Mass production of microalgae in six commercial shrimp hatcheries of the Mexican northwest

@inproceedings{Elas2003MassPO,
  title={Mass production of microalgae in six commercial shrimp hatcheries of the Mexican northwest},
  author={J. A. L{\'o}pez Elı́as and Domenico Voltolina and C.M.E. Ortega and Bel{\'e}n Rodrı́guez and Luis Gaxiola and Beatriz Cordero Esquivel and Mario Riera Nieves},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract A 2-year survey in six commercial shrimp hatcheries of the states of Sonora and Sinaloa, in the Mexican northwest, aiming to investigate the variability of the outdoor biomass production and composition of microalgae showed wide differences in daily mean yields, from 0.68 to 1.71×10 12 cells m −3 and between 23.9 and 73.9 g m −3 of dry organic biomass. These differences were mostly related to the type of culture containers and consequent differences in light penetration. The best… CONTINUE READING

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