2005

Selection and Breeding Programs in Aquaculture

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3341-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-3342-1 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

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    Pages 1-8

    Status and Scope of Aquaculture

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    Pages 9-21

    Basic Genetics

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    Pages 23-33

    Population Genetics

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    Pages 35-43

    Polygenic Inheritance

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    Pages 45-72

    Basic Statistical Parameters

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    Pages 73-87

    Kinship, Relationship and Inbreeding

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    Pages 89-111

    Selection

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    Pages 113-120

    Reproductive Traits in Aquatic Animals

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    Pages 121-143

    Methods for Estimating Phenotypic and Genetic Parameters

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    Pages 145-158

    Breeding Strategies

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    Pages 159-171

    Selection Methods

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    Pages 173-195

    Design of Breeding Programs

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    Pages 197-231

    Prediction of Breeding Values

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    Pages 233-242

    Genotype — Environment Interaction

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    Pages 243-250

    Measuring Genetic Change

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    Pages 251-277

    Breeding Plans

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    Pages 279-285

    Organising Breeding Programs

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    Pages 287-299

    Chromosome Engineering

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    Pages 301-317

    Modern Biotechnology and Aquaculture

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    Pages 319-334

    Genetic Interactions Between Farmed and Wild Fish, with Examples from the Atlantic Salmon Case in Norway