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Below you can read more about the courses provided in the specialisation Global and Sustainable Production. Two of the other topics are plant-based feeds and ‘balanced harvesting’. For more information about this course and other AFI-courses, please use the “read more” button. Solutions to problems in animal production can only be found by taking into account the many interrelationships between the production sector and the socio-economic environment. Tracking the house-entry flights of host-seeking malaria mosquitoes in Malawi, Africa This study will examine the flight behaviour of the malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae, around houses in semi-field conditions in Malawi, Africa.

For more information about this course and other AFI-courses, please use the “read more” button. AFI contributes to sustainable fish production in a world where demands for seafood are rising to unprecedented levels. Approaches to animal production that go beyond the individual animal level are becoming increasingly important. We are interested in determining whether an optimal dietary protein-to-energy ratio can be found for Nile tilapia. To meet these increased demands, while safeguarding environmental sustainability, we need innovations that use principles of animal biology and ecology and build on the potential of aquatic ecosystems. For more information, see link Small Fish and Food Security:

The course deals with the economic, ecological and managerial sustainability of fish capture and aquaculture.

Future Livestock Systems APS In this course you will think about and explore future possibilities for livestock production. If you have any questions about the specialisation Global and Sustainable Production, you can contact the programme director dr.

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This research aims at improving resource-use efficiency of Nile tilapia production. Approaches to animal production that go beyond the individual animal level are becoming increasingly important.

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Aquaculture Production Systems AFI This course deals with the relation between aquatic organisms algae, fish, crustaceans, molluscs and their environment, the latter comprising the direct production space and the wider environment in which farms operate. We are interested in determining whether an optimal dietary protein-to-energy ratio can be found for Nile tilapia. Tracking the house-entry flights of host-seeking malaria thess in Malawi, Theesis This study will examine the flight behaviour of the malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae, around houses in semi-field conditions in Malawi, Africa.

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Two of the other topics are plant-based feeds and ‘balanced harvesting’.

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If you wish to discuss a thesis, please contact the AFI secretariat by sending an e-mail to: Content Search thesiw Breadcrumb. Able to start in April or May ? To what extent can an ecomorphological approach of the pharyngeal jaws explain the feeding differentiation among Dutch cyprinids? Sustainability in Fish and Seafood Production AFI Tehsis course deals with the economic, ecological and managerial sustainability of fish capture and aquaculture. The online study handbook provides detailed information.

See link Macro-nutrient composition of aquafeeds: What are the success factors for the recruitment of young fish in the branches of the River rhine?

Global and Sustainable Production

For more information, see link Ecomorphological analysis of the pharyngeal jaw apparatus of cyprinid fish in relation to aquatic food types. For more information about our projects, research facilities and recent publications, please use the “read more” button. This course addresses the occurrence and transmission of diseases in populations, as well as risk factors that contribute to the occurrence of these diseases epidemiology and how the importance of these risk factors can be quantified.

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For more information, see link The success of thesiis fish recruitment in the Rhine River secondary channels We are interested in how juvenile river fish use floodplain habitats along the rivers IJssel and Waal. For more information, see link. Students receive the opportunity to give a lecture and to write a paper about the trend they want to investigate.

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Content Search box Breadcrumb. The aim is to guarantee sufficient food supply for mankind in a responsible way, theis compromising culture and the environment.

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The aim of the Small Fish for Food project is to obtain a quantified view on the flows from fisher to consumer of small fish in Ghana, Uganda, Kenya and possibly Tanzania by making a mass balance of production and trade flows. Causes and consequences of parasite infestation in thesiss placental live-bearing fish Organisms dispose of limited resources that are allocated to different functions such as growth, reproduction, survival, and maintenance.

Wing damage in thess honeybees Tyesis honeybee is one of the most important natural pollinators, both in nature and in agriculture. Flight is crucial for successful pollination, MSc Information BSc information. Solutions to problems in animal production can only be found by taking into account the many interrelationships between the production sector and the socio-economic environment.

Aquaculture and Fisheries Group

Does morphology tthesis invasive round goby Neogobius melanostomus differ between invasion events and what does this mean for feeding competitive interactions with native species? For more information, see link Small Fish and Food Security: This course is focused on preventive management of infections and diseases. It is our mission to be leading in academic research and education on sustainable Aquaculture and Fisheries, with a focus on society relevant questions and on the interactions between aquatic organisms and their environment.