Moroccan graduate students successfully complete the III University Master in Marine Aquaculture of the ULPGC

June 2014

The III Marine Aquaculture Master in ULPGC is now coming to an end. The Moroccan graduate students who have taken these studies with the support of AQUATRANS Project have successfully completed the course and are now preparing the presentation of their Master's theses. We wanted to take the opportunity to introduce these bright students and their dissertations:

Samira SARIH comes from Tetouan, where she completed her studies of Biology and Geology in Biosciences, Health and Environment, and the Bachelor of Animal Biology (Faculty of Sciences of Tetouan, University Abdelmalek Essaâdi).

Title of the thesis: Effectiveness of the stimulation of meagre (Argyrosomus regius) spawning by injection with HGC and by GnRHa implant. Effect on production and quality of the spawning.

Director of thesis: Dr. Hipólito Fernández-Palacios Barber.

Najlae EL KERTAOUI, born in Tetouan, completed her higher studies in Rabat where she studied Agricultural Engineering at the Agricultural and Veterinary Institute Hassan II.

Title of the thesis: Determination of nutritional requirements in n-3 HUFA and study of the effects of vitamins E and C in meagre (Argyrosomus regius).

Directors of the thesis: Dr. Carmen Hernandez-Cruz and Dr. Daniel Montero.