Probiotics in fish and shellfish culture: immunomodulatory and ecophysiological responses

  title={Probiotics in fish and shellfish culture: immunomodulatory and ecophysiological responses},
  author={Bidhan Chandra De and Dharmendra Kumar Meena and Bijay Kumar Behera and Pronob Das and Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra and Akshatha P Sharma},
  journal={Fish Physiology and Biochemistry},
Aquaculture is emerging as one of the most viable and promising enterprises for keeping pace with the surging need for animal protein, providing nutritional and food security to humans, particularly those residing in regions where livestock is relatively scarce. With every step toward intensification of aquaculture practices, there is an increase in the stress level in the animal as well as the environment. Hence, disease outbreak is being increasingly recognized as one of the most important… CONTINUE READING
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