BSc Thesis Subjects

How good are fish feeds: over-processing of protein.

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Supervision and contact: Johan Schrama (johan.schrama@wur.nl)

Number of possible students: 2

Bioflocs, the key to feed more with less: bio-active compounds in bioflocs-based aquaculture systems?

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Supervision: Joost van Loo, Ep Eding, Marc Verdegem

Contact: Marc.verdegem@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 2

Plant ingredients and their interaction with salt metabolism

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Supervision and contact: Johan Schrama and Thomas Staessen

Johan.schrama@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 1

Phenotypic plasticity in acclimation mechanisms for improved oxygen uptake in fish: its role in fish ecology and aquaculture.

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Supervision and contact: Ep.eding@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 1

Polychaeta as extractive species in Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture systems

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Supervision: Marc Verdegem and Marit Nederlof

Contact: Marc.verdegem@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 1

Selective fishing, balanced harvesting and sustainability of fisheries and ecosystems: the effects of selective fishing on species and sizes to fish communities.

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Supervision: Paul van Zwieten, Leo Nagelkerke and Adriaan Rijnsdorp

Contact: Paul.vanzwieten@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 3

Control of carbon dioxide concentration in culture water of recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS)

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Supervision: Ep Eding and Davood Karimi

Contact: Ep.eding@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 1

Effect of diet on the intestinal microflora in fish

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Supervision: Johan Schrama, Marc Verdegem and Roel Maas

Contact: Johan.schrama@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 1

Fish feed for aquaponic systems: factors determining the dietary phosphorus and mineral composition in the metabolic waste of tilapia.

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Supervision and contact: Ep.eding@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 1

Diversity and roles of algae in shrimp ponds

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Supervision: Marc Verdegem and Tinh Tran

Contact: Marc.verdegem@wur.nl

Number of possible students: 1