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Urgent update on possible worldwide spread of tilapia lake virus (TiLV)

Urgent update on possible worldwide spread of tilapia lake virus (TiLV) Ha Thanh Dong King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi Saengchan Senapin National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotec Triwit Rattanarojpong King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi Abstract Tilapia lake virus disease (TiLVD) (also known as syncytial hepatitis of tilapia-SHT) …

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Vibrio Infections of Fish

Vibrio infections usually occur in fish from marine and estuarine environments, and have been reported throughout the world. Occasionally, vibriosis is reported in freshwater fish. The disease can cause significant mortality (=>50%) in fish culture facilities once an outbreak is in progress. Common names for Vibrio infections of fish include …

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Can we feed fish with spirulina?

    Norhidayah Mohd Taufek,PhD Biotechology & Fish Nutrition, University of Lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia       Spirulina has been around for quite some time now and proven to be beneficial for human health. Likewise, it has demonstrated the same beneficial effect on fish too. Quite a number …

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Single cell protein: Promising new protein for fish

Single cell protein shows promise in the diet of farmed rainbow trout. Researchers from the University of Idaho in the US delved into this and looked at fish growth and survival. Diets of farmed fish are changing and fish meal is increasingly replaced by other protein sources that put less …

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Aquaculture in Africa

In aquaculture, there are many voices that deserve to be heard, because of the importance of their message, and they don’t always find the right channel to do so. In this space, we give our readers, collaborators and friends the opportunity to express and share their ideas, talents and knowledge …

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