Visitas: 66 Written by the Editorial Team of Aquaculture Magazine Feed-food competition is a current but unsustainable practice in aquaculture, where resources are allocated to feed humans to animal feed instead. This study analyzes feed-food competition in aquaculture using natural trophic levels (TLs) and species-specific human-edible protein conversion ratios (HePCRs). […]
Visitas: 92Written by the Editorial Team of Aquaculture Magazine Feed-food competition is a current but unsustainable practice in aquaculture, where resources are allocated to feed humans to animal feed instead. This study analyzes feed-food competition in aquaculture using natural trophic levels (TLs) and species-specific human-edible protein conversion ratios (HePCRs). In […]
Visitas: 268 Written by the Editorial Team of Aquaculture Magazine One of the main challenges for the expansion of shrimp culture is securing the supply of balanced feeds, which in turn can represent more than 50% of the production costs. In this context, here are presented findings that contributes to […]
Visitas: 23 By: The Fishmonger The Fishmonger was invited to a seminar recently by CI&T, an information technology and software development company with expertise in the automotive, hi-tech, financial, insurance, manufacturing, media, retail, life sciences and healthcare industries. It was a learning experience that is important to share with you […]
Visitas: 227 By: Ph.D. Stephen G. Newman* The global shrimp farming community has seen significant growth over the last three decades, with more than 5 million MTs being produced annually in 2022-2023. Currently, Ecuadorian shrimp farms are 52 producing around 25% of this total and are doing so at a […]
Visitas: 17 By: Sarah Cornelisse* What would you consider as a crisis for your business? Mislabeled product? A product recall? An employee injury? Death of an employee or customer? A claim regarding health or nutrition lacking scientific backing? A crisis can take many forms. When it comes to crisis management, […]
Visitas: 72By: Antonio Garza de Yta, Ph.D.* In the last edition, we discussed the three key issues for the development of open water aquaculture: technology, investment and operating costs, as well as the market. Today, we will discuss some factors to consider and/or strategies we can adopt to boost mariculture […]
Visitas: 1366 By: Aquaculture Magazine Editorial Team* In intensive shrimp culture, oxygen consumption of shrimp is an important indicator that greatly affects the physiological condition of shrimp as a reared organism. Here the results of a research that aimed to dynamically determine the oxygen consumption of shrimp in intensive culture […]
Visitas: 147 By: Aquaculture Magazine Editorial Team* The importance of the size of white leg shrimp has been previously reported, where a strong correlation was found between size and metabolome data. Here we present a metabolomics approach to elucidate the importance of count size in commercial penaeid shrimps: white leg […]
Visitas: 162 By: Aquaculture Magazine Editorial Team Replacing fish meal in the feeds using various conventional and non-conventional protein sources has been the core subject of several studies. In this context, growth and digestibility trials were undertaken to evaluate a single cell protein (SCP) produced from methane-oxidizing bacteria Methylococcus capsulatus […]
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