Use of Probiotics in Diets of Tilapia

@inproceedings{Welker2011UseOP,
  title={Use of Probiotics in Diets of Tilapia},
  author={Thomas L. Welker and Chhorn Lim},
  year={2011}
}
Tilapia, because of their enormous adaptability to a wide range of physical and environmental conditions, ability to reproduce in captivity, relative resistance to handling stress and disease-causing agents compared to other cultured finfish species, good flesh quality, feed on a low trophic level and excellent growth rate on a wide variety of natural and artificial diets, are the most abundantly cultured species worldwide. Although they are endemic to tropical freshwater in Africa, Jordan and… CONTINUE READING

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