This project aims to collect data on Chinese Artemia populations. More specifically, we investigate natural populations for their genetic diversity, and screen populations for characteristics that have interesting applications for aquaculture.
application, aquaculture, Artemia, Artemia strains characterisation, Arthropoda, biogeography, China, conservation, Crustaceae, agriculture, E-Asia, ecology, entomology, genetics, inland salt lakes, Invertebrata, maintenance and change of biodiversity, marine and coastal habitats, marine and coastal habitats, marine biodiversity, Metazoa, NW-Pacific, origins, phylogeny and evolution, ponds and lakes, standing waters, restoration and sustainable use of biodiversity, systematics, taxonomy, inventorying and classification, zoology, zooplankton, resting eggs, life history
|De Meester, Luc||promotor|
|Laboratory of Aquaculture & Artemia Reference Center||unknown|
|Laboratory of Aquatic Ecology and Evolutionary Biology||unknown|
|Naihong, X., E. Audenaert, J. Vanoverbeke, L. Brendonck, P. Sorgeloos & L. De Meester, 2000. Low among-populational genetic differentiation in Chinese bisexual Artemia populations. Heredity 84: 238-243.||author|
created:2011-12-14 14:18:59 UTC, source:biodiv