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Monitoring Fish Skeletal Anomalies - A Course by BioMedaqu Project
23-25 September 2019, Rome, Italy
The H2020 project BioMedaqu is organising a training course on the most adequate procedures for monitoring fish skeletal anomalies. Topics to be covered include:
- Differences in skeletal tissues among basal and derived teleosts and mammalians.
- Sampling methodologies, staining protocols and procedures.
- Survey, data input.
- Data analyses.
The course will comprise 11 lectures and 3 practical (laboratory, computer) lessons.
This event is paid.
ThemesFood, agriculture and fisheries, and biotechnology | Horizon 2020 | Life sciences | Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions | European Research Area