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There is a need for standardised comparative data on the efficacy of aquaculture disinfectants to guide their use by farmers and health professionals, as well as Competent Authorities for authorisation or listing purposes. Towards this aim, two already available CEN (Comité Européen de...
Adult Atlantic salmon are routinely live-haul transported at high densities for long periods of time as one of the last intensive processes in a commercial aquaculture operation before fish processing. Therefore, ensuring the welfare of these fish during transport is critical to product quality....
Relative percent survival (RPS) and immunomodulating effect of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) were studied in Cyprinus carpio against the bacterial pathogen, Aeromonas hydrophila . A virulent strain of A. hydrophila was isolated from previously infected fish. LPS was extracted from the virulent A....
The Pacific oyster ( Crassostrea gigas ) is a species of considerable economic importance, with among the highest global production of any cultured aquatic animal species. In the interest of increasing the value of Pacific oysters sold as “singles” for the half-shell market, we explored the...
The present study compared salmon of farmed, wild and hybrid origin in a simulated aquaculture production cycle from egg fertilisation through approximately 17 months of marine cage rearing. The study was repeated for two year classes. At slaughter, the farmed salmon were over twice the size of...
Experiments were conducted to evaluate the effect of different pond supplements on Artemia biomass production in earthen ponds. Twelve experimental ponds (300 m 2 ) were randomly designed. Green water as a natural food source for Artemia was supplied once every 2 days to each treatment. The...
This study investigated the impact of spawning on metabolic and immunological responses in Pacific oysters Crassostrea gigas under food deprivation. Both pre- and post-spawning oysters were deprived of food for 80 days and then refed for 52 days. Overall mortality was less than 4%, but the...
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