Microbiology and immunology of fish larvae

@inproceedings{Vadstein2013MicrobiologyAI,
  title={Microbiology and immunology of fish larvae},
  author={Olav Vadstein and {\O}ivind Bergh and François-Jo{\"e}l Gatesoupe and Jorge Galindo-Villegas and Victoriano Mulero and Simona Picchietti and Giuseppe Scapigliati and Pavlos Makridis and Yngvar Olsen and K. Dierckens and Tom Defoirdt and Nico Boon and Peter De Schryver and Peter Bossier},
  year={2013}
}
For most marine aquaculture species, one of the main bottlenecks is the stable production of high quality juveniles. The high and unpredictable mortality in the first weeks after hatching of marine fish larvae remains a challenging problem that needs to be solved. The severity of the problem differs between species, but cannot be considered adequately solved for any species. Both scientific evidence and experience in hatcheries for a variety of fish, shrimp and shellfish species are… CONTINUE READING

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