Taught by Dr. Delbert Gatlin
WFSC 444. Aquaculture I: Principles and Practices. (3-3). Credit 4. Scientific perspectives concerning major principles associated with fish production under controlled conditions; production techniques associated with prominent species produced via aquaculture throughout the world with emphasis on those cultured in the United States.
Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor. Syllabus
WFSC 447. Aquaculture II: Aquatic Animal Nutrition, Feeding and Disease Management. (3-3). Credit 4. Review of scientific perspectives on major aspects of nutrition, diet formulation and feeding of aquatic species in aquaculture; major disease-causing organisms encountered in aquaculture and means of disease prevention and control. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor. Syllabus
WFSC 623. Aquaculture. (3-3). Credit 4. Principle of fish production for stock enhancement and human food. Species of fish used for production, cross-breeding and selection; feeds and feeding of fish and nutritional and environmental requirements for optimum productivity; effects of fish production on land and water uses as related to conservation. Prerequisite: Graduate classification or approval of instructor. Syllabus
WFSC 647. Nutritional Biochemistry of Fishes. (3-0). Credit 3. Principles of nutritional biochemistry including nutrient metabolism and biochemical energetics with special emphasis on finfish and shell fish. Prerequisite: BICH 410 or equivalent. Cross-listed with NUTR 647. Syllabus