Emilia Noor Sharifah

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BACKGROUND Phytoplankton cultures are widely used in aquaculture for a variety of applications, especially as feed for fish larvae. Phytoplankton cultures are usually grown in outdoor tanks using natural seawater and contain probiotic or potentially pathogenic bacteria. Some Roseobacter clade isolates suppress growth of the fish pathogen Vibrio anguillarum.(More)
The ability of the probiotic bacterium Sulfitobacter to inhibit the growth of two virulent strains (psh-9019 and ATCC 43306) of the fish pathogenic bacterium Vibrio anguillarum was tested. Probiotic and pathogenic bacteria were inoculated individually or together in three different types of media. Two of the phytoplankton media tested were filtrates of(More)
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