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Microbial Dynamics in Shrimp Ponds
Understanding the microbial ecological process in ponds and in the shrimp intestinal tract is vital to maintain and optimize productivity without prophylactic use of hazardous substances, write Marcos H. S. Santos, Tadeu de Silva (INVE do Brasil), Jose...
Nutraceutics for the Control of Bacterial Coldwater Disease
The aquaculture industry has developed significantly over recent decades and is, today, one of the fastest-growing food production sectors in the world. One of the most important problems that affect aquaculture is the appearance of infectious diseases,...
Prevention of White Feces Syndrome, White Gut Disease and White Muscle Disease in Shrimp
Shrimp culture tends to now be developed intensively with upgraded technology for higher and successful production.In many occasions shrimp culture are affected by various diseases and experienced in loss of crop or reduced the production level by various...
Organic Acids Enhance Tiger Shrimp Resistance to Vibrio Harveyi
The threat of disease in the aquaculture industry, coupled with greater restrictions or ban on antibiotic use, has increased interest in evaluating antibiotic alternatives, write Wing-Keong Ng et al, Universiti Sains Malaysia....
Successful Production in Semi-biofloc in Indonesia
An Aquaculture Experience Farm in Java operates a hybrid system, based on a careful balance between autotrophic and heterotrophic organisms which gave average outputs of 20 tonnes/ha in early 2013, Agus Saiful Huda, Junaedi Ispinanto, Fauzan Bahri and...
3-D Printed Parts from Some Commercial Devices Toxic to Zebrafish Embryos
The recent boom in 3-D printing has driven innovations in fields as disparate as haute couture and medical implants....
Bacillus Probiotics Improve Hatchery, Nursery Production In EMS-Hit Mexico
In early 2014, a trial to evaluate the effects of a mixture of Bacillus strains on early mortality syndrome bacteria during the larviculture and nursery phases for shrimp was carried out at a commercial hatchery in Mexico, write Oliver Decamp et al, INVE...
Chemistry of Oxidative Disinfectants
This article will show different behaviours of oxidative disinfectants in corrosivity and efficacy under soiled conditions....
Attractability of Probiotic-Coated Shrimp Feed
Research by Phuthongphan Rattayaporn, Srianek Patipon, Roeland Wouters, Geert Rombaut and Olivier Decamp, INVE Aquaculture, discovered increased palatability of shrimp feed when it was coated with a specific probiotic....
Good Gut Health is Essential to Fish Growth Enhancement
Achieving better growth rates or improved efficiency relies on good gut performance in aquaculture species, write Rui Gonçalves, Gonçalo Santos. ....
Salmon Gill Poxvirus, the Deepest Representative of the Chordopoxvirinae
Poxviruses are large DNA viruses of vertebrates and insects causing disease in many animal species, including reptiles, birds, and mammals. Although poxvirus-like particles were detected in diseased farmed koi carp, ayu and Atlantic salmon, their genetic...
Economic Impact of Aquatic Parasites on Global Finfish Aquaculture Production
Obligate and opportunistic parasites play a critical role in determining the productivity, sustainability and economic viability of global finfish aquaculture enterprises. Without stringent and appropriate control measures, the impact of these pathogens...
Why Advanced Multiple Mycotoxin Detection Matters
A new technology promises to revolutionize the simultaneous detection of mycotoxins and greatly expand our scientific knowledge. Several cases in the field along with the 2014 BIOMIN Mycotoxin Survey results reveal the value of multiple mycotoxin detection...
Mariculture Can Adapt to Climate Change and Ocean Acidification
Both climate change and ocean acidification are going to present challenges for the mariculture industry. Even if we were to immediately cease CO2 production, the time lag between alteration of CO2 concentrations and climatic response is not expected...
Ocean Acidification Spells Trouble for Mariculture
July 2015 saw atmospheric CO2 reach average monthly level of 401.30 parts per million, a huge increase on levels recorded in 1959 – the first year with full high precision instrument data measurements – of 315.97 ppm, and a vast increase on pre-industrial...
 
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