Control of Vibrio spp. in Shrimp Hatcheries Using the Green Algae Tetraselmis suecica

@article{Regunathan2004ControlOV,
  title={Control of Vibrio spp. in Shrimp Hatcheries Using the Green Algae Tetraselmis suecica},
  author={C. Regunathan and Samuel Godwin Wesley},
  journal={Asian Fisheries Science},
  year={2004}
}
The Vibrio spp. are the most common and harmful shrimp pathogenic bacteria causing serious diseases of larval and postlarval stages in the hatchery. The Vibrio inhibitory activity of green algae Tetraselmis suecica has been reported in vitro (Austin and Day 1990).In these experiments, the inhibitory activity was assessed in vivo in a commercial shrimp hatchery of the white prawn Fenneropenaeus indicus. The concentrate of the algae was used as a food supplement for the broodstock and also as… 

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