Systematic analyses confirm novel V. parahaemolyticus is causative agent associated with Translucent Postlarva Disease, which hit China in 2020.
Pacific white shrimp
Evaluating the effect of dietary mannan oligosaccharides shows negligible prevalence of various opportunistic, pathogenic bacteria, including Vibrio.
In an evaluation of carbohydrate sources, corn starch performed better than molasses in promoting the growth of L. vannamei in a biofloc nursery.
The occurrence and abundance of Vibrio populations impact the bacterial composition of L. vannamei shrimp during post-larval development.
An evaluation of commercial feeds finds them adequate to achieve acceptable shrimp growth in outdoor production conditions regardless of protein source.
Study evaluates effects on Pacific white shrimp gut microbiota after salinity reduction, addition of Bdellovibrio and like organisms (BALOs).
Analyzing population dynamics in a super-intensive, closed shrimp farm in Japan shows factors decreasing productivity, improvements for efficient management.
Evaluating the quality and survival of Pacific white shrimp postlarvae from non-ablated female broodstock, a holistic biosecurity and management strategy.
Research compares differences in female reproductive performance for Pacific white shrimp broodstock reared in earthen ponds and recirculating tanks.