Marine gastropod molluscs known as sea hares are relatively unknown animals that have significant importance in biomedical research due to their particular nervous system. And because of their ability to consume large amounts of algae, they can be very useful
Maintaining a favorable gut microflora in shrimp can help minimize the impacts of diseases and maximize digestive efficiency. Phytobiotic feed additives modulate microflora in shrimp toward a composition that favors beneficial bacteria and inhibits pathogenic microorganisms.
Losses resulting from White Spot Syndrome Virus in Panama prompted new operational strategies to manage shrimp feeds.