A nutritional additive increases survival and reduces parasitism in Nile tilapia during masculinisation

Published on: 08/13/2015
Author/s : Santiago Benites de Pádua, Roney Nogueira de Menezes Filho, Marco Antônio de Andrade Belo and Mariana Midori Nagata

Ectoparasites are key agents responsible for causing diseases in farmed fish. The Nile tilapia, in particular, has been shown to be susceptible to infestation by trichodinids and monogeneans. These agents are the main parasites that impact super-intensive tilapia culture, although other ectoparasites may also be involved, such as Epistylis, Apiosoma, Chilodonella, Ichthyophthirius, Ichthyobodo, Cr...

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August 13, 2015
Is a nutrional additive increases survival and reducee parasitism in other fish kinds? Have you traeted it with BIoMos or Actigent ( Altech Co. - USA ) ? i think : the result is the same yours !
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