Analyzing population dynamics in a super-intensive, closed shrimp farm in Japan shows factors decreasing productivity, improvements for efficient management.
Pacific white shrimp
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.
Study assesses how environmental conditions and bacterial community dynamics impact white feces disease outbreaks in commercial shrimp ponds.
An investigation of several physiological responses in L. vannamei juveniles subjected to temperature fluctuations in low-salinity water.
Study uses the 2b-RAD pooled DNA genotyping method to compare the genetic make-up of four different, small, pooled gene libraries from L. vannamei shrimp.
Study evaluates the composition and diversity of shrimp intestine microbiota and the surrounding microbial community in an Aquamimicry system.
A biofloc environment has the potential to alter the virulence of the AHPND-causing V. parahaemolyticus strain on Pacific white shrimp postlarvae.
Despite ongoing challenges, Indian shrimp farmers have achieved major developments in hatchery, farm grow-out and feed-manufacturing technologies.