Evaluating macroalgae inclusions in L. vannamei diets show improved growth and intestinal microbiota and prevention of oxidative damage.
white spot syndrome virus
Study examines the impact of environmental stressors like dissolved oxygen, nitrogenous compounds and pH on shrimp contracting White Spot Disease.
Study stresses the importance of understanding the impact of environmental stressors on farmed shrimp contracting White Spot Disease.
Conditions causing frequent urination in shrimp – like sudden salinity drops combined with high virus load – can make nephrocomplex a portal for pathogens.
Authors demonstrate the detection of White Spot Syndrome Virus – a serious pathogen of cultured shrimp – by a nanofabricated sensing disposable electrode.
Exported cooked shrimp infected with White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) and tested positive by PCR is considered a risk factor for the introduction of the pathogen.
In this study, co-infection of white spot syndrome virus and AHPND-Vibrio parahaemolyticus was studied in juvenile vannamei shrimp under laboratory conditions.
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).
The impact of diseases led some Asian shrimp farming countries to develop biofloc and recirculation aquaculture system (RAS) production technologies. Treating incoming water for culture operations and wastewater treatment are biosecurity measures for disease prevention and control.