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Evaluating biofloc technology for the freshwater fish piracanjuba

Tayna Sgnaulin Giovanni Lemos de Mello Micheli Cristina Thomas Juan Ramon Esquivel Garcia Gustavo Alejandro Rodríguez Montes de Ocac Maurício Gustavo Coelho Emerenciano, Ph.D.
piracanjuba

Study looks at alternative culture system for South American species Juvenile Piracanjuba reared in a BFT system did not improve their growth and survival over control fish grown in clear water, but with further research, BFT systems could still be an alternative for piracanjuba aquaculture. The freshwater fish piracanjuba (Brycon orbignyanus) is a species native…

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  • Tayna Sgnaulin

    Tayna Sgnaulin

    Santa Catarina State University
    Fisheries and Biological Science Department
    Aquaculture Laboratory
    Laguna, SC, Brazil

  • Giovanni Lemos de Mello

    Giovanni Lemos de Mello

    Santa Catarina State University
    Fisheries and Biological Science Department
    Aquaculture Laboratory
    Laguna, SC, Brazil

  • Micheli Cristina Thomas

    Micheli Cristina Thomas

    Santa Catarina State University
    Fisheries and Biological Science Department
    Aquaculture Laboratory
    Laguna, SC, Brazil

  • Juan Ramon Esquivel Garcia

    Juan Ramon Esquivel Garcia

    Southern Santa Catarina University
    Tubarão, SC, Brazil

  • Gustavo Alejandro Rodríguez Montes de Ocac

    Gustavo Alejandro Rodríguez Montes de Ocac

    National Autonomous University of Sinaloa
    Marine Science Faculty, Mazatlán, Mexico

  • Maurício Gustavo Coelho Emerenciano, Ph.D.

    Maurício Gustavo Coelho Emerenciano, Ph.D.

    Corresponding author
    Research Scientist
    CSIRO Aquaculture, CSIRO Agriculture and Food
    Bribie Island Research Centre, Woorim, QLD, Australia

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