Pisciculture

Pis`ci·cul'ture noun [ Latin piscis a fish + English culture .] Fish culture. See under Fish .
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Pisciculture

• (n.) Fish culture. See under Fish.
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pisciculture

pisciculture, piscicultural 1. The controlled breeding, hatching, and rearing of fish, especially for scientific or commercial purposes. 2. The artificial breeding, rearing, and preservation of live fish.
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Pisciculture

The breeding and rearing of fish, for example in hatcheries and fish farms. Pool A relatively wide, rounded area of a river, usually found just downstream of fast, narrow run
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Pisciculture

rearing of fishes.
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