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Predicting for disease resistance in aquaculture species using machine learning models

July 20, 2021
*By: Christos Palaiokostas, Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden * The ability to predict disease resistance using genomic information in aquaculture species has attracted considerable research efforts. In the current study, various Machine...
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The status of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, as a commercially ready species for U.S. marine aquaculture

July 20, 2021
By: Linnea K. Andersen, Jason Abernathy, David L. Berlinsky, Greg Bolton, Matthew M. Booker, Russell J. Borski, Travis Brown, David Cerino, Michael Ciaramella, Robert W. Clark, Michael O. Frinsko, S. Adam Fuller, Steve Gabel, Bartholomew W. Green, Eric Herbst, Ronald...
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Microencapsulated algal feeds as a sustainable replacement diet for broodstock in commercial bivalve aquaculture

July 20, 2021
By: David F . Willer, Samuel F urse & David C . Aldridge * The use of live algae is driving excessive and unsustainable energy and resource use in bivalve production. Since the 1990s, the bivalve aquaculture industry has been...
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Time to rethink trophic levels in aquaculture policy

July 20, 2021
By: Richard S. Cottrell, Marc Metian, Halley E. Froehlich, Julia L. Blanchard, Nis Sand Jacobsen, Peter B. McIntyre, Kirsty L. Nash, David R. Williams, Lex Bouwman, Jessica A. Gephart, Caitlin D. Kuempel, Daniel D. Moran, Max Troell and Benjamin S. Halpern...
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Effect of BIOAQUA® P on Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) growth when reared under commercial conditions

July 19, 2021
By: Alberto Asiain, Natalie Cuellar, Vicente Camporredondo, Juan Reta, David Montaño, Diego Platas, Soledad Delgadillo * FISH AND SHRIMP FARMING PRODUCTIVITY BIOAQUA® P is a 100% natural phytogenic ingredient made by milling, pulverizing, and standardizing the stems of the Yucca schidigera plant. It...
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Zambia embarks on an ambitious aquaculture program

July 19, 2021
By: Alfred Sayila, Zambia Southern Africa Through the ministry of fisheries and livestock, the government in Zambia has crafted a policy that will guide the future development of aquaculture in the country. However, elections this upcoming August are likely to...
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Mind the gap between ICES nations’ future seafood consumption and aquaculture production

July 19, 2021
By: Halley E. Froehlich, Jessica Couture, Lynne Falconer, Gesche Krause, James A. Morris, Montse Perez, Grant D. Stentiford, Harri Vehvila¨inen, and Benjamin S. Halpern * This analysis developed by researchers at the University of California, the University of Stirling, NOAA,...
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Essential oils mediated antivirulence therapy against vibriosis in Penaeus vannamei

July 13, 2021
By: Cristóbal Domínguez-Borbor, Aminael Sánchez-Rodríguez, Stanislaus Sonnenholzner, and Jenny Rodríguez * The purpose of this study was to identify specifically essential oils (EOs) that can interfere with the QS of known pathogenic vibrios in P. vannamei farming. Despite its significant...
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Center for Aquaculture Technologies & NEOGEN partner to develop cost-effective genotyping tools for the aquaculture sector

July 8, 2021
The Center for Aquaculture Technologies (CAT), a leader in the field of genetic improvement for aquatic species, and NEOGEN Corporation today announced their formal collaboration to deliver high-quality genotyping services customized to the unique needs of aquaculture producers. The partnership...
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