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European sea bass - Dicentrarchus labrax

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Genetic effects of domestication, culture and breeding of fish and shellfish, and their impacts on wild populations. D. Crosetti, S. Lapègue, I. Olesen, T. Svaasand (eds), 6 pp.
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GenImpact WP1 GENIMPACT Evaluation of genetic impact of aquaculture activities on native populations. A European network WP1. Genetics of domestication, breeding and enhancement of performance of fish and shellfish European sea bass - Dicentrarchus labrax ©CretAquarium©CretAquarium P. Haffray1, C. S. Tsigenopoulos2, F. Bonhomme3, B. Chatain4, A. Magoulas2, M. Rye5, A. Triantafyllidis6 and C. Triantaphyllidis6 1 SYSAAF, Rennes, France 2 HCMR, Crete, Greece 3 CNRS, Montpellier, France 4 Ifremer, Palavas, France 5 AKVAFORSK Genetics Center, Sunndalsøra, Norway 6 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece Haffray P., Tsigenopoulos C. S., Bonhomme F., Chatain B., Magoulas A., Rye M., Triantafyllidis A. and Triantaphyllidis C. (2006). European sea bass - Dicentrarchus labrax. In: “Genetic effects of domestication, culture and breeding of fish and shellfish, and their impacts on wild populations.” D. Crosetti, S. Lapègue, I. Olesen, T. Svaasand (eds). GENIMPACT project: Evaluation of genetic impact of aquaculture activities on native populations. A European network. WP1 workshop “Genetics of domestication, breeding and enhancement of performance of fish and shellfish”, Viterbo, Italy, 12-17th June, 2006,6 pp. http://genimpact.imr.no/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------- A. Biology, ecology and genetics Distribution Capture & Aquaculture production for European sea bass 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 19 80 19 82 19 84 19 86 19 88 19 90 19 92 19 94 19 96 19 98 20 00 20 02 20 04 Year Q ua nt ity (t ) Capture Aquaculture The European (or common) sea bass, Dicentrarchus labrax L. (Moronidae, Perciformes) is found in coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean from South of Norway (60°N) to Western Sahara (30°N) and throughout the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. It has been

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