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    • Agri officials hail building of fisheries lab in Iloilo town 

      Labiste, Ma. Diosa (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 12, 2003, on page A15)
      Agriculture and fishery officials welcomed the establishment of a biotechnology laboratory here as "uplifting news" in aqua0culture industry amid the global gloom spawned by th crisis in the Middle East. The facility, built ...
    • Aquaculture recovery depends on managing bacteria antibiotic resistance 

      S&T Media Service (BusinessWorld, February 12, 2001, on page S1/1)
      The two common pathogens in marine and freshwater environments known to scientists as Vibrio spp. and Aeromonas spp. are resistant to antibiotics widely used in aquaculture feeds. This was shown in a survey using bacterial ...
    • Bacteria blamed for slump in aquaculture 

      Portal, Tadz (Panay News, June 9, 2001, on page 4)
      For the aquaculture industry of Panay Island to recover and develop, it must first manage the bacteria or pathogens in marine and freshwater environment that are getting more resistant to antibiotics. Two of the common ...
    • Can bangus from Tigbauan feed the world? 

      (Panay News, November 4, 2017, on page 1, 2, 14)
      Iloilo - Feeding more than nine billion people by 2050 is one of the world’s greatest challenges, according to the United Nations (UN). At the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) - Aquaculture Department ...
    • Fish be with you! 

      Lagoc, Julia Carreon (The News Today, August 19, 2005, on page 6)
      Fishworld is a dream come true of SEAFDEC scientist Dr. Doris Bagarinao, an environmental activist nonpareil. A museum-aquarium-ecopark, it was built “to promote informal education needed for responsible aquaculture and ...
    • Maya-maya, sea horse mow grow in captivity, boosting chances for intense breeding in ponds 

      (Manila Bulletin, January 18, 2001, on page D-3)
      This time it's red snapper (maya-maya) and sea gorse!. These are the latest marine species whose life cycles have been completed in captivity by researchers of the government-hosted Southeast Asian Fisheries Development ...
    • New methods could control fish disease 

      Villamor, Marites S. (BusinessWorld, January 28, 2010, on page S1/8)
      Scientists at the Iloilo-based Aquaculture Department (AQD) of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) have developed methods and vaccines to control the viral nervous necrosis disease in economically ...
    • Physician now an aquaculturist 

      Subong, Elsa S. (The Daily Guardian, November 3, 2017, on page 1, 7)
      A physician by profession, she chose to manage a 31-hectare fishpond rather than run a clinic or hospital. She is Dr. Vernoni Dulalia of Dumangas, Iloilo, whose income from her fishponds inspired her to train at the ...
    • SEAFDEC/AQD aims to boost fisheries production 

      (The Daily Guardian, October 21, 2017, on page B1)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center- Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD) is geared towards production-oriented research activities. AQD Chief Dan Baliao believes this will enhance capture fisheries that has ...
    • Small fisherfolk to get Laguna Lake fisheries priority 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Manila Bulletin, March 30, 2017, on page B-8)
      The Laguna Lake Development Authority(LLDA) will prioritize small fisherfolk for fisheries in Laguna de Bay, the Philippines’ biggest lake. Allocation of the lake’s fishing areas will prioritize such fisherfolk there, noted ...
    • Small fishermen lose out in fight for fishing areas 

      Cinco, Maricar (Philippine Daily Inquirer, January 4, 2017, on page A4)
      The lake annually produces 400,000 metric tons of milkfish (Chanos chanos) and tilapia. It supplies 70 percent of the fish requirements of Luzon and parts of the Visayas, aside from various marine products caught in open ...