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THE POTENTIALITY OF MICROALGAE AS A SOURCE OF DHA AND EPA FOR AQUACULTURE FEED

Microalgae have the various function with positive health effects. For not only human beings, but also its potentiality has important roles for aquaculture system. Microalgae provide the essential fatty acids namely PUFAs. The long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) with two most important parts; Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) …

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COMMERICALLY IMPORTANT OF SILVER FISH (MUKENE) RASTRINEOBOLA ARGENTEA, (PELLEGRIN, 1904) JINJA REGION, UGANDA

       1.Dr. Vaitheeswaran Thiruvengadam, Project Manager, LuLu Fish Farming, International University of East Africa, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa. Pavitraa V, III Year, B.Tech., Biotechnoloy, , SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India. Akila Priya M, Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Mathematics, Cauvery College of Engineering Technology, Trichy, Tamil …

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FOR BETTER MANAGEMENT IN AQUACULTURE DURING THE WINTER SEASON

By : Dr Mustapha. A. Aquaculture Scientific Expert in Fish Nutrition. Morocco. To a large extent, water determines the success or failure of an aquaculture operation. Water quality is a dynamic network of physical, biological and chemical factors that influence fish production. The most important water quality parameter is temperature. It …

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THE AQUACULTURED CATFISH CONTAINS SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER AMOUNTS OF PROTEIN AND POLYUNSATURATED ACIDS THAN THE WILD CATFISH

Aquafarming of catfish has become very popular in Africa, raising concerns about the nutritional benefits of this fish to consumers especially when compared to the wild catfish. Recent research conducted by University of Calabar, Cross Rivers State, Nigeria reveals that that aquacultured catfish contained significantly higher amounts of protein than …

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AN ASSESSMENT OF POST-HARVEST FISH LOSSES AND PRESERVATION PRACTICES IN SIAVONGA DISTRICT, SOUTHERN ZAMBIA : COMPARISON BETWEEN AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES

Fish is an extremely perishable food product which requires proper handling soon after harvest. The present study was aimed at assessing post-harvest fish losses and preservation practices in Siavonga district, Southern Zambia.  The results of the study revealed that all the fishers experienced post-harvest fish losses at varying degrees with …

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