Table of contents for Tilapia : biology, culture, and nutrition / Chhorn E. Lim, Carl D. Webster, editors.

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CONTENTS 
About the Editors 
Contributors 
Preface 
Acknowledgments 
Chapter 1. Biology 
William L. Shelton 
Thomas J. Popma 
Introduction 
Taxonomic Relationships 
Biogeography 
Bionomics and Life History 
Environmental Biology 
Chapter 2. Prospect and Potential for Global Production 
Kevin Fitzsimmons 
Introduction 
Overview of Tilapia Produced for International Trade 
Regional Production and Markets 
Industry Predictions and Outlook 
Chapter 3. Control of Growth: Developments 
and Prospects 
Brian S. Shepherd 
Gregory M. Weber 
Mathilakath M. Vijayan 
Andre Seale 
Larry G. Riley 
M. Fernanda Rodriguez 
N. Harold Richman III 
Tetsuya Hirano 
E. Gordon Grau 
xiii 
Introduction 
Relevance of Neuroendocrine Research 
to Tilapia Aquaculture 
Hormonal Control of Growth in Tilapia 
Nonhormonal Control of Growth in Tilapia 
Novel Approaches to Growth Enhancement 
Conclusions 
Chapter 4. Recent Directions in Genetics 
C. Greg Lutz 
147 Traditional Animal Breeding Approaches 
Artificial Spawning: Implications for Genetic Improvement 157 
Chromosomal Manipulations 
Transgenic Tilapia 
Molecular Discrimination/Characterization 
and Gene Mapping 
Chapter 5. Fingerling Production Systems 
Bartholomew W. Green 
Introduction 
Production Methodologies 
Interspawning Interval 
Incubation 
Fry Rearing 
Hatchery-Phase Fish Health Management 
Fingerling Nursery Rearing 
Chapter 6. Hormone Manipulation of Sex 
Ronald P. Phelps 
Introduction 
Chemicals Used to Direct Gonadal Differentiation 
Mode of Hormone Action¿Or Why Sex Reversal Works 
Fish Species Evaluated 
Protocols for Sex Reversal of Tilapia 
with Hormone-Treated Feed 
Sex Reversal of Tilapia Through Immersion 
(Bath) Treatments 
Evaluation of Treatment Efficacy 
Factors Affecting Sex-Reversal 
80 
Anabolic Considerations 
Food Safety and Environmental Considerations 
Conclusions 
Chapter 7. Pond Production 
Bartholomew W. Green 
C. Bauer Duke III 
Introduction 
Species Selection 
Earthen versus Lined Ponds 
Production Strategies 
Chapter 8. Culture in Flowing Water 
Richard W. Soderberg 
Introduction 
Flow-Through Culture Systems 
Serial Reuse Systems 
Closed Systems 
Summary 
Chapter 9. Cage Culture 
H. R. Schmittou 
Introduction 
Principles of Cage Fish Culture: Fundamentals 
Fish Stock Quality and Quantity 
Water Environments and Water Quality 
Feeds and Feeding 
Health of Caged Tilapia 
Environmental Impact of Cage Fish Culture 
Chapter 10. Farming Tilapia in Saline Waters 
Wade O. Watanabe 
Kevin Fitzsimmons 
Yang Yi 
Introduction 
History of Saltwater Tilapia Culture 
Methods for Measuring Salinity Tolerance in Tilapia 
251 
Morphological and Physiological Measures 
of Salinity Tolerance/Hypoosmoregulatory Ability 
Reproductive Performance at Various Salinities 
Experimental Saltwater Culture of Florida Red Tilapia 
Growout From Fingerling to Marketable Size 
Comparison of Saline-Tolerant Species Under 
388 
Saltwater Culture 
Diseased Encountered During Culture in Saltwater 
Economics and Marketing 
Potential for Unwanted Introduction of Tilapia 
430 
to Marine Waters 
Genetic Issues in the Use of Red Hybrid Tilapia 
Cold Tolerance 
446 
Chapter 11. Management of Bottom Soil Condition 
491 and Pond Water and Effluent Quality 
Claude E. Boyd 
491 
Introduction 
Bottom Soils 
Water Quality 
Effluents 
Chapter 12. Nutrient Requirements 513 
Chhorn E. Lim 
Carl D. Webster 
513 
Introduction 
Proteins and Amino Acids 
Energy 
Lipids and Fatty Acids 
Carbohydrates 
Vitamins 
Minerals 
Conclusion 
Chapter 13. Nonnutrient Components of Fish Diets 551 
Steven G. Hughes 
Chhorn E. Lim 
Carl D. Webster 
551 Introduction
Antioxidants 
Feeding Stimulants and Metabolic Modifiers 
Fiber and Pellet Binders 
Hormones 
Pigments 
Probiotics and Neutraceuticals 
Enzymes 
Water 
Toxins and Antinutritional Factors 
Chapter 14. Feed Formulation and Manufacture 
Menghe H. Li 
Chhorn E. Lim 
Carl D. Webster 
Introduction 
Feed Ingredients 
Feed Formulation 
Least-Cost Feed Formulation 
Feed Manufacturing Processes 
Quality Control 
Type of Feed 
Chapter 15. Feeding Practices 
Chhorn E. Lim 
Carl D. Webster 
Menghe H. Li 
Introduction 
Feeds 
Practices 
Chapter 16. Parasites and Diseases 
Craig A. Shoemaker 
De-Hai Xu 
Joyce J. Evans 
Phillip H. Klesius 
Introduction 
Protozoan Parasites 
Metazoan Parasites 
Parasitic Crustacea 
Viral Diseases 
Fungal Infections 
Bacterial Diseases 
Conclusions 
Chapter 17. Streptococcal Vaccinology in Aquaculture 
Phillip H. Klesius 
Joyce J. Evans 
Craig A. Shoemaker 
David J. Pasnik 
Introduction 
Development of Streptococcal Vaccines 
Piscine Immunity 
Factors Affecting Vaccine Efficacy 
Conclusions 
Chapter 18. Harvest, Handling, and Processing 
Kevin Fitzsimmons 
Introduction 
Postharvest Handling and Processing 
Processing for International Markets 
Processing in the United States 
Chapter 19. Marketing and Economics 
Carole R. Engle 
Introduction 
Tilapia Markets and Marketing 
Costs of Producing Tilapia 
Index 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Tilapia.