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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Die voortplantingsbiologie, teelt en hormoongeinduseerde geslagsverandering van vier Tilapiasoorte

17 November 2014 (has links)
M.Sc. / Please refer to full text to view abstract
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Biochemistry and physiology of growth hormone in tilapia.

January 1990 (has links)
by Leung Tin Chung. / Thesis (M.Phil.)--Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1990. / Bibliography: leaves 123-138. / Abstract --- p.i / Acknowledgements --- p.iv / List of Abbreviations --- p.V / Objectives of the study --- p.vi / Table of contents --- p.vii / Chapter Chapter 1 --- General Introduction --- p.1 / Chapter Chapter 2 --- Metabolic effects of bovine growth hormone on tilapia --- p.11 / Introduction --- p.11 / Materials and Methods --- p.14 / Results --- p.20 / Discussion --- p.22 / Chapter Chapter 3 --- Characterization of growth hormone-binding sites in tilapia --- p.25 / Introduction --- p.25 / Materials and Methods --- p.27 / Results --- p.34 / Discussion --- p.66 / Chapter Chapter 4 --- Characterization of somatomedin C-like immunoreactivity in tilapia --- p.75 / Introduction --- p.75 / Materials and Methods --- p.81 / Results --- p.85 / Discussion --- p.93 / Chapter Chapter 5 --- Effects of salinity and diet on somatic growth and secretion of hormones in tilapia --- p.97 / Introduction --- p.97 / Materials and Methods --- p.102 / Results --- p.105 / Discussion --- p.114 / Chapter Chapter 6 --- General discussions --- p.121 / References --- p.123
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'n Vergelykende studie van die kariotipes van Tilapia rendalli, T. sparrmanii en Oreochromis mossambicus (Cichlidae)

Swanepoel, Antoinette 17 November 2014 (has links)
M.Sc. / Please refer to full text to view abstract
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'n Morfometriese en elektroforetiese evaluering van die twee subspesies van Tilapia rendalli in suidelike Afrika

17 November 2014 (has links)
M.Sc. / Please refer to full text to view abstract
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Growth regulation in the euryhaline tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus effects of gonadal steroid hormones and salinity on the growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor-I axis /

Riley, Lawrence G. January 2003 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 97-121).
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A contribution to the biology of Tilapia mossambica Peters in Lake Sibaya, South Africa

Bruton, Michael N January 1973 (has links)
An account is given of some aspects of the biology of Tilapia mossambica Peters in Lake Sibaya, South Africa. Previous work on Tilapia in Lake Sibaya is reviewed. Apart from brief gillnet surveys, which recorded the species' presence, no research on T. mossambica had been performed at Lake Sibaya before the two-year study of Minshull who collected data on food preferences, depth distribution of juveniles and breeding biology of adults. The main physiographical features of the lake are outlined. Lake Sibaya is a warm shallow coastal lake with extensive shallow terraces in the littoral which shelve abruptly into underwater valleys. The substrate is predominantly sandy. Aquatic macrophytes are generally restricted to water 1-7 m deep. Adult fishes (over 8 cm SL) are usually absent from water deeper than 12 m and shallower than 0.5 m, whereas juveniles may occur at all depths, and fry only in very shallow water. T. mossambica inhabits the littoral in the warm and transition periods (August to April) but moves into deep water in the cool season (May to July). Exposed and sheltered shallow areas are utilised for different purposes by adult fishes, the former for nesting, and the latter for feeding and mouth-brooding. Habitat selection by males was governed by nest site selection. Habitat Nests were most common in sheltered, sparsely vegetated littoral and sublittoral areas, but also present in well-vegetated sheltered areas. Breeding females preferred sheltered littoral areas but ventured onto the terrace to release the young. Juvenile and fry T. mossambica inhabited shallow exposed shores with a temperature gradient which reversed diurnally. The breeding, shoaling and feeding behaviour of T. mossambica is described, and integrated with data on T. mossambica from other systems. The breeding season spans seven months. Shoaling takes place in shallow water probably as a means of protection. T. mossambica is an omnivorous feeder relying largely on diatoms. The main predator is probably the barbel Clarias gariepinus, but avian predators may be more important. A method whereby the time of formation of rings on the scales of T. mossambica is described. The fishes were found to reach maturity after one year at a length of about 8 cm in females, and after two years at 10 cm in males. The breeding population had a standard length mode of 14 cm (females) and 17 cm (males). The maximum final size was about 24 cm SL. An estimate of the standing crop for fishes in the littoral and subiittoral areas of the eastern and southern shores of the south basin is given. The data were derived from a mark and recapture The biology of T. mossambica in Lake Sibaya as revealed by the present study is discussed with reference to data on the same and similar species in other systems. The utilis ation of the available resources in the lake by T. mossambica is commented upon, and reference is made to the significance of stunting, and the import ance of the retention of generalised characters for the successful habitation of the cyclically-renewed habitat of the littoral. Precocious breeding in T. mossambica is regarded as a functional adaptation which increases the proportion of fishes small enough to utilise the rich food resources in shallow water.
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Pressure induced diploid gynogenesis in Oreochromis niloticus (Cichlidae) following heterologous fertilization

Peruzzi, Stefano January 1993 (has links)
No description available.
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Lesiones anatomo- histopatológicas procedentes de tilapia roja (Oreochromis sp.) de cultivo en el departamento de piura provincia de Sullana, distrito de Lancones, caserío de Chilaco Pelados

Sedamo de la Cruz, Niels Erick January 2013 (has links)
Publicación a texto completo no autorizada por el autor / El documento digital no refiere asesor / Determina lesiones histopatológicas en tejidos procedentes de tilapia roja (Oreochromis sp.) de cultivo. Se colectan 43 peces de diferentes etapas productivas (alevines: 3, crecimiento: 10, pre-engorde: 10 y engorde: 20) con signos clínicos de enfermedad, tales como: natación errática, hundimiento de costado, nado en la superficie; pérdida del apetito; letárgicos, melanóticos, petequias (puntos hemáticos); opacidad de los ojos; branquias con lamelas discontinuas (“deshilachadas”), heridas y/o lesiones aparentes. Las muestras de tejidos de cerebro, ojo, branquias, músculo esquelético, músculo cardiaco, hígado, estómago, bazo, intestino, ciegos pilóricos, riñón y gónadas son fijadas en formol al 10% y procesadas bajo el protocolo convencional para tejidos histológicos fijados, obteniéndose secciones de corte de tejido de 5u y coloreadas con Hematoxilina y Eosina. El lugar de procedencia de los peces es una piscigranja del distrito de Chilaco Pelado, Provincia de Sullana – Piura. Se realiza el presente estudio mediante el diagnóstico histopatológico de los principales órganos. Entre los hallazgos macroscópicos, el hígado es el órgano que evidencia mayor frecuencia de lesiones, siendo la hepatomegalia, el hallazgo macroscópico más frecuente 6.97% (3/43) y microscópicamente la degeneración grasa 95.35% (41/43). En otro órgano como las branquias se observa lesiones en un 95.35% (41/43) asociada a hiperplasia lamelar 81.39% (35/43) y también presencia de parásitos Oodinium 2.33% (1/43), Epiteliocistis 9.30% (4/43), y monogeneos 2.33% (1/43), riñones 58.14% (25/43) asociado a regeneración tubular y ciego pilórico 53.48% (23/43) asociado a hiperplasia de enterocitos 39.53% (17/43); moderada frecuencia se evidencia en bazo 44.18% (19/43) asociado a congestión 44.18% (19/43), músculo esquelético 44.18% (19/43) asociado a atrofia muscular 30.23% (13/43), intestino delgado 37.21% (16/43) asociado a hiperplasia de mucosa 37.21% (16/43), y en menor frecuencia se obtienen hallazgos en estómago 18.60% (8/43), ojos 13.95% (6/43) y cerebro 4.65% (2/43), no obteniéndose ninguna lesión en gónadas. Se concluye que existen lesiones sugerentes de estar asociadas a infecciones mixtas como mala calidad del agua en diversos tejidos de tilapia roja del centro de producción piscícola del departamento de Piura, provincia de Sullana, los tejidos más afectados son las branquias y el hígado, evidenciándose lesiones en branquias relacionadas a la presencia de ectoparásitos y endoparásitos y mala calidad de agua y las lesiones en el hígado de tipo adaptativa como degeneración grasa son sugerentes de un manejo inadecuado del alimento. / Tesis
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The determination of the factors related to the pathology of vibriosis in cultured tilapia

LeaMaster, Brad R January 1991 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1991. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 159-175). / Microfiche. / xiii, 175 leaves, bound ill. (some col.) 29 cm
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An investigation of the survival level of Oreochromis mossambicus fry variably kept in a closed system : laboratory experiment /

Asgodom, Mihretu T. January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (MPhil)--University of Stellenbosch, 2005. / On t.p.: Master of Philosophy in Livestock Industry Management (Aquaculture) Bibliography. Also available via the Internet.

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