Liposomes open new doors in larval fish nutrition

Matt Hawkyard, Ph.D. candidate Chris Landgon, Ph.D. Mark Drawbridge, M.S. Kevin Stuart, M.S.

Microparticles could be used to investigate the effects of probiotics, antibiotics Seven days after hatching, California yellowtail larvae are about 5 mm in length. Water-soluble nutrients such as free amino acids, vitamins and minerals present special challenges to those studying the nutrient requirements of marine fish larvae. Water-soluble nutrients are rapidly lost, or rather leached,…

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  • Matt Hawkyard, Ph.D. candidate

    Matt Hawkyard, Ph.D. candidate

    Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station
    Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
    Oregon State University
    2030 Southeast Marine Science Drive
    Newport, Oregon 97365 USA

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  • Chris Landgon, Ph.D.

    Chris Landgon, Ph.D.

    Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
    Oregon State University
    2030 Southeast Marine Science Drive
    Newport, Oregon 97365 USA

  • Mark Drawbridge, M.S.

    Mark Drawbridge, M.S.

    Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
    San Diego, California, USA

  • Kevin Stuart, M.S.

    Kevin Stuart, M.S.

    Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
    San Diego, California, USA