This article presents lab and field test results for a proprietary parabiotic on Pacific white shrimp farms in Latin America and Southeast Asia.
Pacific white shrimp
Estudio evalúa los efectos de los ciclos de congelación y descongelación sobre la migración de humedad, la degradación de proteínas, la microestructura y la calidad del camarón blanco del Pacífico.
A study in Vietnam showed that there was significant variation in WSSV resistance among Pacific white shrimp families evaluated.
Study evaluates the effects of freeze-thaw cycles on moisture migration, protein degradation, microstructure and quality of Pacific white shrimp.
Results of this study showed that L. vannamei juveniles can be cultured at high densities with adequate survival, growth and feeding efficiency, and with minimal water exchange or full water reuse through recirculation.
This study estimated the heritability of ammonia tolerance in Pacific white juveniles. Results suggest that rapid genetic gains could be obtained.
Study evaluates growth of Pacific white shrimp in various conditions and fed diets with different inclusion levels of tilapia processing waste silage.
Global overview of the intestinal bacteriome of Pacific white shrimp in biofloc and clear water systems, and after an oral challenge by white spot syndrome virus (WSSV).
Study shows it is possible to improve shrimp production in low-salinity waters by correcting magnesium and potassium deficiencies.