Abstract

The focus of this paper is on the results of a multidisciplinary research and development program implemented by ICLARM and its partners since 1988 under the auspices of two projects: the “Genetic Improvement of Farmed Tilapia” (GIFT) and the “Dissemination and Evaluation of Genetically Improved Tilapia in Asia” (DEGITA). The program has two themes: (a) evaluation of Nile tilapia genetic resources and their utilization in national breeding programs; and (b) monitoring of the adoption of improved Nile tilapia breeds with regard to their impact on equity, the environment and biodiversity.

A. E Eknath, M. M Dey, M. Rye, Bjarne Gjerde, T. A Abella, R. Sevilleja, M. M Tayamen, R. A Reyes, H. B Bentsen

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 27: Reproduction; fish breeding; genetics and the environment; genetics in agricultural systems; disease resistance; animal welf, , 89–96, 1998
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