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Research has been carried out into the development of a recombinant vaccine against the bacterial kidney disease (BKD) of salmonids. The challenging conditions with Renibacterium salmmoninarum, the BKD causal agent, have been optimised and mortalities in the 60 to 80% range ar...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11578
Last updated on: 2003-01-17
[REPORT SUMMARY] Cleaner fish technology
An investigation was made of the potential of cleaner fish (wrasse) to remove sea lice from farmed Atlantic salmon under commercial conditions. Wrasse were cheaper and more effective than dichlorvos in lice control on first sea year salmon. Effectiveness on second sea year sa...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11583
Last updated on: 2001-07-09
Pout fishing was identified as the industrial fishing with the greatest bycatch problems with whiting and herring each providing 5% to 10% of total catch weights in recent years and haddock 1%. 3 different devices were tested for reducing these bycatches. A horizontal separato...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11650
Last updated on: 1998-02-09
The shortcomings of the acoustic and daily egg production (DEPM) methods of assessing fish stocks as applied to the Bay of Biscay anchovy have been identified and corrected. Both methods indicate similar trends in describing the fluctuations of the anchovy population in the pe...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11634
Last updated on: 1998-02-03
The feasibility of a vaccine against the viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS) of salmonids was explored. The following 3 types of vaccines were evaluated with respect to efficacy and safety: a killed virus, an attenuated live virus and recombinant subunit viral protein. The ...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11573
Last updated on: 1998-02-02
Microbiological changes and spoilage of chilled fish products have been studied and the results utilized to construct mathematical models for predicting the shelf life of various products. Vacuum packed (VP) and modified atmosphere packed (MAP) cod fillets, VP salmon steaks an...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11617
Last updated on: 1998-01-27
[REPORT SUMMARY] Fuel saving for trawlers
The purpose of the research work was to identify the fuel saving potential for the Portuguese coastal trawl fleet resulting both from changes in the vessel operating conditions and improvements of the fishing gear performance. The results evidence the good performance of the ...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 16353
Last updated on: 1998-01-27
A study of demersal stocks in the north and west Aegean Sea was carried out in 8 commercial trawler with the duration of each haul ranging between 60-120 minutes, depending on the season, the geographical location and the level of catch. The following points have been examin...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11593
Last updated on: 1998-01-27
[REPORT SUMMARY] Fish Parasites
Research has been carried out to identify proper fish handling and processing procedures so the safety of the consumer can be guaranteed. The studies on the effect of fish handling was carried out on board commercial fishing vessels, while the effect of processing was carried ...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 5772
Last updated on: 1998-01-27
The contract is aimed at an evaluation of the impact of various bycatch fish species on the survival of the important exploited species during the first year of life. Although there is a clear ultimate connection with management issues the research carried out covered only asp...
Programme: FP2-FAR
Record Number: 11640
Last updated on: 1998-01-15
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