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Question 1: ________) and organic extractive (e.g.

Question 2: [37] Concerns include waste handling, side-effects of antibiotics, competition between farmed and wild animals, and using other fish to feed consumer-desired ________ fish.

Question 3: A facility that releases juvenile fish into the wild for recreational ________ or to supplement a species' natural numbers is generally referred to as a fish hatchery.
Fishing techniquesFishingWild fisheriesFishing industry

Question 4: GESAMP (2008) Assessment and communication of environmental risks in coastal aquaculture ________ Reports and Studies No 76.
CyprusAzerbaijanUniversal Postal UnionFood and Agriculture Organization

Question 5: The nutritional value of farm raised ________ may be compromised due to the amount of corn included in the feed.
TilapiaCatfishAtlantic salmonSillaginidae

Question 6: Increasing ________ problems, repeated disease outbreaks, and pressure and criticism from both NGOs and consumer countries led to changes in the industry in the late 1990s and generally stronger regulation by governments.

Question 7: [7] When the waters subsided after river floods, some fishes, mainly carp, were trapped in ________.
VolcanoGreat LakesLakeEndorheic basin

Question 8: [54][55] Fish that are higher on the ________ are less efficient sources of food energy.
Trophic levelAutotrophChemosynthesisEcosystem

Question 9: [19] In recent years salmon aquaculture has become a major export in southern ________, especially in Puerto Montt, Chile's fastest-growing city.

Question 10: A fortunate genetic mutation of carp led to the emergence of goldfish during the ________.
Tang DynastyHan DynastyMing DynastySong Dynasty

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