Biofloc technology holds potential for carnivorous fish species

Nicholas Romano, Ph.D. Akeem Babatunde Dauda, M.S.
especies de peces carnívoros

African catfish juveniles perform well, but benefits depend on carbon source, C:N ratio African catfish juveniles actively swimming in an outdoor biofloc-based system at Universiti Putra Malaysia. Biofloc technology is a water quality management strategy that requires adding a carbon source – such as sugars, glycerol or complex carbohydrates – that stimulates heterotrophic bacterial growth,…

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  • Nicholas Romano, Ph.D.

    Nicholas Romano, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
    University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
    1200 North University Drive
    Pine Bluff 71601AR USA


  • Akeem Babatunde Dauda, M.S.

    Akeem Babatunde Dauda, M.S.

    Department of Aquaculture, Faculty of Agriculture
    Universiti Putra Malaysia
    43400, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia; and
    Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture
    Federal University
    Dutsin-Ma PMB 5001, Dutsin-Ma Katsina State, Nigeria