Bibliographical References

The Omega 3 this gift in these lipdeos, and is a known type of fat as acid greasy essential therefore is very important for a good health. Having itself to lead in consideration that the human body is not capable to produce Omega 3, having that to get it of the feeding. From innumerable research it was evidenced diverse benefits of Omega 3 for the heart and all circulatrio system. Benefits which still more favor the consumption of this type of meat. 3 Consideraes Final From this work was concluded that the piscicultura comes growing in the parents with passing of the time, folloied of the growth of the demand of the fish meat. Where the tilpia if becomes a viable option to be cultivated not alone by great producers, but also for small. Beyond possessing in our region a great hdrica wealth.

Being an option of low investment and high yield, therefore this, beyond if to reproduce with easiness, this species possesss positive characteristics as weight profit, rusticidade among others. After some research, was evidenced that the Gift ancestry presented one better performances of a general form, when compared the other ancestries. All these characteristics joined with an adequate handling and the implantation of programs of genetic improvement, construct a business that possesss all the determinative factors to reach the success in the enterprise. 4 Bibliographical References: WORLDFISH CENTER. Manual GIFT technology: an aid you the tilapia selective breeding. useful source of information. Penang, 2004.

ZIMMERMANN, S. artificial Incubation: technique allows the production of tilpias-do-Nile genetically superior. WAGNER, P.M.; RIBEIRO, R.P.; MOREIRA, H.L.M.; VARGAS, L.; POVH, J. the Evaluation of the productive performance of ancestries of tilpia of the Nile (Oreochromis niloticus) in different phases of creation. Scientiarum minutes. MELO, D.C et al. Genetic characterization of six breeding of tilpia (Oreochromis) using marking micron satellites. Arq. Bras. Med. Vet. Zootec., Belo Horizonte, v. 58, N. 1, P.

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