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2008/723 The Development of a genetic management and improvement strategy for temperate marine finfish (Southern Bluefin Tuna, Yellowtail Kingfish and Mulloway)

This study evaluated genetic options for improving Yellowtail Kingfish, Mulloway and Southern Bluefin Tuna aquaculture.  Read More

2008/737 An investigation of the microbiology and biochemical properties leading to extended shelf-life in Goldband Snapper

A comprehensive investigation into the shelf life of Goldband Snapper was undertaken in this study using microbiological, biochemical, sensory and physical analyses.  Read More

2008/785 Understanding the role of GPR54 gene in controlling the puberty of high valued commercial fish

This Honours thesis ‘Understanding the role of GPR54 gene in controlling the puberty of high valued commercial fish’ was completed by Ying Ying Lee in fulfillment of the requirements of the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science at the University of the Sunshine Coast  Read More

2008/904 Benefit-cost analysis of marker assisted selection in Australian aquaculture species

This project conducted a benefit-cost analysis for the use of marker assisted selection (MAS) techniques to improve selective breeding of cultured abalone, Yellowtail Kingfish and Barramundi.  Read More

2009/760 Development of vision and first feeding behaviour of Southern Bluefin Tuna and Yellowtail Kingfish

This study describes the visual capacity of T. maccoyii and S. lalandi to feed under a variety of abiotic and biotic conditions and examined retinal morphology and physiology to identify species-specific adaptations to help explain the observed feeding behaviour.  Read More

2009/765 Investigation into the molecular composition of the digestive system in Lates calcarifer and Seriola lalandi

This Masters thesis aimed to understand the response to nutrition in Barramundi and Yellowtail Kingfish as it is crucial for successful culture of these two species.  Read More

2011/730 Development of germ cell transplantation technology for the Australian aquaculture industry

This project provided an unprecedented opportunity to extend on this ground-breaking work with salmonids and other species, to the benefit the Australian tuna aquaculture industry.  Read More

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