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SEAFDEC/AQD buildings named after prime movers

By Development Communication Section     The prime movers in the establishment of SEAFDEC/AQD were honored in dedication ceremonies as two buildings at the Tigbauan Main Station were named after them. The Administration Building is now named as the Dr. Quiterio F. Miravite Hall while the Nutrition and Reproductive Physiology Building is now the Dean Domiciano K. Villaluz Hall, in honor of these men who were instrumental in the establishment of SEAFDEC/AQD in the Philippines in 1973. Markers dedicating the buildings were unveiled by SEAFDEC/AQD officials and representatives of the families of Dr. Miravite and Dean Villaluz on 13 July 2018 as a highlight of SEAFDEC/AQD’s 45th Anniversary Celebration. “This is a way to say thank you to them and …

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Piñol: Let’s tap SEAFDEC expertise

Philippine Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel “Manny” Piñol expressed support to SEAFDEC/AQD and advised officials of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to more closely coordinate with its experts.

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ASEAN delegates visit SEAFDEC/AQD

The delegates attending the 17th ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) Council Meeting and the 22nd Senior Officials Committee for the ASCC Meeting visited SEAFDEC/AQD Tigbauan Main Station on 9 March 2017

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2020 Training

  Date/Status Training Course* Training Fee Venue** USD PHP (discounted rate for Filipinos) 11-16 May Accepting applicants 21-25 September Accepting applicants Freshwater prawn hatchery and grow-out operations 500 6,500 BFS To be arranged Accepting applicants Distance learning course: Principles of aquaculture nutrition 600 8,000 Online 22-26 June Accepting applicants 10-14 August Accepting applicants Tilapia hatchery and grow-out operations 550 6,500 BFS Postponed until further notice Sandfish (Holothuria scabra) seed production, nursery and management 1,300 15,000 TMS Postponed until further notice Carp hatchery and grow-out operations 550 6,500 BFS May Accepting applicants Abalone hatchery and grow-out 1,800 16,000 TMS To be arranged Accepting applicants Seaweed farming 1,200 14,000 TMS 22 June-28 July Accepting applicants Marine fish hatchery operations 2,400 20,000 TMS …

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AEM Textbooks Conference proceedings Posters AEM Aquaculture Extension Manuals (AEM) AEM 65 Nursery Culture of Tropical Anguillid Eels in the Philippines Maria Lourdes Cuvin-Aralar, Frolan Aya, Maria Rowena Romana-Eguia, Dan Joseph Logronio (2019) 37 pp A 37-page manual with topics on the biology, breeding, transport, site requirement, nutritional requirement, nursery rearing, and disease management of anguillid eels among others. Each print copy costs US$6 Browse through the contents AEM 64 Diseases of juvenile and adult mud crab Scylla spp. in the Philippines Eleonor A. Tendencia, Ma. Venuz C. Cabilitasan, Emilia Tobias-Quinitio (2017) 30 pp A 30-page manual detailing the different diseases of mud crab and the corresponding prevention/control measures. Each copy costs US$ 4 Browse through the contents  AEM 63 …

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AQD awards

SEAFDEC / AQD Award Winning Research Papers and other Achievement Awards 1987-1991 1992-1996 1997-2001 2002-2006 2007-2011 2012-2016 1987-1991  1987. ICLARM NAGA Award for Best Scientific Paper Gonzal AC, Aralar EV, Pavico JMF.  1987.  The effects of water hardness on the hatching and viability of silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) eggs.  Aquaculture 64:111-118. 1987. Department of Science and Technology (DOST) – Philippine Council for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development (PCAMRD).  1st Dr. Elvira O. Tan Memorial Award for Fisheries Research. Best Research Paper Baticados MCL, Coloso RM, Duremdez RC.  1986.  Studies on the chronic soft-shell syndrome in the tiger prawn, Penaeus monodon Fabricius, from brackishwater ponds.  Aquaculture 56:271-285. 1988. DOST-PCAMRD. 2nd Dr. Elvira O. Tan Memorial Award for Best Published Paper in Aquaculture/Inland Fisheries Millamena OM, Primavera JH, Pudadera RA, Caballero RV. …

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