Aquaculture News

News published on April 24, 2008:

Breeding can reduce salmon lice problems

Some salmon are more easily infested with salmon lice than others. Utilising this in the breeding of farmed salmon can save millions and reduce the infestation pressure of salmon lice among wild salmonids. Thes...
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Nofima
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News published on April 24, 2008:

Both fish oil and seal oil reduce joint pain

From studies, seal oil is known to reduce joint pain. In a new study headed by NIFES patients with joint pain drank fish oil or seal oil for 14 days. The results show that both treatments reduce joint pain and ...
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NIFES
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140 0
News published on April 24, 2008:

Sandworms and seaweed; an unlikely partnership

A Bribie Island research project involving sandworms and seaweed products has the potential to deliver significant benefits for Queensland aquaculture farmers and our environment. Minister for Primary Industrie...
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Bym News
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News published on April 23, 2008:

Freshwater herring had salty origin

East Africa’s Lake Tanganyika has a highly diverse fauna which closely resembles marine animals. A researcher at the University of Zurich has traced the origins of the freshwater herring of the Lake to a marine...
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Plos One press release
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News published on April 23, 2008:

Shrimp aquaculture standard launched at ESE

A new shrimp farming standard will be launched at European Seafood Exposition in Brussels today. Moving towards sustainable shrimp farming, GLOBALGAP has developed the shrimp farming standard based on demand fo...
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Fish Update / GlobalGAP
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News published on April 23, 2008:

Natural preservative from olives keeps fish fresh

Hydroxytyrosol, a natural polyphenol from olives, may extend the shelf-life of fish products to the same extent as synthetic preservatives, suggests new research. Fish is notoriously difficult to incorporate in...
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Nutra Ingredients
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News published on April 23, 2008:

Fish management: Viking Atlantic buys Grading Systems

Shetland-based Grading Systems, which went into administration along with cod farmer No Catch, has been bought by Norwegian company Viking Atlantic, it was announced today. Grading Systems went into administrat...
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Fish Update
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News published on April 23, 2008:

Aquaculture holds ocean of opportunity for soy

The United Soybean Board and the soybean checkoff continue developing new uses and new demand for soybeans in all lands of the world, and even the ocean holds great potential for soy. Thanks in part to checkoff...
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Wisconsin Ag Connection
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News published on April 21, 2008:

Monitoring data of fish and shrimp from the Barents Sea

As part of the follow-up of the government's management plan for the Barents Sea, NIFES has investigated the levels of a number of undesirable substances in cod, capelin and shrimp in these waters. Most of the ...
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NIFES
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185 0
News published on April 18, 2008:

Seafood and health – global challenges

The global agenda of seafood safety and health is set by WHO, FDA, EFSA and FAO. In this years Seafood and Health Conference, to be held in Bergen on 13-15 of May, key figures within these organizations will di...
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NIFES
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171 0
 
 
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