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Full‐Life Cycle Aquaculture of the Pacific Bluefin Tuna

Full‐Life Cycle Aquaculture of the Pacific Bluefin Tuna

  • 熊井 英水(編著)/ 宮下 盛(編著)/ 坂本 亘(編著)/ 小野 征一郎(編著)
  • Introductory Chapter History,Current Status and Perspective of Bluefin Tuna Aquaculture / Kumai Hidemi
    • 1.International situation about tunas
    • 2.History of tuna consumption
    • 3.History of bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean Sea
    • 4.The day of the tuna:10 October
    • 5.History of the tuna fishery in Japan
    • 6.Advance of civilization exhausts tuna resources
    • 7.Tuna fishery regulation and measures for a sustainable fishery
    • 8.Increasing demand for tuna,and countermeasures
    • 9.The challenge of full‐life cycle aquaculture of Pacific bluefin tuna:Why bluefin tuna?
    • 10.History of tuna cultivation
    • 11.Feed for tuna culture and growth
    • 12.Maturation and spawning
    • 13.Artificial incubation and culture of larvae
    • 14.Achievement of full‐life cycle aquaculture and subsequent results
    • 15.Significance and prospects of full‐life cycle aquaculture
    • 16.Need to introduce fishery economics into the field of fish propagation and culture
  • Chapter 1 Maturation,Spawning and Hatching
    • §1.Maturation,spawning and hatching / Murata Osamu ; Miyashita Shigeru
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Adult tuna aquaculture
    • 3.Maturation
    • 4.Spontaneous spawning
    • 5.Emergence from eggs
    • 6.Influence of water temperature on rate of development and hatching
    • §2.Biotechnology / Sawada Yoshifumi
    • 1.Future perspective in tuna reproduction under aquaculture condition
    • 2.Tuna breeding
    • 3.Biotechnology in tuna breeding
    • 4.Protection of intellectual property of tuna aquaculture products and their breedingmethods
  • Chapter 2 Fingerling production−Ⅰ Enhancement of Survival Rate of Pre‐Flexion Larvae / Sakamoto Wataru ; Kurata Michio ; Takaoka Osamu
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Surfacing behavior and surface tension
    • 3.Initial swim bladder inflation(ISI)and surface layer skimming
    • 4.Optimal skimming period for ISI and number of surface death
    • 5.Sinking death and body density control by swim bladder
    • 6.Enhancement of survival rate of sinking death based on aeration
  • Chapter 3 Fingerling production−Ⅱ Flexion Larvae to Juveniles / Ishibashi Yasunori
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Recent status of larval and juvenile rearing and their growth
    • 3.Cannibalism and aggressive behavior
    • 4.Death due to contact or collision
    • 5.Skin injury caused by handling
    • 6.Massive death immediately after transport
    • 7.Conclusion
  • Chapter 4 Cultivation / Okada Tokihiko ; Mukai Yoshio
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Site selection for cultivation
    • 3.Rearing technology
    • 4.Production control
    • 5.Sea cage management
    • 6.Disease
    • 7.Marketing
  • Chapter 5 Formula Feed for Pacific Bluefin Tuna / Takii Kenji
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Feeding stimulants
    • 3.Dietary protein source for juvenile PBT
    • 4.Suitable dietary protein,lipid and sugar levels for juvenile PBT
    • 5.Lipid sources for the replacement of SRO
    • 6.Final remarks
  • Chapter 6 Improvement of the Muscle Quality of Cultured Pacific Bluefin Tuna(Thunnus orientalis) / Tsukamasa Yasuyuki
    • 1.Differences in proximate and fatty acid compositions between wild and cultured Pacific bluefin tuna muscles
    • 2.The reason why toro is delicious
    • 3.Effect of brief fasting on the muscle quality of cultured Pacific bluefin tuna
    • 4.Further studies on the practical use of the fasting techniqne
  • Chapter 7 Safety as a Food Material / Ando Masashi
    • 1.Mercury contents in full‐life cycle cultured bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis Quite a different relationship exists between body weight and mercury level in comparison with wild bluefin tuna
    • 2.Control in mercury contents by using tail muscle of full‐life cycle cultured bluefin tuna The need for cheap sampling in the analysis of expensive fish
    • 3.A simple method for reducing the mercury levels in cultured bluefin tuna The key is using feed with low mercury levels
  • Chapter 8 Optimum Design for an Aquaculture Facility / Takagi Tsutomu
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Aquaculture net cage of Pacific bluefin tuna
    • 3.Background of the development of NaLA
    • 4.Numerical model for fishing gear simulation
    • 5.Validity assessment of the NaLA system
    • 6.Structure of aquaculture facility
    • 7.Dynamic analysis for an aquaculture net cage using NaLA
    • 8.Facility design with considering cultured fish behaviour
    • 9.Conclusion
  • Chapter 9 Certification for Aquaculture / Ariji Masahiko
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Classification of aquaculture certification systems
    • 3.The structure of certification
    • 4.Outline of the FAO’s Technical Guidelines on Aquaculture Certification
    • 5.The principles and standards of the guidelines
    • 6.Predictable future trends
    • 7.Strategies for the Japanese aquaculture industry
  • Final Chapter The Current State of the Bluefin Tuna Aquaculture Industry,Including Challenges and Prospects / Ono Seiichiro
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.The current state of the tuna aquaculture industry
    • 3.International and domestic comparison
    • 4.Challenges and prospects for the tuna aquaculture industry