Dr. Felipe Mendy - 5/12/2022Consumption and origin of tilapia in the United States
Tilapia has become one of the fastest growing dishes in U.S. households. As a nutritious product, it can be part of a healthy and balanced diet, as it contains a good amount of protein and low-fat content.
Dra. Gloria Jauregui - 14/11/2022Digestive enzymes functions in shrimp farms
The feed takes up to 40% of the cost of shrimp production. Therefore, soybeans and cereals are use in the feed formulation. To incorporate the proteins and other nutrients from the feed, shrimps need enzymes. All these actions permit to reduce feed...
Dr. José Luis Rodríguez - 7/11/2022Physiological differences in digestion between carnivorous fishes and omnivorous fishes
Fishes, like other animal species, have intraspecies morphological and physiological diversity, one of which is digestive. In nature there are fishes that are carnivorous, omnivorous, herbivorous, detritivorous and planktivorous, with a digestive...
Dra. Maria Soriano - 25/10/2022Aquaculture production in the Philippines
The Philippines is inside the list of the top 15 aquaculture-producing countries worldwide and within the top 5 in Southeast Asia. It is the fourth largest producer of seaweed in the world. Its role in world aquaculture is of great relevance,...
Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 19/10/2022Aquaculture production in Turkey
The Turkish aquaculture industry has undergone enormous development in recent years, which has led it to become the ninth largest producer in the world.
Dra. Gloria Jauregui - 5/10/2022Use of enzymes in soy and cereals feed in shrimp farming
Shrimp feed is based on fishmeal, but with the constant growth of the human population and the high costs of commodities, fish-based feeds are being replaced...