Echinoculture: the rearing of Paracentrotus lividus in a recirculating aquaculture system—experiments of artificial diets for the maintenance of sexual maturation

@article{Sartori2014EchinocultureTR,
  title={Echinoculture: the rearing of Paracentrotus lividus in a recirculating aquaculture system—experiments of artificial diets for the maintenance of sexual maturation},
  author={D. Sartori and A. Scuderi and G. Sansone and A. Gaion},
  journal={Aquaculture International},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={111-125}
}
  • D. Sartori, A. Scuderi, +1 author A. Gaion
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • Aquaculture International
  • AbstractOver the past 5 years, with the growth of fish production and the improvement of distribution channels, the global fish food demand has also grown; in such a context, natural stocks of Echinoderms have suffered a marked reduction in production. This scenario was exacerbated for Pararacentrotus lividus by the fact that this species was recognized worldwide among the most reliable as a bioindicator, and its gametes have been used for biological assays for monitoring marine pollution. In… CONTINUE READING
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