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2.1. Introduction
2.2. Major classes and genera of cultured algal species Culture medium/nutrients Light pH Aeration/mixing Temperature Salinity
2.3.2. Growth dynamics
2.3.3. Isolating/obtaining and maintaining of cultures
2.3.4. Sources of contamination and water treatment Batch culture Continuous culture Semi-continuous culture
2.3.6. Algal production in outdoor ponds
2.3.7. Culture of sessile micro-algae
2.3.8. Quantifying algal biomass
2.3.9. Harvesting and preserving micro-algae
2.3.10. Algal production cost
2.4. Nutritional value of micro-algae
2.5.1. Bivalve molluscs
2.5.2. Penaeid shrimp
2.5.3. Marine fish
2.6.1. Preserved algae
2.6.2. Micro-encapsulated diets
2.6.3. Yeast-based diets
2.7. Literature of interest
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Morphology
3.3. Biology and life history
3.4. Strain differences Salinity Temperature Dissolved oxygen pH Ammonia (NH3) Bacteria Ciliates
3.5.2. Freshwater rotifers Stock culture of rotifers Mass culture on formulated diets High density rearing
3.5.4. Harvesting/concentration of rotifers Algae Formulated feeds Oil emulsions
3.6.2. Techniques for vitamin C enrichment
3.6.3. Techniques for protein enrichment
3.6.4. Harvesting/concentration and cold storage of rotifers
3.7. Production and use of resting eggs
3.8. Literature of interest
3.9 Worksheets
4.1.1. Introduction Morphology and life cycle Ecology and natural distribution Strain-specific characteristics
4.1.3. Literature of interest Cyst morphology Physiology of the hatching process Effect of environmental conditions on cyst metabolism Diapause
4.2.2. Disinfection procedures
4.2.3. Decapsulation
4.2.4. Direct use of decapsulated cysts Hatching conditions and equipment Hatching quality and evaluation
4.2.6. Literature of interest
4.2.7. Worksheets
4.3.1. Harvesting and distribution
4.3.2. Cold storage
4.3.3. Nutritional quality
4.3.4. Enrichment with nutrients
4.3.5. Enrichment for disease control Penaeid shrimp Freshwater prawn Marine fish Freshwater fish Aquarium fish
4.3.7. Literature of interest
4.3.8. Worksheets
4.4.1. Nutritional properties of ongrown Artemia Advantages of tank production and tank produced biomass Physico-chemical conditions Artemia Feeding Infrastructure Culture techniques Enrichment of ongrown Artemia Control of infections Harvesting and processing techniques Production figures and production costs
4.4.3. Literature of interest
4.4.4. Worksheets Natural lakes Permanent solar salt operations Seasonal units Climatology Topography Soil conditions Large permanent salt operations Small pond systems Liming Predator control Fertilization Inoculation procedures Monitoring the Artemia population Abiotic parameters influencing Artemia populations Biotic factors influencing Artemia populations Artemia biomass harvesting and processing Artemia cyst harvesting and processing
4.5.8. Literature of interest
4.5.9. Worksheets
5.1.1. Introduction
5.1.2. Collection from the wild Plankton nets Trawl nets Baleen harvesting system Flow-through harvesting Plankton light trapping
5.1.4. Zooplankton grading
5.1.5. Transport and storage of collected zooplankton
5.2.1. Introduction
5.2.2. Life cycle
5.2.3. Biometrics
5.2.4. Nutritional quality Calanoids Harpacticoids
5.2.6. Use of resting eggs
5.2.7. Applications in larviculture
5.3.1. Introduction Pold system (2-60 m³) Bag system (50-200 m³) Pond system Tank system
5.3.3. Mesocosm protocol
5.3.4. Comparison to intensive methods
5.4. Literature of interest
6.1.1. Biology and life cycle of Daphnia
6.1.2. Nutritional value of Daphnia
6.1.3. Feeding and nutrition of Daphnia General procedure for tank culture Detrital system Autotrophic system General procedure for pond culture Contamination
6.1.5. Production and use of resting eggs
6.1.6. Use of Moina
6.2. Nematodes
6.3.1. Introduction Mussel larvae Pacific oyster and Manila clam larvae
6.3.3. Quality control of the produced trochophora larvae
6.3.4. Cryopreservation
6.4. Literature of interest
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Manual on the production and use of live food for aquaculture

Manual on the production and use of live food for aquaculture

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Published by: Giulio Ledda on Jan 27, 2011
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