Shrimp feeds manufactured through the extrusion process can be produced with target quality attributes in a shorter time, thus improving feed production efficiencies.
Artificial diets are used to replace live artemia at commercial shrimp hatcheries, but complete replacement remains a challenge for strong grow-out results.
At shrimp hatcheries, artemia replacement diets are used to replace live artemia, but complete replacement in commercial conditions remains a challenge.
Seaweed products like extracts are ingredients in many beauty products and creams, and widely marketed as natural herbal and weight-reduction products.
Tiger flatworms hold promise as a source for ecteinascidins, a class of antitumor compounds under study for human cancer treatment.
Penaeid shrimp need the same nutrients required by all animals, including protein, lipids, energy sources, vitamins, minerals, oxygen and water.
Accurate estimations of water volumes in aquaculture systems contribute to both better management of resources and cost-efficient production.
The use of phosphates to protect shrimp moisture has been questioned due to abuses. The alternative demand for chem-free shrimp can involve similar abuses and deception.
A commercial oxygen injection system tested in Norway maintained D.O. at levels that sustained growth and increased the harvested biomass.
The Quality Index Method provides guidelines for objectively assessing seafood freshness with specific criteria for individual species.