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Dusky kob larvae benefit from early weaning to artificial diet

Researchers in South Africa found that survival rates of dusky kob larvae (Argyrosomus japonicas) increased under a feeding regime that weaned them to an artificial diet earlier than the current standard.



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Researchers unlocking mystery behind dismal survival rates over the last 18 years more

Jan 16, 2018 7:00 PM Research

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Understanding saprolegnia, a type of water mould that can harm fish eggs and juvenile fish, is the project's focus. more

Oct 17, 2017 8:14 AM Research

Tasmania's hatchery sector finds itself playing a key role in the development of better performing and disease-resistant genotypes for the Australian Pacific oyster sector more

Oct 16, 2017 10:05 AM Research

Researchers evaluating whether the genomic tool initially developed to identify oysters with a specific resistance Oyster Herpes Virus (OHV) could also be used in identifying oysters with desirable characteristics, such as faster growth rates more

Oct 2, 2017 6:30 AM Research

Gender manipulation has long been used as a method for boosting stock of various species of fish but researchers in the US say they have found the most effective method for southern flounder more

Sep 19, 2017 10:00 AM Research

Germ cell precursor transplants may help sturgeon reproduction

Scientists from the Czech Republic are making progress on a new method of producing eggs and sperm more efficiently in endangered sturgeon species – a sort of “surrogate parenting technique.”