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Live Food in Aquaculture : Proceedings of the Live Food and Marine Larviculture Symposium held in Nagasaki, Japan, September 1-4, 1996 - Atsushi Hagiwara

Live Food in Aquaculture

Proceedings of the Live Food and Marine Larviculture Symposium held in Nagasaki, Japan, September 1-4, 1996

By: Atsushi Hagiwara (Editor), Terry W. Snell (Editor), Esther Lubzens (Editor), C. S. Tamaru (Editor)

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This proceedings volume includes selected papers presented at the international symposium `Live Food Organisms in Marine Larviculture' held in Nagasaki, Japan, September 1-4 1996. This international symposium focused on live food organisms for the larval rearing of marine animals. Recent achievements in the fundamental biology (such as physiology, ecology, taxonomy, life cycle and nutrition) of live planktonic animals used as feed in aquaculture were combined with recent technological advances on larval rearing methods. This volume also provides future directions for the application of basic science to the rearing of aquatic animals.

Preface
Professor Kazutsugu Hirayama - A personal appreciation
The status of marine fish larval-rearing technology in Australiap. 1
Development and achievements of marine fish-rearing technology in France over the last 15 yearsp. 7
Mariculture in Israel - past achievements and future directions in raising rotifers as food for marine fish larvaep. 13
Present status of larval-rearing technology in Koreap. 21
Larval-rearing technology of marine species in Norwayp. 27
Collection and culture of live foods for aquaculture in Taiwanp. 37
Status of marine larviculture in Thailandp. 41
Marine finfish hatchery technology in the U.S.A. - status and futurep. 45
Effects of asexual reproduction on the neighborhood area of cyclical parthenogensp. 55
Speciation in monogonont rotifersp. 63
Comparative binding of antibody to a mate recognition pheromone on female Brachionus plicatilis and Brachionus rotundiformis (Rotifera)p. 71
Nitrogen-flow in the rotifer Brachionus rotundiformis and its significance in mass culturesp. 77
Energy content of rotifers (Brachionus plicatilis and Brachionus rotundiformis) in relation to temperaturep. 83
Some properties of [beta]-1,3-glucan hydrolyzing enzymes from the rotifer Brachionus plicatilisp. 89
Ultrastructure of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilisp. 95
Genetic variation among marine Brachionus strains and function of mate recognition pheromone (MRP)p. 105
Effect of some vertebrate and invertebrate hormones on the population growth, mictic female production, and body size of the marine rotifer Brachionus plicatilis Mullerp. 113
Interspecific interactions in the marine rotifer microcosmp. 121
Algae and rotifer turbidostats: studies on stability of live feed culturesp. 127
Application of unicellular algae Chlorella vulgaris for the mass-culture of marine rotifer Brachionusp. 133
Recent development of a high density mass culture system for the rotifer Brachionus rotundiformis Tschugunoffp. 139
Development of a continuous culture system for stable mass production of the marine rotifer Brachionusp. 145
Preliminary results in improving essential fatty acids enrichment of rotifer cultured in high densityp. 153
Lipid and fatty acid content in cultivated live feed organisms compared to marine copepodsp. 159
Preservation of resting eggs of the euryhaline rotifer Brachionus plicatilis O.F. Muller by canningp. 163
Temperature conditions enhancing resting egg production of the euryhaline rotifer Brachionus plicatilis O.F. Muller (Kamiura strain)p. 167
Live food production using batch culture and chemostat systems in Kuwaitp. 173
Infectious diseases affecting mass production of the marine rotifer Brachionus plicatilisp. 179
Stimulative and inhibitory effects of bacteria on the growth of microalgaep. 185
The potential of freshwater Anostraca for technical applicationsp. 193
Culturing the fairy shrimp Streptocephalus dichotomus Baird using livestock waste - a reclamation studyp. 199
Effect of algal addition on stability of fatty acids in enriched Artemia franciscanap. 205
A study of the freshwater rotifer B. calyciflorus in Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesiap. 211
Optimum medium for large-scale culture of Tetraselmis tetrathelep. 217
Application of a growth-promoting bacteria for stable mass culture of three marine microalgaep. 223
Semi-mass culture of the dinoflagellate Gymnodinium splendens as a live food source for the initial feeding of marine finfish larvaep. 231
Culture of Tetraselmis tetrathele and its utilization in the hatchery production of different penaeid shrimps in Asiap. 237
Continuous culture with deep seawater of a benthic food diatom Nitzschia spp. 245
Protein and lipid content of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis during variable growth and feeding conditionp. 251
Preliminary investigation of feeding performance of larvae of early red-spotted grouper, Epinephelus coioides, reared with mixed zooplanktonp. 259
Essential fatty acid profiles of maturation feeds used in freshwater ornamental fish culturep. 265
Use of the rotifer, Brachionus calyciflorus Pallas, in freshwater ornamental fish larviculturep. 269
Studies on the factors influencing larval settlement in Balanus amphitrite and Mytilus galloprovincialisp. 275
Induction of larval metamorphosis in the sea cucumber Stichopus japonicus by periphitic diatomsp. 281
The concept of biological control methods in aquaculturep. 285
Biocontrol method in aquaculture for rearing the swimming crab larvae Portunus trituberculatusp. 291
Preliminary results on the effects of salinity and settling conditions on megalopal metamorphosis of fiddler crab Ilyoplax pusillap. 297
Preliminary results of providing various combinations of live foods to grouper (Epinephelus coioides) larvaep. 301
Characteristics of Palinurids (Decapoda; Crustacea) in larval culturep. 305
Effects of feeding of [beta]-carotene-supplemented rotifers on survival and lymphocyte proliferation reaction of fish larvae (Japanese parrotfish (Oplegnathus fasciatus) and Spotted parrotfish (Oplegnathus punctatus)): preliminary trialsp. 313
Role of Godavari mangroves (India) in the production and survival of prawn larvaep. 317
Larval-rearing and growout of the red porgy (Pagrus pagrus) in the Riopesca hatchery (Greece)p. 321
Author Indexp. 327
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ISBN: 9780792349709
ISBN-10: 0792349709
Series: Developments in Hydrobiology
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 328
Published: 1st April 1998
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 26.0 x 19.3  x 2.29
Weight (kg): 1.02