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Biofloc Technology (BFT): A Review for Aquaculture Application and Animal Food Industry
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Nutrition of Litopenaeus vannamei reared in tanks or in ponds
The effect of dissolved oxygen and salinity on oxygen consumption, ammonia excretion and osmotic pressure of Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus) juveniles
Physiological, nutritional, and immunological role of dietary β 1-3 glucan and ascorbic acid 2-monophosphate in Litopenaeus vannamei juveniles
Blood metabolites and hemocyanin of the white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei: the effect of culture conditions and a comparison with other crustacean species
The blood levels for protein, glucose, and lactate reported here are similar to those reported previously for other crustacean species, indicating that these can be used as a reference for evaluating the physiological status of L. vannamei juveniles.
Effect of short-term fresh food supplementation on reproductive performance, biochemical composition, and fatty acid profile of Litopenaeus vannamei (Boone) reared under biofloc conditions
- M. Emerenciano, G. Cuzon, Miguel Arévalo, Maite Mascaró Miquelajauregui, G. Gaxiola
- BiologyAquaculture International
- 1 October 2013
The better outcomes obtained in females that received short-term FF supplementation justified the FF use in L. vannamei broodstock, which raised under biofloc conditions.
The effect of starvation on refeeding, digestive enzyme activity, oxygen consumption, and ammonia excretion in juvenile white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei
White shrimp juveniles showed a true physiologic adaptation mechanism to food depiivation: no changes in body weight but loss in hepatosomatic index, no exuviations, including the utilization of HP soluble proteins, and the animals derived all energetic Substrates mainly from protein to cover their metabolic costs.
The effects of fish hydrolysate (CPSP) level on Octopus maya (Voss and Solis) diet: Digestive enzyme activity, blood metabolites, and energy balance
Floc contribution on spawning performance of blue shrimp Litopenaeus stylirostris
Results evidenced better overall spawning performance for L. stylirostris broodstock produced under floc condition than in earthen ponds.
Utilization of carbohydrates by shrimp
Comprehension of metabolic pathways lead to draw the outlines for carbohydrate utilization by shrimp: after going through main carbohydrates (CBH) sources, digestibility, glucose tolerance test, utilization by whole animal, hepatopancreas glycogen, pathways of CBH breakdown such as glycogenolysis, glucolysis, substrate cycle, minor pathways, aerobic breakdown, CBH synthesis and glucose utilisation.