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Shrimp grown in biofloc systems with different carbon sources

Julie Ekasari, Ph.D. Muhammad Hanif Azhar, Ph.D. Enang H. Surawidjaja, Ph.D. Sri Nuryati, Ph.D. Peter De Schryver, Ph.D. Peter Bossier, Ph.D.
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Study sees positive effects on immune response, disease resistance Results of this study show the potential for the application of BFT for the control and management of diseases in the shrimp farming industry. Biofloc technology (BFT) has been amply studied and contributes to the maintenance of adequate water quality in aquaculture systems and to the…

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  • Julie Ekasari, Ph.D.

    Julie Ekasari, Ph.D.

    Department of Aquaculture
    School of Fisheries and Marine Sciences
    Bogor University of Agriculture, Indonesia

  • Muhammad Hanif Azhar, Ph.D.

    Muhammad Hanif Azhar, Ph.D.

    Department of Aquaculture
    School of Fisheries and Marine Sciences
    Bogor University of Agriculture, Indonesia

  • Enang H. Surawidjaja, Ph.D.

    Enang H. Surawidjaja, Ph.D.

    Department of Aquaculture
    School of Fisheries and Marine Sciences
    Bogor University of Agriculture, Indonesia

  • Sri Nuryati, Ph.D.

    Sri Nuryati, Ph.D.

    Department of Aquaculture
    School of Fisheries and Marine Sciences
    Bogor University of Agriculture, Indonesia

  • Peter De Schryver, Ph.D.

    Peter De Schryver, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture Laboratory and Artemia Reference Center
    University of Ghent, Belgium

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  • Peter Bossier, Ph.D.

    Peter Bossier, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture Laboratory and Artemia Reference Center
    University of Ghent, Belgium