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  • Negative Effects Of Black Tiger Shrimp

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    2017). Some of these invasive species are widely known, such as Dreissena polymorpha, the Zebra mussel, which has endangered at least 30 species of mussel, including Higgins Eye Pearlymussel (Magher, n.d.). Others are not so commonly known, like Penaeus monodon, the Black Tiger shrimp, which was first found in the Gulf of Mexico as recently as 2006 (Buchele, 2006). The Black Tiger shrimp (also known as the Giant Tiger prawn) is native to the Pacific ocean, can reach up to one foot in length and one pound

  • The Factors Of The Aquaculture In Australia

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    Introduction Aquaculture is a major industry world-wide but is becoming fast growing in Australia (Moffatt, B. 2008). Aquaculture is defined as the business of farming aquatic animals and plants, under varying degrees of controlled conditions, both in marine and freshwater environments (Daf, 2017). Aquaculture has the potential, through harvesting and farming species, to support the growing demand for seafood (Daf, 2017). Aquaculture produces fish for food, sport, bait and ornamental, as well as

  • Difference Between Shrimp And Prawn

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    that out from the aquaculture industry to be differentiate. Only the people that are familiar with this two terms are tend to used it in a correct way. There are multiple species of prawn and shrimp that occupy our ecosystem. For example are Penaeus monodon

  • The Global Catch Of Shrimp Species

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    1. Introduction Penaeid shrimps (Family Penaeidae: Rafinesque, 1815) are the most economically important crustaceans in the world as a primitive group of decapod (Abele, 1991; Chan, 1998; Dall et al., 1990). The family has a world-wide distribution in shallow, inshore tropical and subtropical waters. The highest diversity of the family members occurs in the Indo-West Pacific region with about 205 species grouped into 26 genera (Farfante and Kensley, 1997; Martin and Davis, 2001; McLaughlin et al

  • Necrosis Syndrome Essay

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    monodon and P. vannamei. In china, Penaeus chinensis was also reported to be affected. Presence in Asia-Pacific AHPNS has been officially reported in China and Vietnam (2010), Malaysia (2011) and Thailand (2012).While it is apparent that the spread of AHPNS throughout the

  • Is The Pokkali Field Unique Ecosystem Of Central Kerala?

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    Abstract: The Pokkali field are unique ecosystem of central Kerala with rich biodiversity and capacity to generate organic salt resistant paddy cum shrimp/fish. Salt tolerant strain of paddy cultivated in coastal areas for six months from May to October followed by Filtered shrimp or Prawn or fishes culture during November to April under traditional farming system of about 12,986.6 ha in Kerala. Rice cultivation alone not profitable under the organic farming, but the overall Pokkali farming system

  • Essay on Abalone: Gastropod Species in South African Aquaculture

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    Abalone (Haliotis midae) is one of the important commercially farmed gastropod species in South African aquaculture (Britz 1995) and it is farmed in intensive land-based, pump ashore, flow-through facilities (Yearsley 2008). The development of the industry has been stimulated by research and development and by a good market demand for abalone both live and processed (Sales and Britz 2001). In abalone farming, the increase in disease outbreaks and their effect on production result in a regular risk