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水产科学英语

主编: 闵宽洪

出版社:中国农业出版社

ISBN:978-7-109-17920-2

出版时间:2013-08

关键词:水产养殖 英语 教材

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    BiotechnologyBiotechnology is not limited to medical applications. Although not normally thought of as biotechnology,agriculture clearly fits the broad definition of "using a biotechnological system to make products" such that the cultivation of plants may be viewed as the earliest biotechnological enterprise. Agriculture has been theorized to have become the dominant way of producing food since the Neolithic Revolution. The processes and methods of agriculture have been refined by other mechani。

  • 改革开放以来,我国渔业快速发展,综合生产能力大幅提升,渔民生活不断改进,国际地位显著提高,不但成功解决了水产品有效供给问题,而且走出了一条“以养为主”的渔业发展道路,渔业成为农业农村经济中的重要产业和...

  • 前言

    《水产科学英语》(English on Fishery Sciences)教材,是根据编者多年从事水产专业的教学,科研和翻译的经验而筛选和整理的专业资料。由于水产专业涉及范围广、专业跨度大,本教材选用了生物技术、水生资源、环境保...

  • Chapter 1 Biotechnology

  • Unit 1 Biotechnology—Review123385

    Biotechnology is a field of applied biology that involves the use of living organisms and bioprocesses in engineering,technology,medicine and other fields requiring bio-products. Biotechnolo...

  • Unit 2 Cloning and Tissue Engineering123386

  • Unit 3 The Review of Recent Advances in Fish Genetics and Biotechnology123387

    Great advances have been made in our knowledge of genetics and molecular biology,including genomics,proteomics and structural biology of aquatic organisms. The puffer fish(Fugu rubriges)geno...

  • Chapter 2 Aquatic Resources

  • Unit 1 Aquatic Resources123388

    This section presents select aquatic marine resources,including plant species. Aquatic animals are represented by sponges(poriferans);echinoderms such as holothurians(sea cucumber),sea urchi...

  • Unit 2 Fishery Resources123389

    Capture fisheries and aquaculture depend on the use of natural renewable resources and other resources as raw material. Other resources such as hatchery-produced seeds,feeds and fertilizers ...

  • Unit 3 Deep Water Fisheries123390

  • Chapter 3 Environmental Conservation

  • Unit 1 Environments for Fish123391

    Water is as important to fish as air is to man:it is the environment in which they live. It is therefore important for everyone connected with that environment,be they angler,angling club of...

  • Unit 2 Fisheries and Long-term Climate Variability123392

    An important source of concern for fishers,fishery scientists and fisheries administrators dealing with most wild fish stocks from the oceans is the high variability of fish abundance and fi...

  • Unit 3 Development of Fishery Resources through Eco-Rehabilitation123393

    The degradation of aquatic habitats from human activities has been occurring for centuries,but became particularly pronounced in the late nineteenth and twentieth century in Europe,the Unite...

  • Chapter 4 Aquatic Animal Nutrition

  • Unit 1 Fish Feed and Nutrition123394

    Early fish producers depended primarily on natural pond organisms to provide nutrients essential for fish growth. Fish production was often enhanced by the addition of fertilizers to pond wa...

  • Unit 2 Nutritional Strategies Affecting Fish Health123395

    An increased demand in recent years for fish by health conscious consumers has created a need which can no longer be met by existing wild fish stocks. Commercial aquaculture production of a ...

  • Unit 3 Nutrition and Fish Health123396

    In culturing fish in captivity,nothing is more important than sound nutrition and adequate feeding. If there is no utilizable feed intake by the fish,there can be no growth and death eventua...

  • Chapter 5 Aquaculture Technologies

  • Unit 1 Pond Aquaculture Practices123397

    Aquaculture has a tradition of about 4,000 years. It began in China,possibly due to the desires of an emperor to have a constant supply of fish. It is speculated that the techniques for keep...

  • Unit 2 Open Water Aquaculture Practices—Pen and Cage Culture123398

    Pen and cage culture involve the rearing of fish within fixed or floating net enclosures supported by frameworks made of bamboo,wood,or metal,and set in sheltered,shallow portions of lakes,b...

  • Unit 3 Aquaculture Successes as Contributor to Sustained Development and Poverty Alleviation123399

    Fish/aquatic food organisms have been inextricably linked with human life over millennia. Indeed,it is even suggested that the prime impacting factor on the evolution of the human brain,whic...

  • Chapter 6 Integrated Fish Farming

  • Unit 1 Integrated Fish Farming Systems123400

    The bulk of agriculture production in Asia is undertaken by farmers whose landholdings are too small and fragmented. The application of modern technology and large-scale production are not f...

  • Unit 2 Fish Farming in Manure-Loaded Ponds123401

    A simple material balance shows that with the exception of ruminant husbandry,all semi-intensive or intensive animal rearing consumes,rather than produces,energy and protein-rich foods that ...

  • Unit 3 Rice-Fish Culture in Southeast Asia123402

    Rice is the dominant cereal crop in Asia. It is the staple food of over millions of people in the world,mostly in Asia where 90% of all rice is grown and eaten. Rice is the main dietary sour...

  • Chapter 7 Recirculating Aquaculture Systems(RAS)

  • Unit 1 Recirculating Aquaculture Systems(Ⅰ)123403

    Traditional aquaculture production in ponds requires large quantities of water. Approximately 1 million gallons of water per acre are required to fill a pond and an equivalent volume is requ...

  • Unit 2 Recirculating Aquaculture Systems(Ⅱ)123404

    Recirculating systems for holding and growing fish have been used by fisheries researchers for more than three decades. Attempts to advance these systems to commercial scale food fish produc...

  • Unit 3 Recirculating Aquaculture Systems(Ⅲ)123405

    There is a great deal of interest in recirculating aquaculture production systems both in the United States and worldwide. Most fish grown in ponds,floating net pens,or raceways can be reare...

  • Chapter 8 Ichthyopathological Studies

  • Unit 1 Diagnosis and Control of Diseases in Fish Farms123406

    Over the years,veterinary science has been increasingly successful in diagnosing and treating disease in the common farm animals. Now,however,a new challenge has arisen. The explosive growth...

  • Unit 2 Finfish Health Protection Regulations in Canada123407

    The Fish Health Protection Regulations(FHPR)in Canada were implemented under the Fisheries Act in 1977.These Regulations are based on the principle of controlling the movement of fish and eg...

  • Unit 3 Sensitivity of Fish Pathogenic Bacteria to Medicinal Herbs123408

    Bacteria constitute the most economically significant group of pathogenic agents. Bacteria diseases are responsible for heavy mortalities in both culture and wild fishes throughout the world...

  • Chapter 9 Fish Processing

  • Unit 1 Fish Processing123409

    Humans have been processing fish since Neolithic times. The term fish processing refers to the processes associated with fish and fish products between the time fish are caught or harvested,...

  • Unit 2 Seafood Processing123410

    Micro-organisms are one of the primary causes of spoilage and off-flavours in fish and seafood products. The production of consistently high quality seafood product requires the implementati...

  • Unit 3 Cleaning and Sanitation for Seafood Processing123411

    A three-word definition of food sanitation is "protection from contamination" . With this in mind,all functions and operations shall be included in a sanitation program. All seafood products...

  • Chapter 10 Fishery Economics & Information

  • Unit 1 An Introduction to the Economics of Fisheries Management123412

    Fishery management relates to a total system made up of resources,industry and trade. There are important linkages between these components. In many cases,governments have been forced to int...

  • Unit 2 Economics of Fisheries123413

    Fishing in open seas is a typical illustration of a situation where the tragedy of the commons is likely to occur. All the conditions are met in this case:an unrestricted number of users,unf...

  • Unit 3 Data and Information Systems123414

    At the beginning of the previous section,we highlighted the importance of data to the task of spatial management. It will be clear therefore that a Geographical Information Systems(GIS)canno...

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