By Bradford Sherman
Dr. Hanping Wang’s latest book, Sex Control In Aquaculture, has been named one of the best aquaculture books of all time by the popular book recommendation and ranking website BookAuthority.com.
The 888-page, two-volume book is a comprehensive resource that covers all aspects of sex control in aquaculture, and was written by internationally-acclaimed scientists. Wang, who serves as the Principal Scientist and Director of the Aquaculture Research Center and Aquaculture Genetics and Breeding Laboratory at The Ohio State University South Centers, was the editor of the book alongside Francesc Piferrer and Song-Lin Chen.
The book’s first edition was published in January 2019 by Wiley-Blackwell.
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In addition to Wang, South Centers staff members Zhi-Gang Shen, Hong Yao, Dean Rapp, and Paul O’Bryant also contributed to authoring chapters in the book. Sarah Swanson provided chapter coordination and Bradford Sherman, Joy Bauman, and Jordan Bostic contributed to the book by providing English language editing.
Additionally, Sex Control in Aquaculture also recognized as one of the best new aquaculture eBooks of 2020. A hardcover copy of the book or downloadable Kindle digital version are both for sale from Amazon.