CLUSTER FIVE

AQUACULTURE

The gem is depicted as a blue-colored aquatic animal that represents aquatic life, both as an important part of the environment and as an important resource. Blue is also commonly associated with water, our planet’s most precious resource and a major part of life and our ecosystem. As such, it is important to maintain our aquatic resources and find solutions to the existing problems that aquaculture faces. These research studies aim to address such problems and provide an avenue of locally-based research in aquaculture-centered fields of science.

These studies also fall under the Aquatic, Agriculture, and Natural Resources (AANR) Research and Development Agenda. They are in line with the priorities and agendas set for aquaculture research moving forward.

BASED ON: Harmonized National Research and Development Agenda (HNRDA)


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The Use of Sodium Lactate as a Potential Preservative to Green Mussel Meat

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DNA barcoding of freshwater gastropods in the upstream of Jalaur River

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Effect of different irradiance levels on the growth of Lyngbya majuscula

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