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In situ hybridization and PCR effective at detecting microsporidian parasite. New management tools for EHP in penaeid shrimp
The microsporidium Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei (EHP) infects penaeid shrimp and has been considered a critical threat to shrimp aquaculture, causing serious
This occasionally observed condition of penaeid shrimp has been reported to occur in the summer months when both air and water temperatures are high.
Aquaculture production has grown enormously in recent years and among that Penaeid shrimps are one of the most important cultured species worldwide especially
Interest in captive reproduction of penaeid shrimp is increasing worldwide due to the urgent need to establish selective breeding programs and produce certified
Like some other penaeid shrimp, P. monodon can tolerate a wide salinity range
Acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease (AHPND) has caused substantial mortality in penaeid shrimp cultured in various countries in Southeast Asia.
An NH3-N concentration of 0.45 mg/L reduced the growth of five species of penaeid shrimp by about 50 percent.
Determination of the infectious nature of the agent of acute hepatopancreatic necrosis syndrome affecting penaeid shrimp
About 3.5 million metric tons of farmed shrimp were produced globally in 2009 with an estimated value greater than USD$14.6 billion.