Larry Feinberg
Larry Feinberg (United States)
Technical publication

The Rise of Biotechnology to Solve Aquaculture’s Greatest Challenges

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The Rise of Biotechnology to Solve Aquaculture’s Greatest Challenges
Aquaculture is the most efficient and fastest growing source of animal protein for humans but its continued sustainability is of grave concern. The continued reliance on fishmeal to support the growth of aquaculture is not an option anymore as...
Dr. Ebrahim Talebi
Technical publication

Ion Regulation and Osmotic Pressure in the Mnemiopsis Leidyi Existing in Caspian Sea

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Ion Regulation and Osmotic Pressure in the Mnemiopsis Leidyi Existing in Caspian Sea
Ctenophora, a phylum of animal kingdom, is obiquoitous. Mnemiopsis leidyi is one of the species of comb-jelly belongs to Ctenphora phylum. The main habitat of this ctenophore is the east coast of North and South America, which covers the Atlantic...
Olivier Decamp
Olivier Decamp (Thailand)
Video publishing

Nutrition and Beyond Challenges Faced by the Global Shrimp Industry

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Nutrition and Beyond Challenges Faced by the Global Shrimp Industry
Olivier Decamp (INVE Aquaculture) shared with Engormix this presentation on the main challenges of the industry -such as diseases, production and feed costs-, and the possible solutions...
Prakash Chandra Behera
Technical publication

Functionary Properties of Hepatopancreas in Shrimp & Its Protection for Success of Culture

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Functionary Properties of Hepatopancreas in Shrimp & Its Protection for Success of Culture
Global aquaculture production has been steadily increasing over the last decade. Asian countries like Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand and India have emerged as global leaders in shrimp production. In order to bridge the gap between world demand and...
A.M. Abdelhamid
Mansoura University, Egypt
Technical publication

Removal of some heavy metals from mullet (bury fish)

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Removal of some heavy metals from mullet (bury fish)
Because of the very high expensive costs of the local red (from farm animals, as buffaloes, beef, sheep, goats, and camels) and white meats (from poultry, as broilers, ducks, geese, and pigeons), the Egyptian tended to consume (1.8 million ton...
Leo Obaldo
Leo Obaldo (United States)
Video publishing

Innovative Method of Converting Food Wastes for Aquaculture & Livestock Feeds

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Innovative Method of Converting Food Wastes for Aquaculture & Livestock Feeds
Leo Obaldo (Hawaii Department of Agriculture) discussed existing management practices and alternative sources of feed like Black Soldier Fly, during 2019 NIAA Annual Conference: Animal Agriculture - Innovation, Technology and Consumer Engagement...
Ibrahim Hassan
Technical publication

Effects of Cadmium Chloride and Glyphosate on Antioxidants as Biochemical Biomarkers in Nile Tilapia

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Effects of Cadmium Chloride and Glyphosate on Antioxidants as Biochemical Biomarkers in Nile Tilapia
Fish was used as a bioindicators for the detection pollution of the aquatic environment. Fish occupies the top of food chain and is the main source of protein without fats to keep people fit. Heavy metals transfer by water through fish causing...
A.M. Abdelhamid
Mansoura University, Egypt
Technical publication

Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Sieving Wastes of the Egyptian Clover Seeds Instead of Soybean Meal for Tilapia

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Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Sieving Wastes of the Egyptian Clover Seeds Instead of Soybean Meal for Tilapia
The gradual levels of the replacement (sieving wastes meal of the Egyptian clover seeds instead of soybean meal in the fish diets) significantly and gradually increased each of the dietary contents of dry matter, crude protein and carbohydrates...
Mohamed Moaaz Refaey
Mansoura University, Egypt
Technical publication

Aquafat-O® as a Growth and Physiological Enhancer Agent for Hybrid Red Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (L.) × Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters)

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Aquafat-O® as a Growth and Physiological Enhancer Agent for Hybrid Red Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (L.) × Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters)
In commercial aquaculture, the cost of feed is the main problem as it constitutes up to 60% of the total cost of production1. Hence, many researchers examined the use of substitute protein and lipid sources, especially the vegetable sources to...
Carlos Avilán
Carlos Avilán (Community Manager)
Publication of news release

VIV MEA 2020 is postponed until August

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VIV MEA 2020 is postponed until August
VIV MEA management team has decided to postpone VIV MEA 2020 to August 31st – September 2nd, 2020 in Abu Dhabi due to the Coronavirus situation, as described in this report #39 from the WHO published on February 28th, in which the risk assessment...
 
 
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