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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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Article published the June 9, 2017:

Mycotoxigenic Fungi and Natural Co-Occurrence of Mycotoxins in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Feeds

1. Introduction Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) production has been growing exponentially for the last 50 years in Europe and Chile, the latter being the largest producer [1]. In Argentina, commercial aqu...
Author/s :
Graciela Noemi PoseMariana Greco
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Article published the May 18, 2017:

The Renewed Interest in The Western World for The Cultivation of Seaweeds, as The Inorganic Extractive Component of IMTA Systems, and for The Ecosystem Services They Provide

  Seaweed cultivation is well established in Asia and needs little explanation/justification. In the western world, a renewed interest in seaweed mariculture has been triggered by their cultivation in i...
Author/s :
Dr. Thierry Chopin
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Article published the May 4, 2017:

Kelp biochar: a potential plant substrate for freshwater aquaponics

At the University of New Brunswick in Canada, researchers have developed a pilot-scale aquaponics system to select plants that are best adapted to efficiently recapture nutrients from salmon hatchery effluents....
Author/s :
Dr. Thierry Chopin
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Article published the April 16, 2017:

Technology Development and its Dissemination in Aquaculture Sector

  World aquaculture production continues to grow, albeit at a slowing rate. According to the latest available statistics collected globally by FAO, world aquaculture production attained another all-time h...
Author/s :
Nihar Chatterjee
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Article published the April 12, 2017:

Consistent habitat segregation between sexes in the spider crabs Maja brachydactyla and Maja squinado (Brachyura), as revealed by stable isotopes

  Introduction The spider crabs of the genus Maja Lamarck, 1801 (Majoidea: Majidae), with around 20 described species worldwide, are represented on European coasts by four species: M. brachydactyla (Bals...
Author/s :
Enric Gisbert
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Article published the April 11, 2017:

Promising results from field work in Se Asia on preventing White Feces Syndrome in white shrimp using a functional feed additive

WFS is significantly affecting shrimp production in Asia In 2016, White Feces Syndrome (WFS) has been reported to be a disease problem affecting significantly shrimp farmers in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, V...
Author/s :
Allen WuHo Gim ChongMaria Mercè Isern i Subich
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Article published the April 7, 2017:

Developing Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture systems for commercial salmon hatcheries

Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) is a flexible concept on which many variations can be developed and should not be viewed as confined to open-water, marine systems. For instance, Atlantic salmon rea...
Author/s :
Dr. Thierry Chopin
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