in T. ovatus. The last chapters discuss the functional feed additives to the diet and antibiotic usage of T. ovatus juveniles. This book is a valuable resource for researchers, practitioners and students in the aquaculture industry and related fields.
Prof. Zhenhua Ma graduated from Flinders University (Australia) with PhD in Aquaculture. He used to work for Flinders University and Temasek Polytechnic (Singapore). Currently, he is the manager of the Tropical Aquaculture Research and Development Center of South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, and Vice Director of Sanya Tropical Fisheries Research Institute. Academic experiences including: postgraduate supervisor of Shanghai Ocean University and Tianjin Agricultural College; Member of the 3rd Hainan original seed breeding committee; Member of the aquatic animal behaviour committee of Chinese Fishery Science Association; Member of aquaculture committee in Chinese academy of fishery sciences; Deputy secretary general of China coral conservation alliance; Chief editor of Insights in Aquaculture and Biotechnology, editorial board member of the Journal of Fisheries and Fisheries Development. By 2020, Prof. Zhenhua Ma has published 5 academic monographs, participated in the compilation of 2 English academic monographs, and published 118 academic papers, with a total of more than 300 citations. Prof. Gang Yu graduated from Ocean University of China with PhD in Food Science. He has a solid theoretical foundation of aquaculture and aquatic product processing, familiar with the interdisciplinary knowledge related to fishery, familiar with the domestic and foreign scientific and technological development trends of fishery, grasp the latest theories and methods of modern scientific and technological management, and grasp the development trends of domestic and foreign fishery industry. Up to present, he has published 43 papers, and obtained 3 authorized patents. Prof. Jianguang Qin obtained a Bachelor at Dalian Fisheries College, China in 1982, Masters at the University of Oklahoma, USA in 1988, and PhD at Ohio State University, USA in 1994. After a 3-year postdoc at the University of Hawaii, he joined Flinders University, Australia in 1997. He currently is a professor and aquaculture coordinator. He is the pioneer of the aquaculture program at Flinders and has led the aquaculture research at Flinders to the world class in the discipline of Fishery Science. He has published 2 books, 13 book chapters, 350+ SCI journal papers. Papers have been cited over 9500 times with h-index of 49. Research disciplines include ecology, nutrition, physiology, behavior, biotechnology, and toxicology. Research organisms include bacteria, algae, zooplankton, fish, molluscs and crustaceans. As a major research member, he received the recognition of Best Research and Project Award 1992 (American Fisheries Society), the 50 Best Inventions of 2009 in the World for The Tank-Bred Tuna (Time Magazine), CRC Association's Award for Excellence in Innovation 2010, and South Australian Excellence Research Awards 2010. He is an Editor-in-Chief of Aquaculture, Academic Editor of Aquaculture Nutrition, Associate Editor of Aquaculture and Fisheries, and Editorial Board Member of Aquaculture Research.
Chapter 1 Ontogenetic development of the digestive system in golden pompano Trachinotus ovatusChapter 2 Food consumption, ingestion and selectivity of golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae, under various rotifer densities
Chapter 3 Weaning regimes for golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae
Chapter 4 Skeleton development and malformation of hatchery-reared golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus
Chapter 5 Nutrition and temperature regulate rearing performance of golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae
Chapter 6 Physical responses of golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus to rearing salinity
Chapter 7 Physiological responses of golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae fingerlings in transportation
Chapter 8 Transcriptional response of golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae to temperature
Chapter 9 IGF genes in golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae
Chapter 10 High water temperature induces jaw deformity and bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) gene expression in golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae
Chapter 11 Twist gene in golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae Chapter 12 Intestinal fatty acid binding protein gene (I-FABP) in golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae
Chapter 13 Effects of water temperature and nutritional manipulation on the expression of liver-type fatty acid-binding protein (L-FABP) gene in golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae
Chapter 14 Follistatin-related protein gene in golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus larvae
Chapter 15 Functional feed additives to the diet of golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus juveniles
Chapter 16 The intestine microbiota community and enzyme activity in Trachinotus ovatus after short-time antibiotic bath administration.