Volume 2 Issue 1
Evaluation of Green Alga Ulva Pertusa as a Dietary Ingredient for Rabbitfish Siganus Canaliculatus Juveniles
Cuihong You, Wentao Zhang, Shuqi Wang, Christopher H.K. Cheng, Yuanyou Li*
The green alga Ulva pertusa has not been well used and their decomposition may result in heavy environmental pollution along the coast. This study aimed at evaluating the feasibility of using U. pertusa as a dietary ingredient for rabbitfish Siganus canaliculatus. Six formulated feeds with 32% of total protein and 8% of lipid but different levels of dried U. pertusa meal were prepared.
The Stress Response and Fish Welfare in Aquaculture
Monica Serra, Elisabeth Criscuolo Urbinati, Carla Patrícia Bejo Wolkers*
In aquaculture, fish can be submitted to several stressors. Besides the inevitable handling at transport, counting, reproduction, etc., which are acute stressors, day-to-day conditions as noises, deterioration of water quality, competition among fish, for example, can act as chronic stressors and be a challenge to fish’s welfare and health.