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Applied biology of aqua culture species (1 of 6)

R 2,000.00

Course Overview

AVAILABLE June 2019

This module will cover the basic biology and anatomy of fish in general.

Aquaculture includes a wide variety of species, namely fishes, bivalves, scallops, crustaceans, and plants. These organisms live in a wide range of environments that include fresh, brackish and seawater; warm, cold and moderate temperatures; to which they need to adapt in terms of anatomy, physiology and behaviour.

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Course Objective

In this course participants will learn to:

  1. The learner will have a basic understanding of the biology, anatomy and physiology of fish in general.

Course Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Skin
  3. Skeleton
  4. Muscles
  5. Respiratory System
  6. Circulatory System
  7. Digestive System
  8. Osmo regulatory and Excretory Systems
  9. Nervous System
  10. Endocrine System

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Your Lecturer for this online course:

Henk Stander

Henk Stander holds an M-PHIL degree in Aquaculture from Stellenbosch University. His been working in the Aquaculture Industry for the past 21 years. He is a member of the World Aquaculture Association for the past 10 years and is the current Vice-Chairman of the Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa.

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Data sheet

Language Available
English
Course Level
Beginner
Duration
8 Weeks
Available
Per Month
NQF Level
NQF 6
Credits
16 Credits
Certification
University Certificate (Credit Bearing)
Course Type
Short Course

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