Dr. David Díez Arias - 5/10/2023The use of immunostimulant pronutrients in tilapia
Tilapia, like all other fish, have an immune system that includes mechanical barriers, non-specific and specific cellular and humoral defence systems.
Dra. Cecilia Lugo - 29/08/2023Innovative Solution to High Ammonia Levels in Aquaculture
Elevated ammonia levels in aquaculture systems can lead to a range of adverse effects, including physiological stress, gill damage, suppression of the immune system, and in extreme cases, mortality.
Dra. Rosa Conde - 30/03/2023Shrimp Immune System
Shrimp, like the rest of the crustaceans and unlike vertebrates, do not have immune organs, nor do they have acquired immunity, nor immunological memory...
Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 22/02/2023Aquaculture production in Sudan
Currently, most of the fish consumed in Sudan comes from traditional and extensive fishing along the Nile River.
Dr. Germán Bertsch - 25/01/2023Shrimp farming in Mexico
Mexican shrimp farming is an activity with high growth potential that has seen a sustained increase in terms of productivity in recent years. It is an important food production sector that must be protected as it is necessary to cover the protein...
Dra. Rosa Conde - 20/12/2022Migrations of fish that are bred in captivity
Some of the fish that are bred in captivity, in the wild, are migratory such as salmon, tuna, gilt-head bream, tilapia or pangasius.