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Définition d'un modèle d'élevage larvaire intensif pour la daurade Sparus auratus ArchiMer
Ounais-guschemann, Nadia.
This study defines rearing parameters for mass products of 30-day old post larvae. Continuous lighting (600 lux) optimizes the predatory activity and suppresses the feeding rhythm. For 4-5 mm larvae (15 days), food ingestion slows down if the prey concentration in the tank is below 5 rotifers/ml, while there is no such threshold for 6-7 mm larvae (22 days). The rotifer Brachionus plicatilis , between 100 and 200 mu m, is an adequate initial prey, it can be replaced by Artemia salina for 7-8 mm larvae (30 days). It is observed that free amino acids and essential fatty acids contents have a prominent role in larvae growth; docosahexaenoic acid (C22:6n-3) content could be determined. Finally, the development of the swim bladder is facilitated by the renewal...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Sparus auratus; Pisces; Marine fish; Environmental diseases; Fatty acids; Amino acids; Controlled conditions; Juveniles; Culture tanks; Growth; Light effects; Nutritional requirements; Fish larvae; Syndrome de paroi; Nutrition; Alimentation; Lumière; Inflation primaire de la vessie natatoire; Sparus auratus; Elevage larvaire intensif; Poisson.
Ano: 1989 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1989/these-1679.pdf
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Ecologie bacterienne dans les bacs d'elevage larvaire de coquilles Saint-Jacques (Pecten maximus ) ArchiMer
Jacq, E; Moal, Jeanne; Samain, Jean-francois; Corre, S; Daniel, J; Nicolas, Jean-louis; Cochard, Jean-claude; Fera, P.
Larval rearings were performed with seawater either freshly pumped or after storage in a pond. Concerning bacterial populations these waters were characterized by a high diversity, little sized bacteria whose few of them (1%) were cultivable on Zobell medium. In the tanks, the bacterial ecosystem was modified by the presence of antibiotics, larvae and algae: the diversity was lowered, the cellular volume was increased by a factor 2 to 5, 100% bacteria were cultivable and chloramphenicol resistant, and their metabolism changed. Taxonomic screening showed no differences among the two waters neither at the beginning nor at the end of the rearings. However, depending on the water (stored or not) differences were identified for bacterial physiology and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Marine aquaculture; Pond culture; Scallop culture; Ecology; Antibiotics; Organic matter; Grazing; Carbohydrates; Mathematical models; Modelling; Growth; Bacterial diseases; Biological production; Culture tanks; Larvae; Rearing.
Ano: 1992 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1992/acte-914.pdf
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Feeding of the brine shrimp <i>Artemia</i> on yeast: effect of mechanical disturbance, animal density, water quality and light intensity OMA
Coutteau, P.; Sorgeloos, P..
Details are given of experiments conducted to determine the effects of tank culture conditions on the feeding of <i>Artemia</i>. Mechanical disturbance, animal density and water quality were found to affect the feeding rate of <i>Artemia</i>. The importance of culture conditions in maintaining a rate of food consumption which does not limit the growth of the brine shrimp is stressed.
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Brine shrimp culture; Culture tanks; Feeding; Water quality; Artemia.
Ano: 1989 URL: http://www.vliz.be/nl/open-marien-archief?module=ref&refid=2811
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Snook (Centropomidae) and grouper (Serranidae) mariculture in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Basin ArchiMer
Roberts Jr, D.
Centropomidae and Serranidae, sometimes collectively misnamed "sea basses", are suitable for aquaculture in pens, ponds, and raceways around the tropical and subtropical latitudes of the world. Western Atlantic Ocean species were recently considered for farming. South Florida, Mexico, Central and South America and the Antilles areas of the Caribbean Basin have extensive areas suitable for farming groupers and snook. Principal species of interest are the common snook (Centropomus undecimalis ), the fat snook (C. parallelus ), the Nassau grouper (Epinephelus striatus ), Black seabass (Centropristis striatus ), Gag (Mycteroperca microlepis ), and jewfish (E. itajara ).
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Epinephelus itajara; Epinephelus striatus; Centropomus undecimalis; Pisces; Brood stocks; Culture tanks; Larval development; Fingerlings; Hormones; Induced breeding; Spawning; Tropical fish.
Ano: 1989 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1989/acte-1477.pdf
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Status and potential of Australian Lates calcarifer culture. ArchiMer
Mackinnon, M.
Lates calcarifer is distributed widely in northern Australia and is important to both commercial and recreational fisheries. There is the research on hatchery production of the species in 1984 and this work is continuing. Hatchery reared fish have been stocked to reservoirs in northern Queensland and have been used in experimental grow-out trials. Fish weaned onto formulated diets by the age of 25 days were reared to marketable size (> 500 g) in freshwater tanks. Despite suboptimal water temperatures the fish reached market size by the age of twelve months. Taste panel analysis showed that the pellet fed fish were of good quality. The sensitivity of growth rates to water temperature was demonstrated in both grow-out trials and reservoir stockings.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Lates calcarifer; Pisces; Fresh water; Fingerlings; Hatcheries; Cage culture; Water temperature; Food conversion; Pellet feeds; Culture tanks; Diets; Growth.
Ano: 1989 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1989/acte-1429.pdf
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