Technological improvements for the cultivation of invertebrates as food for fishes and crustaceans. II. Hatching and culturing of the brine shrimp, Artemia salina L From p311-312. Apparently, for small-batch brine shrimp culture (useful size), they used funnel-shaped vessels as small as 100mL and up to one liter. For maximum results, they only bubbled the medium […]
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Feeding corals in captivity: uptake of four Artemia- based feeds by Galaxea fascicularis
Article title: Feeding corals in captivity: uptake of four Artemia- based feeds by Galaxea fascicularis Authors: Ronald Osinga, Fam Charko, Catarina Cruzeiro, Johan A.J. A.J. Verreth (PDF Download Available) This study evaluates the capture efficiency of the scleractinian coral Galaxea fascicularis for four Artemia-based feeds: (1) live, non-enriched Artemia nauplii; (2) Instant Baby Brine Shrimp (IBBS, pasteurized Artemia […]
Use of Artemia as a food source for aquaculture
Use of Artemia as a food source for aquaculture DA Bengston, Philippe Léger, Patrick Sorgeloos January 1991 (PDF available) This includes reviews of everything about using brine shrimp, including storing and hatching cysts and enrichment of shrimps for better health of marine fish. Four major techniques for enriching shrimp are reviewed: Algae Algae, Yeast or […]
Airborne Microalgae: Insights, Opportunities, and Challenges
Airborne Microalgae: Insights, Opportunities, and Challenges Sylvie V. M. Tessona,b, Carsten Ambelas Skjøthc, Tina Šantl-Temkivd,e and Jakob Löndahld Appl. Environ. Microbiol. April 2016 vol. 82 no. 7 1978-1991 doi: 10.1128/AEM.03333-15 […]353 morphological taxa have so far been monitored in the atmosphere. Cyanobacteria compose a major part of the diversity[…] Interesting mini-review!!