• fisheries
  • The new dimension has been taken to ensure that fishers and other fish users are involved in fisheries management and decision-making process in fisheries. (fao.org)
  • The strategic objective of the Kenya s marine fisheries management is to improve the current contribution of the fishing industry to a national long-term competitive and fast-growing industry, which is able to create job opportunities to both fishing communities and in industrial fish processing. (fao.org)
  • Sudan marine finfish fisheries account for about seven percent of total fish potential of the country (140 000 tonnes/year) and contributes 8.8 percent of the total production (57 000 tonnes). (fao.org)
  • Mariculture constitutes a potential avenue to augment fish production from capture fisheries for local consumption and export. (fao.org)
  • Sudan Marine Fisheries is small-scale and artisanal in nature, as defined as a labour intensive fisheries that is conducted by artisanal craftsmen whose level of income, mechanical sophistication, quantity of production, fishing range, political influence, market outlets, employment and social mobility and financial dependence keep them subservient to the economic decisions and operating constraints placed upon them by those who buy their production. (fao.org)
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  • Comparison of the grass carp growth hormone gene with those of other fish indicates that there is a high degree of homology with the gene from the common carp but not with those from the rainbow trout and Atlantic salmon. (jcvi.org)
  • Cichlids exemplify the high turnover rate of sex chromosomes in fish with two different chromosomes, LG5 and LG18, containing major sex-determining loci in the two populations of A. burtoni examined here. (biomedcentral.com)