Un estudio analiza muestras de camarones infectados con microsporidios en Madagascar, Mozambique y Arabia Saudita, y con signos clínicos de enfermedad de algodón del camarón.
Study analyzes samples of microsporidia-infected shrimp in Madagascar, Mozambique and Saudi Arabia and with clinical signs of cotton shrimp disease.
A small test market at a high-end grocery store near Washington, D.C., USA, showed that farm-grown freshwater prawns would sell to high-income consumers who had not previously tried the product.
Monitoring of Vibrio bacteria in shrimp larvae determined a relationship among hepatopancreas color, bacteria concentration and signs of early mortality syndrome.
Shrimp exposed to high concentrations of nitrate exhibit shorter antennae, gill abnormalities and hepatopancreas lesions. Nitrate toxicity is more of an issue for shrimp raised in lower-salinity waters.