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La industria de cultivo de tilapia de Bangladesh muestra resiliencia

Gulam Hussain, Ph.D. Ahm Kohinoor, Ph.D. Mr. Moshiur Rahman Zillur Rahman Nguyen Hong Nguyen, Ph.D.
tilapia breeding Bangladesh

Éxitos recientes se remontan a la Tilapia Cultivada Genéticamente Mejorada (GIFT) y a la difusión efectiva de alevines Hapas de reproducción en un núcleo de cría cerrado en el BFRI, Mymensingh, Bangladesh (izquierda); el Dr. M. Gulam Hussain detrás de un Núcleo de Reproducción de Tilapia (TBN) en Narail, Bangladesh (derecha). De 1999 a 2015,…

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  • Gulam Hussain, Ph.D.

    Gulam Hussain, Ph.D.

    Current Fisheries and Aquaculture Expert of EU-BGD joint collaboration in Blue Economy under Maritime Affairs Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Govt. of Bangladesh; current President of Bangladesh Tilapia Foundation (BTF); former Director General of the Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI) and Program Leader of the Tilapia and Carp Genetic Research Team, BFRI; former Fish Genetic Specialist, WorldFish, Bangladesh and South-East Asia.
    Maritime Affairs Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Segunbagicha, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh

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  • Ahm Kohinoor, Ph.D.

    Ahm Kohinoor, Ph.D.

    Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI)
    Mymensingh 2201, Bangladesh

  • Mr. Moshiur Rahman

    Mr. Moshiur Rahman

    Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI)
    Mymensingh 2201, Bangladesh

  • Zillur Rahman

    Zillur Rahman

    AIN Project, WorldFish, Bangladesh and South Asia Office
    Khulna, Bangladesh

  • Nguyen Hong Nguyen, Ph.D.

    Nguyen Hong Nguyen, Ph.D.

    University of the Sunshine Coast
    Locked Bag 4, Maroochydore DC, QLD 4558, Australia