Aquaculture Technical Articles


Article published the March 13, 2018:

Nutrigenomic and Nutritional Analyses Reveal the Effects of Pelleted Feeds on Asian Seabass (Lates calcarifer)

Introduction The global aquaculture production of food fish has increased tremendously over the last decade, reaching 62.7 million metric tonnes in 2011 or about 40.1% of world total fish production [1]. Asian...
Author/s :
Mézes Miklós
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Article published the February 8, 2018:

Optimizing tilapia biofloc technology systems, part 1

Engineering design at Chambo Fisheries, the world’s largest biofloc tank farm for tilapia Battery of eight multi-cohort sequential continuous culture BFT tanks at Chambo Fisheries.   Experience ...
Author/s :
Ramon Kourie
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Article published the January 23, 2018:

Selective manipulation of the gut microbiota improves immune status in vertebrates

INTRODUCTION In a broad sense, every single microorganism has been perceived to be a pathogenic threat, which, if uncontrolled, may cause devastating disease in complex live organisms. To understand this view,...
Author/s :
Delbert GatlinJorge Galindo-VillegasPeter De Schryver
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Article published the December 14, 2017:

World Aquaculture: Environmental Impacts and Troubleshooting Alternatives

  1. Introduction Aquaculture, the farming of aquatic organisms, has been the agroindustrial activity with the highest growth rate worldwide in the last four decades. From 1970 to 2008 the production of ...
Author/s :
Luis Martinez
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Article published the November 9, 2017:

Preliminary tests growing Salicornia (Salicornia europea) & Seabass (Dicentrachus labrax) with marine aquaponic technology in the Ebro Delta

Introduction Aquaponics is a combination of both hydroponics and aquaculture. Marine aquaponics system applies this technology to marine aquatic organisms and plants that can be grown in sea water systems. Aqu...
Author/s :
Alicia EstevezMartaRicard Carbo
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Article published the September 14, 2017:

Managing Algal Blooms and the Potential for Algal Toxins in Pond Water

Introduction Cyanobacteria, blue-green algae, harmful algae, and toxic algae are words that can confuse people who are trying to decide on pond water safety. Certain algae can cause serious problems when they ...
Author/s :
Gary J. Burtle
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Article published the July 27, 2017:

Holistic approach to combat EMS/AHPND

The Vibrio bacteria in shrimp: how a common pathogen in shrimp farming became the leading character in the EMS story. During the past year, evidence has accumulated on how the ongoing outbreak of early mortali...
Author/s :
Olivier Decamp
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Article published the July 20, 2017:

Aflatoxin B1 toxicity and its reduction by using coumarin and vitamin E in Nile tilapia

Introduction Egyptian aquaculture has grown rapidly, with annual production reaching 705,000 tons in 2009 – up from 57,000 tons in 1994. Per capita consumption of fish in Egypt rose from8.5 kg to 15.4 ...
Author/s :
Prof. Dr. Ayyat Mohamed Salah
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Article published the July 14, 2017:

Natural remedies against vibriosis in shrimp culture - Liptosa

A phytobiotic was able to reduce Vibrio counts in intestine and hepatopancreas leading to an increase in survival and better health. Shrimp farming is growing very fast in recent years, due to the high pr...
Author/s :
Alvaro Rodriguez Sánchez-ArevaloAntonio Martinez SánchezNiti Chuchird
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Article published the June 9, 2017:

Bangladesh: Improving productivity of tilapia in ponds

The efficacy of Bacillus probiotics in disease prevention and increasing yields. Bangladesh has about 5 million ha of inland water resources such as rivers, estuaries, natural and manmade reservoirs, ponds and...
Author/s :
Olivier Decamp
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