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Mozambique tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) is a good candidate species for production in biofloc systems. Alterative method can increase feed efficiency
Biofloc aquaculture is a recirculating, highly aerated, closed-loop pond system that produces high volumes of shrimp while using fewer resources than convention
Production systems based on biofloc technology (BFT) result in high yields of various commercially-important aquatic animals because two important production
From the micro to the macro: probiotics and biofloc systems’ positive impact on shrimps and shrimp farming
A study that examined the effects of removing suspended solids using side-stream settling cham-bers in a superintensive biofloc shrimp system found the chambers
The fish adapt to the conditions within biofloc systems and grow well by utilizing the bioflocs as a feed source. Biofloc systems enable more intensive tilapia
Pacific white shrimp reared in biofloc systems can consume biofloc particles, potentially reducing feed costs while recycling nutrients.
The desert climatic conditions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia present a challenging environment for the implementation of shrimp biofloc production technology
Biofloc technology (BFT) is a new aquaculture practice currently revolutionizing the shrimp farming sector in Asia and South America.
Experience raising tilapia in biofloc technology (BFT), where aerial feeding rates are at least four to five orders of magnitude greater than in shrimp BFT