Development of an all-female yellow perch population: A strategic approach using thermal manipulation, sperm selection, and genomic data analysis
Chaired by Osvaldo J. Sepulveda Villet
Educating a workforce for the aquaculture industry: Matching skill needs of the aquaculture industry with US career and technical education (CTE)
Chaired by Dr. Barbara Evans
1. Assess the workforce needs for the aquaculture industry throughout the 12 states of the North Central Region (NCR). Identify which skills are needed in the workforce to promote industry growth. Read more about Educating a workforce for the aquaculture industry: Matching skill needs of the aquaculture industry with U.S. career and technical education (CTE)
Comprehensive outreach and training program to expand development of NCR aquaculture
Chaired by D. Allen Pattillo
1. Develop a comprehensive training program that addresses subject priorities critical to the advancement of NCR aquaculture.
2. Identify a core team of subject experts who can develop and deliver high quality presentations and demonstrations throughout the NCR. Read more about Comprehensive outreach and training program to expand development of NCR aquculture
Formulation and Assessment of a New Generation of Starter Diets for Largemouth Bass and Yellow Perch Larvae
Chaired by Konrad Dabrowski
Evaluation of Alternative Management Techniques and Systems to Improve Production of Pond-Reared Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens): Modeling the U.S. Catfish Industry
Chaired by Matthew A. Smith
(funded RAES project #24)
The twenty-fourth project - Chaired by Christopher Weeks
The Twenty-seventh Project
Chaired by Carole Engle
- Assess the status of aquaculture associations in the NCR.
Develop strategies to enhance association leadership and participation (e.g., workshops, mentoring, messaging, communication, member satisfaction, improve communication, incentivizing member participation).
Conduct training programs for individuals from state and multistate association(s) that support regional aquaculture development.
Field Assessment of Design and Operation of Midwestern Aquaculture Buildings
Chaired by Albert J. Heber
Collection of Pivotal Field Efficacy Data and Tissue Residue Depletion Data in Support of a New Animal Drug Approval for Florfenicol, Oxytetracycline, and Chloramine-T
The objectives of the third aquaculture drug project. (Florfenicol, oxytetracycline, and chloramine-T) include: Read more about Florfenicol, Oxytetracycline, Chloramine-T, and Hydrogen Peroxide
The objective of this funded aquaculture drug project:
- Provide a portion of the funds required to purchase sufficient radiolabeled AQUI-S7 for use in a total residue depletion study in rainbow trout.
The objectives of this funded aquaculture drug project are:
1. Interact with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) todetermine the data required to validate a determinative method for the AQUI-S® marker residue in fillet tissue from all species of coolwater and warmwater finfish.
Drug Approval Research on 17a-Methyltestosterone
The objectives for the fourth aquaculture drug project, Drug Approval Research on 17-a Methyltestosterone, include:
1.Develop a robust and validated high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy (LC-MS) method to measure 17α-methyltosterone (MT) in fish feed.
2.Conduct a series of stability studies on MT in fish feed.
Drug Approval Research on 17-a Methyltestosterone
The objectives for the sixth aquaculture drug project (November 1, 2005 to October 31, 2006) include:
1. Interact with the Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) to determine the study design and protocol.
2. Submit the study protocol to CVM and gain acceptance from CVM for the study protocol.
Effectiveness research leading to approvals for controlling mortality in coolwater and warmwater finfish due to aeromonad infections with Terramycin 200 for fish® (oxytetracycline dihydrate) and Aquaflor® (florfenicol).
1. Identify the etiologic agent (Aeromonas spp.) from isolates collected from disease outbreaks in the NCR and characterize the disease syndrome before conducting any effectiveness studies. Read more about Effectiveness Research Leading to Approvals for Controlling Mortality in Coolwater and Warmwater Finfish Due to Aeromonad Infections with Terramycin 200 for Fish®
Chaired by Rosalie A. Schnick, National Aquaculture NADA Coordinator, Michigan State University.
There are two sub-projects for this funded project:
Project #1: Official Transfer of 17 α-methyltestosterone (MT) Analytical Method for Feed Read more about Drug Approval Research on 17α-Methyltestosterone
The objectives of this study, from July 1, 1996 through December 31, 1997 were
- To conduct a Target Animal Safety Study under Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) compliance for walleye fingerlings fed 17a-methyltestosterone.
- To evaluate selected dosages of 17a-methltestosterone for effiacy at inducing sex inversion in walley.
Environmental Assessment of Use of 17"-methyltestosterone for Sex Inversion of Newly Hatched Tilapia: A Literature Review to Support the Investigational New Animal Drug Exemption and New Animal Drug Application for 17"-methyltestosterone
Second Aquaculture Drugs Project - Methyltestosterone Literature Review
The objectives of this study, from December 1, 1996 to December 31, 1997, was Read more about Methyltestosterone Literature Review
The Baitfish Project was chaired by Dan Coble. The objectives of the project include:
1. Conduct a comprehensive survey of the status of the bait fish industry in selected north central states to determine: a. species used; b. sizes of species marketed; c. sources of species; d. seasonal availability; e. shortfalls in supplies; f. relative value of various fish and nonfish species; and g. common problems of the industry that may need to be addressed by research. Read more about Baitfish Funded Project #1
This project is chaired by Joe Morris, Iowa State University. The following objectives are to be addressed.
1. Determine what techniques and strategies for early season, indoor spawning of golden shiners and subsequent stocking into ponds will result in growth to 76 mm (3 in) by November 1 of that year.
2. Develop economically viable culture techniques and strategies for growing spotfin shiners to a market size (greater than 51 mm [2 in]). Read more about Baitfish Funded Project #2