Yeasts as food organisms in aquaculture
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The use of yeast as feed in aquaculture is discussed. It has been successfully used as feed for Penaeus japonicus larvae, for Brachionus plicatilis mass culture, and for the improvement of nutritional quality of Tigriopus japonicus. It has been found most effective as supplemental food when enough phytoplankton cannot be supplied.
Villegas, C. T. (1982). Yeasts as food organisms in aquaculture. In Report of the Training Course on Growing Food Organisms for Fish Hatcheries: Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines, 3-22 August 1981 (pp. 77–80). Manila, Philippines: South China Sea Fisheries Development and Coordinating Programme.
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