After a refreshing coffee break, we’re back in the thick of things with the Genetics & Diseases of Aquatic Organisms session. This session dives deep into the genetic intricacies and health concerns of our underwater counterparts.
The discussions promise to be both enlightening and informative, shedding light on genetic variations, diseases, and their implications for aquatic organisms. Speakers will present their findings, followed by an interactive Q&A session.
Join us for an engaging continuation of the Genetics & Diseases of Aquatic Organisms session!
Session III (Continued): GENETICS & DISEASES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS CHAIR: ILHAN ALTINOK
Detection of Parasitic Agents in Aquarium Farms in The Mediterranean Region A. MEFUT*, U. Oğuz, E. Vural, C.O. Güçlü, M.C. Yeşiltaş, S. Sezen. İ. Dal, G.Z. Pekmezci
Biological Control of Yersiniosis with Bacteriophages M. TÜRE*, E. Aygür, A. Cebeci, D. Ustaoğlu, R.C. Ozturk, I. Altinok
Pharmacokinetics and withdrawal period of antifungal drug clotrimazole in Pangasianodon hypophthalmus (Sauvage, 1878) S.K. RATHOD*, B.K. Das, R.K. Nadella, G. Tripathi, S. Kumar, S.K. Panda, S.K. Manna
Bacteriophages for the Biological Control of Vibriosis D. USTAOĞLU*, M. Türe, E. Aygür, A. Cebeci, R.C. Ozturk, I. Altinok
Comparative Microsatellite-Based Analysis of Populations of Members of the Genus Rutilus in Fresh and Brackish Waters of Ukraine O. Zaloilo, O. BIELIKOVA*, A. Didenko, I. Buzevich, F. Čiampor Jr., І. Zaloilo
Genetic connectivity between Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) Populations in Türkiye M. ALEMDAĞ*, R.Ç. Öztürk, Ş. Firidin, I. Altinok
Genetic Variability of Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula (Walbaum, 1792)) Brood Stocks Y. GLUSHKO*, T. Nahorniuk, L. Sukhoverska
TW-2&7 | Restorative Aquaculture & EMP | Practical II
Experience the transformative potential of Restorative Aquaculture in harmony with FAO’s Blue Transformation and GFCM 2030 Strategy. Led by experts in restorative practices, this event explores cutting-edge techniques to foster ecological balance and revitalize aquatic habitats. Through inspiring case studies of successful projects, we will discover the untapped potential of sustainable aquaculture, aligning with FAO’s vision for a thriving ocean ecosystem. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a conservation enthusiast, this workshop offers valuable insights into reshaping the future of aquaculture in line with the FAO’s objectives.
Advance the GFCM 2030 Strategy at our exclusive EMP Workshop. Led by industry experts and environmental specialists, this event delves into the crucial role of monitoring in ensuring responsible aquaculture operations. Discover cutting-edge tools and methodologies to assess water quality, habitat health, and ecosystem impacts, all in alignment with the FAO’s vision for sustainable seas. This workshop is designed for researchers, farmers and regulatory professionals, offering valuable insights to safeguard aquatic environments and foster a thriving and eco-friendly industry, adhering to the FAO’s transformative vision.
TW-3&6 | Turbot: Fisheries & Aquaculture | Practical II
Discover the secrets of successful Turbot farming while aligning with the FAO Blue Transformation and GFCM 2030 Strategy. Esteemed experts will share the latest advancements in sustainable practices for this prized species. Topics include Turbot hatchery techniques, optimal feed management, and strategies for environmental sustainability, all in harmony with the FAO’s transformative vision. Whether you’re an experienced farmer or a newcomer to aquaculture, this interactive event promises valuable insights and networking opportunities, driving us closer to FAO’s sustainable Aquaculture goals.