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mini-review | 27-December-2020

Biofloc Technology: Emerging Microbial Biotechnology for the Improvement of Aquaculture Productivity

Introduction The rapid growth of the human population on earth has caused a significant increase in food demand. To meet this demand, the enhancement of animal protein production, which is the main source of nutrition for human consumption, is highly required. Aquaculture is the ideal source of animal proteins, which could be produced at the lowest cost and very fast. Increasing the productivity of aquaculture in vertical and horizontal expansion leads to an excessive increase of pollutants in

MAMDOH T. JAMAL, MOHAMMED BROOM, BANDAR A. AL-MUR, MAMDOUH AL HARBI, MOHAMMED GHANDOURAH, AHMED AL OTAIBI, MD FAZLUL HAQUE

Polish Journal of Microbiology, Volume 69 , ISSUE 4, 401–409

original-paper | 27-March-2019

Bioactive Compounds of Pseudoalteromonas sp. IBRL PD4.8 Inhibit Growth of Fouling Bacteria and Attenuate Biofilms of Vibrio alginolyticus FB3

Introduction The aquaculture farm of the fishing industry is a severe victim from biofouling and its damaging impact. Other than the various economic consequences that had to be overcome with the cleaning, maintenance, and replacement of damaged nets, pressing focus is placed upon their detrimental effects of the cultured fishes. Colonization of bryozoans, gastropod, oyster, barnacles, and macroalgae on the pen- or cagenets have been known to implicate the fishes by causing serious water

NOR AFIFAH SUPARDY, DARAH IBRAHIM, SHARIFAH RADZIAH MAT NOR, WAN NORHANA MD NOORDIN

Polish Journal of Microbiology, Volume 68 , ISSUE 1, 21–33

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