Aquamimicry: A revolutionary concept for shrimp farming

Nicholas Romano, Ph.D.

Technology has been met with success worldwide by balancing natural plankton View of a grow-out shrimp pond implementing the Aquamimicry production approach. The prevalence of numerous diseases that affect the shrimp and prawn aquaculture industry has promoted the development of various health management strategies. Some include greater biosecurity and sourcing of specific pathogen free animals,…

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  • Nicholas Romano, Ph.D.

    Nicholas Romano, Ph.D.

    Senior Lecturer (Fish Physiology)
    Aquaculture Department, Faculty of Agriculture
    Universiti Putra Malaysia
    Serdang, Malaysia