Aquaculture otherwise called fish or shellfish cultivation refers to reproducing, raising, and reaping of plants and animals in a wide range of water situations including lakes, streams, lakes, and the sea. Aquaculture incorporates the generation of seafood from incubation centers and shellfish which are developed to market size in lakes, tanks, confined areas, or raceways. Stock reclamation or "enhancement" is a form of aquaculture in which hatchery fish and shellfish are released into the wild to rebuild wild populations or coastal habitats such as oyster reefs. Aquaculture also includes the production of ornamental fishes for the aquarium trades, and growing plant species used in a wide range of nourishment, pharmaceutical, nutritional, and biotechnology products. Marine aquaculture refers to the culturing of species that live in the ocean. Freshwater aquaculture produces species that are native to rivers, lakes, and streams. Fish for the aquarium trade, and developing plant species utilized as a part of a scope of food, pharmaceutical, dietary, and biotechnology items.