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Phaeodactylum tricornutum and Chaetoceros sp. (Badllariophyceae), Isochrysis galbana (clone T‐Iso) and Pavlova lutheri (Prymnesiophyceae), Nannochloris atomus (Chlorophyceae), Tetraselmis sp.Expand
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The significance of lipids at early stages of marine fish: a review
The present work reviews the significance of lipids at different early stages of marine fish larvae. Lipids in broodstock nutrition are considered to be important for the quality of the larvae.Expand
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Copepods as live food organisms in the larval rearing of halibut larvae (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.) with special emphasis on the nutritional value
In the natural food web, zooplankton constitutes a major part of the diet for marine fish larvae and it is generally believed that copepods can meet the nutritional requirements of fish larvae. InExpand
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Will the Oceans Help Feed Humanity?
Constraints on the availability of freshwater and land plants and animals to feed the 9.2 billion humans projected to inhabit Earth by 2050 can be overcome by enhancing the contribution the oceanExpand
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Pathways of Lipid Metabolism in Marine Algae, Co-Expression Network, Bottlenecks and Candidate Genes for Enhanced Production of EPA and DHA in Species of Chromista
The importance of n-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFAs) for human health has received more focus the last decades, and the global consumption of n-3 LC-PUFA has increased. Seafood,Expand
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Metomidate anaesthesia in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, prevents plasma cortisol increase during stress
Abstract Atlantic salmon parr (58 g) in fresh water at 5.0 °C and adult salmon (1130g) in sea water at 7.7 °C were exposed to water containing different concentrations of metomidate in the range 1 toExpand
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A review of the nutritional effects of algae in marine fish larvae
In the first-feeding of larval, turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) and halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus), microalgae are used in the production of rotifers (Brachionus plicatilis) in order to transferExpand
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Copepods act as a switch between alternative trophic cascades in marine pelagic food webs
A recent meta-analysis indicates that trophic cascades (indirect effects of predators on plants via herbivores) are weak in marine plankton in striking contrast to freshwater plankton (Shurin et al.Expand
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Lipid composition in turbot larvae fed live feed cultured by emulsions of different lipid classes
Fatty acid and lipid class compositions were determined in eggs and larvae of turbot (Scophthalmus maximus L.). The larvae were fed on rotifers and Anemia fed on various lipid emulsions. StarvingExpand
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Growth and phosphorus status of limnetic phytoplankton and bacteria
The phosphorus status [total phosphorus (P), surplus P, and alkaline phosphatase activity (APA)] of phytoplankton and bacteria were followed in a eutrophic Norwegian lake. On average 36% (rangeExpand
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