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Article published the June 11, 2007:

Use of soya in aquafeeds

Aquaculture is the fastest growing segment of livestock production worldwide, growing in large part because production is switching to more intensive, higher input systems. The main input is feed, which offers ...
Author/s :
Lourens De Wet
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Article published the June 6, 2007:

Antiviral immunity and genomic studies in the marine shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei

The immune mechanisms used by invertebrates to fight viral infections remain poorly understood. This lack of information has had a negative impact on the ability of the aquaculture industry to put in place effe...
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Article published the May 30, 2007:

Influence of dietary Bio-Mos® on growth, survival and immune status of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri irideus G.) and common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.)

The success of intensive aquaculture has been the direct result of improved genetics, nutrition and management as well as maximising disease control. A commercial production system can only be economically viab...
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Article published the May 17, 2007:

The organic aquaculture movement: a role for NuPro™ as an alternative protein source

Due to its high palatability and digestibility, as well as its balanced amino acid profile, the aquaculture industry has relied heavily upon fish meal as a major component of aquafeeds; especially for the cultu...
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Article published the May 11, 2007:

Aquatic Fungi And Fish Production In Egypt, II - In Vivo Studies

Saprolegnia is ubiquitous in freshwater ecosystems and is the main genus of water molds responsible for significant fungal infection of freshwater fish and eggs. On fish, Saprolegnia invades epidermal tissues, ...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the May 9, 2007:

Hemolytic activity in blood serum of oreochromis niloticcus under different types of stress

Oreochromis Niloticus fish (O. niloticus) were divided into 9 equal experimental groups included: group (1) as a control, group (2) exposed to phenol (150 μg/l water) for 10 days, group (3) exposed to phen...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the May 2, 2007:

Effect of dietary supplementation of betaine and/or stocking density on performance of nile tilapia

In the present work, feeding O. niloticus fish on diets containing different levels of betaine (0.0, 0.5 and 1.0%) and stocked at three densities (2, 3 and 4 g fish/liter) led to some results which could be sum...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the April 25, 2007:

Substitution of soybean meal by waterhyacinth hay in diets of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)

Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fingerlings were divided into twelve groups (2/treatment) and fed on one of six different diets containing soybean meal protein replaced by 0, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50% protein...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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1128 1
Article published the April 20, 2007:

Mycotoxicoses In Fish With Special Emphasis On The Egyptian Situation

This article included the story of fish mycotoxicoses under Egyptian conditions. The story started by the definition of a mycotoxin, followed by the chemical structures of different known mycotoxins and the ori...
Author/s :
A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the April 17, 2007:

A Bacillus probiont for Black Tiger shrimp culture

Microbes play a critical role in aquaculture systems for shrimp, fish and molluscs at both the hatchery and the grow-out stages since water and soil quality and their effects on aquatic animal health are relate...
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