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Portrays the ecology and formation of coral reefs and describes a number of the animals that inhabit the reefs of southern Florida and the Caribbean
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2005; Partridge & Creeper 2004). Following addition of KCl, survival and growth rate of the prawns and finfish in ISW were similar to those cultured in OW (Collins et al. 2005; Prangnell & Fotedar 2005, 2006; Rahman et al. 2005; Tantulo & Fotedar 2006, 2007). In addition, K+ fortification in ISW also increased the osmo-regulation capacity of western king prawns and black tiger prawns and led to higher survival and growth rate of both prawns, similar to those cultured in OW (Prangnell & Fotedar 2005; Tantulo & Fotedar 2006, 2007).
The use of population genetics to enhance the value of ornamental species by improving their colour schemes is restricted to a few freshwater species. Similarly, research into the inland saline water aquaculture has had mixed commercial outcomes. L. S. (1999) Inland saline aquaculture activities in NSW. In: Inland saline aquaculture (eds B. Smith & C. Barlow), pp. 14–15. Proceedings of a workshop held in Perth, Western Australia, 6–7 August 1997. ACIAR Proceedings No. 83, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra.
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