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Probiotics in aquaculture: Challenges and outlook
This review provides a summary of the status and challenges of probiotic application in aquaculture from the perspective of digestive tract, thereby taking into account the experiences in introducing the preparation, use and safety evaluation of probiotics in Aquaculture.
Effects of nitrogen source and concentration on biomass and oil production of a Scenedesmus rubescens like microalga.
The effects of nitrogen source and concentration on the ash free dry biomass (AFDB) and oil accumulation and productivity of a Scenedesmusrubescens like alga cultivated in indoor photo-bioreactors and outdoor raceway ponds are examined.
A western Atlantic peppermint shrimp complex: redescription of Lysmata wurdemanni, description of four new species, and remarks on Lysmata rathbunae (Crustacea: Decapoda: Hippolytidae)
The present study is the first revision of the western Atlantic peppermint shrimp complex Lysmata wurdemanni (Gibbes). Lysmata wurdemanni, originally described from Florida and South Carolina, is
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in water, sediment, soil, and biological samples from different industrial areas in Zhejiang, China.
The findings provide the very first data on PBDE contamination in the local environments surrounding the electronics industry, and also reveal widespread PBDE contaminated areas in highly industrialized coastal regions of China.
MARINE ORNAMENTAL DECAPODS—Popular, Pricey, And Poorly Studied
The main bottlenecks impairing the commercial culture of ornamental shrimp and lobsters are their long larval development and poor survival rates and the main constraint for the development of culture techniques for hermit and brachyuran crabs is their low commercial value.
Phase-shift in coral reef communities in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS), USA
These results suggest that the prevailing gradient of predictor variables may have influenced the structuring of coral reef communities at a spatial scale larger than the individual reef, and it is conceivable that these predictor variables exerted influence for a long time rather than being a recent event.
Breeding and juvenile culture of the lined seahorse, Hippocampus erectus Perry,1810
The findings suggest that H. erectus is a good candidate for commercial aquaculture, and effects of temperature on the growth rates and survivorship of the juveniles during the first two weeks were compared.
A rearing system for the culture of ornamental decapod crustacean larvae
The design and operation of a small research scale and a mass commercial scale rearing system for the culture of marine ornamental decapod crustacean larvae are described, allowing the complete larval development of the above-mentioned species, inducing minimal mechanical stress while keeping an excellent water quality.
Genetic Variations in Two Seahorse Species (Hippocampus mohnikei and Hippocampus trimaculatus): Evidence for Middle Pleistocene Population Expansion
The star-like pattern median-joining network of cytb and CR markers indicated a previous demographic expansion of H. mohnikei and H. trimaculatus, indicating a possible signature of genetic variation and population expansion in two seahorses under complex marine environments.
Biochemical Composition of Six Seahorse Species, Hippocampus sp., from the Chinese Coast
The six seahorse species examined provide a food source for humans with low fat, high protein, good levels of EAA, and high beneficial trace elements, and these results are valuable in developing diets for culturing seahorses.