Breeding efforts at Aquatec Genearch Aquacultura in Brazil have centered on specific pathogen-free white shrimp lines imported from the United States.
The Atlantic Cod Genomics and Broodstock Development Project has expanded the gene-related resources for the species in Canada.
Experiences with newly domesticated shrimp species in Australia underscore the importance of understanding the species' biological requirements.
Resistant to antibacterial agents and heat, biofilms are difficult to remove from food-processing surfaces and may result in persistent pathogen populations.
As Fiji considers a change in culture species from blue to black tiger shrimp, a study evaluated viruses in the country’s wild P. monodon stocks.
Loose Shell Syndrome is a slow killer of black tiger shrimp in India. Affected shrimp exhibit mortality and reduced survival rates and production.
Tilapia vaccines can protect the fish against infectious diseases by providing pathogen-specific acquired immunity that prevents recurring infections.
Dietary nucleotide supplementation represents a potential means to enhance aquaculture efficiency and profitability, but gaps in current knowledge exist.
In a study, ground barley containing different levels of beta-glucan was substituted for wheat in experimental diets fed to rainbow trout.
Polyhydroxyalkanotes, or PHA, biodegradable biopolymers produced from sugar fermentation, offer a potential low-maintenance denitrification method for RAS.