Nutritional study with Nile tilapia compared three microalgal diets to a reference diet containing fishmeal and fish oil levels found in commercial feed.
An assessment of the effect of type of dietary non-starch polysaccharides (NSPs) on the productivity of tilapia cultured in ponds.
Trial evaluates the productive performance of Nile tilapia juveniles reared at high density using water reused from prior biofloc technology cultures.
Study evaluates Nile tilapia in monoculture and polyculture with giant freshwater prawns in biofloc and recirculating aquaculture (RAS) conditions.
Study assesses in-pond raceway systems to produce Nile tilapia fed with a diet including U.S. soybean meal under intensive production conditions.
Study compares effects of vegetable-based and commercial pellet-based diets on the nutrient assimilation and gastrointestinal microbiota of GIFT tilapia.
Study assesses kelp and maize meals as nucleation sites of biofloc formation and tests the products’ effect on the performance of Nile tilapia fingerlings.
Developing a whole bacterial cell, autogenous, oil-based vaccine to protect tilapia against infections of the pathogenic bacterium Lactococcus garvieae.
Study estimates genetic parameters for host resistance to Tilapia Lake Virus in a Nile tilapia and finds TiLV resistance is highly heritable.