A collaboration between Viet-Uc Seafood Corporation and CSIRO of Australia develops improvements in super-intensive indoor shrimp farming technology.
Initial insights on the effects of the commercial marine microbial biomass Novacq as an additive in feeds for black tiger shrimp postlarvae and juveniles.
This article from Australia’s CSIRO details the "race" to breed oysters genetically predisposed to resist Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome (POMS), a disease that is harmless to humans but so lethal to oysters that it can kill more than 90 percent of a crop
Fish is the world’s most traded protein – and a healthy choice that will help feed the world’s growing population into the future. Aquaculture represents the most efficient method by which to convert feed to edible protein, and its use
Color can impact the price of shrimp, with dark red preferred in some markets. Research using colorimeters to quantify color in raw and cooked shrimp found that although shrimp raised on white or black substrates exhibited different coloration, total carotenoid
A partnership between CSIRO and the Australian seafood industry has significantly improved the selective breeding of Australian Pacific oysters.
Expansion of the Bribie Island Research Centre allows agencies to tackle multidisciplinary research tasks to help the Australian aquaculture industry.
In Australia, CSIRO is investigating techniques to produce reproductively sterile, all-female shrimp populations through polyploidy, irradiation, or genetic engineering.
Australia has a diverse and abundant fauna of local shrimp but only P. monodon, P. japonicus and P. merguiensis are farmed there.