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International Conference on Aquaculture & Fisheries, will be organized around the theme “Advancing & Expanding Aquaculture Sector Focused on Developmental, Toxicological and Transgenic Scientific Research”

Aquaculture-2015 is comprised of 14 tracks and 97 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Aquaculture-2015.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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  • Track 1-1Environmental laws and regulations that affect aquaculture operations
  • Track 1-2Aquaculture eco-label certification
  • Track 1-3Environmental and socio-economic impacts of inland and coastal aquaculture
  • Track 1-4Comparative legal approaches in aquaculture
  • Track 1-5International trade dimensions in aquaculture
  • Track 1-6Aquatic life water quality criteria and effluent guidelines
  • Track 1-7Current policy and regulatory initiatives
  • Track 1-8Standards and certifications
  • Track 2-1Fish farming techniques & approaches
  • Track 2-2Crustaceans farming techniques
  • Track 2-3Oyster farming techniques
  • Track 2-4Algaculture
  • Track 2-5Aquaponics
  • Track 2-6Integrated multi trophic aquaculture
  • Track 2-7Induced breeding techniques
  • Track 2-8Open ocean aquaculture and deep sea aquaculture
  • Track 3-1Ecological flow management & fish habitat
  • Track 3-2Captive breeding
  • Track 3-3Ethnoichthyology & native fish conservation
  • Track 3-4Conservation biology of fishes
  • Track 3-5Conservation of endangered species
  • Track 3-6Catchment scale environment management in fish conservation
  • Track 3-7Principles of linking fish habitat
  • Track 3-8Stream fish ecology
  • Track 3-9Fish community structure & function in two habitat gradient
  • Track 3-10Pelagic energy pathways
  • Track 3-11Ecological effects on terrestrial & aquatic communities
  • Track 3-12Impact of climate change on the oceans and its effect on marine living resources
  • Track 4-1Aquatic toxicity tests
  • Track 4-2Toxicological effects
  • Track 4-3Important aquatic toxicology resources
  • Track 4-4Trace Metal Accumulation in Aquatic Invertebrates
  • Track 4-5Significance to regulatory world
  • Track 5-1Biological diversity of aquatic species
  • Track 5-2Comparative abilities of vegetative regeneration of aquatic plants
  • Track 5-3Sensory biology of aquatic animals
  • Track 5-4Mechanism of force generation in aquatic locomotion
  • Track 5-5Evolutionary adaptions of fishes to photic environment
  • Track 5-6Adaption of visual pigments to the aquatic environment
  • Track 6-1Microbial communities in recirculating aquaculture systems.
  • Track 6-2Anaerobic – aerobic biosystems & their applications
  • Track 6-3Integrated biosystems
  • Track 6-4Offshore aquaculture mooring systems current status & future development
  • Track 6-5Lava stones & oyster shells as biofilter substrates
  • Track 6-6Engineered biosystems
  • Track 7-1Bioactive compounds
  • Track 7-2Fish protein hydrolysates
  • Track 7-3Fish oils in biodiesel production
  • Track 7-4Enzymes from fish, aquatic invertebrates & shell fish
  • Track 7-5Fish gelatin as an alternative to mammalian gelatin
  • Track 7-6Shrimp by products as animal feed
  • Track 7-7Antibacterial peptide from crab by products
  • Track 7-8Economical importance of aquatic resources
  • Track 8-1Viral diseases
  • Track 8-2Bacterial diseases
  • Track 8-3Fungal diseases
  • Track 8-4Parasitic diseases
  • Track 8-5Disease implications of aquaculture & wild fish populations
  • Track 8-6Human health implications of fish disease
  • Track 8-7Disease diagnosis & emergencies
  • Track 8-8Operational & record management
  • Track 8-9Control of sea lice on salmon farm sites
  • Track 9-1Emerging technologies: Imaging, genetics & genomics
  • Track 9-2Reproduction and regeneration
  • Track 9-3In scientific research
  • Track 9-4In medical research and drug discovery
  • Track 9-5Anotomical features similar to humans
  • Track 9-6New species and strain development
  • Track 10-1Diversification of farmed species and sites
  • Track 10-2Diversification of cultured density & production systems
  • Track 10-3Diversification of production cycle
  • Track 10-4Diversification of processed and elaborated products
  • Track 10-5Diversity and sustainability of aquaculture nutrition
  • Track 10-6Impact of changing demographics on the structure of fisheries and aquaculture industries
  • Track 11-1Effects of pesticides and organic pollutants on immune system
  • Track 11-2Commercial Immune stimulants
  • Track 11-3Cellular response to pathogens
  • Track 11-4DNA vaccines as tools for protective immune response
  • Track 11-5Regional trends in aquatic recovery
  • Track 12-1Gut Physiology and Function
  • Track 12-2Aquatic physiology of thermal and chemical discharges
  • Track 12-3Osmotic and ionic regulation in aquatic animals
  • Track 12-4Anaesthetic and sedative techniques for aquatic animals
  • Track 12-5Light and photosynthesis in aquatic ecosystems
  • Track 12-6Abnormal & aggressive behavior
  • Track 12-7Biology of aquatic vascular plants
  • Track 13-1In concern of animal welfare
  • Track 13-2In concern of the environment
  • Track 13-3In concern of consumers’ autonomy
  • Track 13-4Ethical analysis of the use of GM fish
  • Track 13-5Mapping the ethical implications of potential technological trajectories
  • Track 14-1Effects of dissolved and particulate wastes
  • Track 14-2Dietary sources and waste reduction
  • Track 14-3Recycling and reclamation of aquaculture wastes
  • Track 14-4Genetic and ecological interactions of escapes
  • Track 14-5Diseases, parasites and medicines and their environmental interactions
  • Track 14-6 Interactions with birds and mammals