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Special Issue "Advances in Penaeid Shrimp Culture, Feeds and Feeding"
A special issue of Animals (ISSN 2076-2615). This special issue belongs to the section "Aquatic Animals".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2022) | Viewed by 23115
Special Issue Editors
Interests: aquaculture nutrition; finfish; crustaceans; aquafeed; digestive physiology
Interests: aquaculture systems; biofloc; aquaponics, nutrition, water quality, reproduction, larval rearing
Interests: fish nutrition; aquaculture nutrition; feed manufacturing technology; aquaculture; mariculture
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Interests: biofloc; feed additives; nutrition; microbiology; integrated aquaculture multi-trophic systems
Special Issue Information
Research in Penaeid shrimp culture has been ongoing for the last five decades and supports one of the fastest growing global primary industries, with total aquaculture volumes in 2018 of 6 million metric tons and a value of USD38.5 billions. The industry is dominated by the whileleg shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, and the giant tiger prawn, Penaeus monodon, which account for 83% and 13% of global production volume, respectively. Today, shrimp production utilizes a range of production strategies, from extensive to super-intensive systems, to improve productivity, feed conversion efficiency, biosecurity, and reduce impacts on the environment. New innovative production technologies and high-quality, sustainably sourced feeds are increasingly relied upon to grow this sector and deliver a premium cultured seafood product globally.
We invite review and original research papers related to recent advances in shrimp culture, feeds and feeding, including technological advances and nutritional aspects relevant to their culture and marketing over the entire production process, from breeding, larval rearing, to grow-out and entry into the food supply chain.
Dr. Cedric J. Simon
Dr. Mauricio G.C. Emerenciano
Dr. Artur Rombenso
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- crustacean aquaculture
- new technologies
- culture systems
- automatic feeder
- water quality