protists in aquaculture

Carl Oppenheimer carlo at mail.utexas.edu
Mon Dec 19 15:43:08 EST 1994


In article <9412121504.AA02768 at bir.cedb.uwf.edu>, ras at BIR.CEDB.UWF.EDU wrote:

> I am looking for published studies of the use of protists as first foods in
> aquaculture hatchery operations.  I have seen various abstracts concerning
> this application, but not any papers.  I have also heard that Japanese
> researchers may be working in this area, but again I can find no published
> reports.
> 
> Does anyone have information and/or leads on this?
> 
> Richard A. Snyder
> CEDB-UWF
> One Sabine Island Dr
> Gulf Breeze, FL  32561
> (904) 934-2445

Try Marine Biology Vol V.1969,  J.D. Costlow editor, Gordon and Breach
Science Publishers N.Y.150 5th ave n.y. 10011, Pages 606 The Japanese have
been active in this field for years. Most shrimp mariculture requires
algae and protozoans during larval development.
Carl H. Oppenheimer carlo at mail.utexas.edu

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