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  • Challenges and benefits of applying fish behaviour to improve production and welfare in industrial aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-22
    Georgia Macaulay; Samantha Bui; Frode Oppedal; Tim Dempster

    An understanding of behaviour is used in zoos, laboratories and agriculture to reduce stressful aspects of the captive environment for animals. While fish are one of the most cultivated of all vertebrate groups, incorporating their behaviour into production management has proved elusive. Here, we evaluate the current evidence base relating to use of (i) innate behaviours of fish and (ii) their ability

  • Yeast as major protein‐rich ingredient in aquafeeds: a review of the implications for aquaculture production
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-19
    Jeleel Opeyemi Agboola; Margareth Øverland; Anders Skrede; Jon Øvrum Hansen

    Sustainability concerns associated with protein sources and currently used fishmeal and plant‐based meal have necessitated the quests for novel sustainable ingredients for use in aquafeeds. Yeasts have been proposed as sustainable ingredients particularly because of their potential to valorise non‐food lignocellulosic biomass into valuable protein resources. Prior to now, extensive studies exist on

  • Discoloration in the marine red algae Pyropia: causative factors and exploiting the biotechnological potential of a waste resource
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-18
    Kichul Cho; Jina Heo; Sang‐Moo Lee; Jinwook Han; Hyun Dae Hong; Hancheol Jeon; Hyun‐Ju Hwang; Kyunghwa Baek; Jong Won Han

    Pyropia (Porphyra, referred to as ‘Gim’ in Korea or ‘Nori’ in Japan), an economically valuable alga, has long been consumed as seafood, especially in north‐east Asian countries. Its well‐established conventional mass cultivation and harvesting methods in coastal areas widen the industrial availability of edible Pyropia sp. However, the unexpected discoloration derived from causative factors during

  • Use of glycerol in fish nutrition: a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-16
    Marlise Teresinha Mauerwerk; Izabel Volkweis Zadinelo; Fábio Meurer

    Crude glycerol and its purified and synthesized forms derived from biodiesel production are non‐toxic, biodegradable, biocompatible and versatile, and can be converted into various chemicals or products for biological use. Among the possible uses, there is its use in fish feeding, due to the chemical and nutritional composition, for being classified as energetic food and has low cost. The possibility

  • Cyprinid herpesvirus‐2 (CyHV‐2): a comprehensive review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-14
    Raja Swaminathan Thangaraj; Sundar Raj Nithianantham; Arathi Dharmaratnam; Raj Kumar; Pravata Kumar Pradhan; Sumithra Thangalazhy Gopakumar; Neeraj Sood

    Cyprinid herpesvirus‐2 (CyHV‐2) is a linear double‐stranded DNA virus in the genus Cyprinivirus of family Alloherpesviridae. The virus is known to be highly pathogenic to ornamental goldfish (Carassius auratus), crucian carp (C. carassius) and Gibel carp (C. auratus gibelio), and also to the hybrids of goldfish and other carps. Cyprinid herpesvirus‐2, having the smallest genome (290.3 kb) among Cyprinivirus

  • Fish welfare in offshore salmon aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-12
    Malthe Hvas; Ole Folkedal; Frode Oppedal

    To accommodate further growth in the Atlantic salmon aquaculture industry, new production sites may well be established at more exposed locations along the coast or even offshore. Here, fish will encounter strong currents and powerful waves, which are avoided at traditional sheltered locations. Exposed locations offer several advantages and necessitate new technological advancements. However, the most

  • Challenges and prospects of Viral Envelope protein VP28‐based control strategies to combat white spot syndrome virus in penaeid shrimps: a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-10
    Sivakumar Krishnankutty Chandrika; Sajeevan Thavarool Puthiyedathu

    VP28 is an essential WSSV envelope protein used to develop innate immune recognition in shrimp against WSSV, owing to its remarkable capability to localize on the surface of shrimp epithelial cells. Transgenically engineered viral VP28 protein from several expression systems was used to increase the survival chances of shrimp against WSSV pathogen, and their efficacy was found to last for 2–3 weeks

  • Microplastics and their potential effects on the aquaculture systems: a critical review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-09
    Aiguo Zhou; Yue Zhang; Shaolin Xie; Yuliang Chen; Xiang Li; Jun Wang; Jixing Zou

    According to the statistics, 8.3 billion metric tonnes of plastics have been produced since 1950s, which is far more than other synthetic materials and the annual production which are about 500 million tonnes per year at present. The production of plastics makes microplastics pollution extremely widespread distribution, which will have a lasting impact on the global environment, especially on the aquaculture

  • Use of biofloc technology in shrimp aquaculture: a comprehensive review, with emphasis on the last decade
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-09
    Abdel‐Fattah M. El‐Sayed

    In face of the shortage of, and competition with, land and water, the sustainability of aquaculture will have to depend on vertical development, through improving production environments, increasing productivity and enhancing aquaculture technologies. Biofloc technology (BFT) has emerged as new alternative for sustainable aquaculture, which could contribute to FAO Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

  • Availability and usefulness of economic data on the effects of aquaculture: a North Atlantic comparative assessment
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-09-02
    Eirik Mikkelsen; Lucia Fanning; Cornelia Kreiss; Suzannah‐Lynn Billing; John Dennis; Ramon Filgueira; Jon Grant; Gesche Krause; Doug Lipton; Molly Miller; José Perez; Selina Stead; Sebastian Villasante

    This paper focuses on the availability of economic indicators and metrics to assess effects of marine aquaculture production in the North Atlantic area (the EU, Norway, Canada and USA), including also social and environmental effects. We consider how aquaculture planning and management is organised in the different countries and the usefulness of economic information to address different aquaculture‐related

  • Towards cost‐effective biofouling management in salmon aquaculture: a strategic outlook
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-30
    Nina Bloecher; Oliver Floerl

    Biofouling is an ongoing challenge for marine salmon aquaculture, impacting farming operations, fish health and welfare. Current mitigation strategies employed in Norway and Scotland rely mainly on the use of antifouling coatings and reactive removal of biofouling. These approaches are not only costly and of limited efficacy, but also pose active risks and likely contribute to mortality of fish during

  • Professor Sena S. De Silva (1946–2020)
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-24

    On 6th May 2020, Professor Sena De Silva, or as everyone used to call him – Sena, passed away in his home in Melbourne, surrounded by his loved ones, after over two years battling with cancer. As always, Sena was at ease in facing new challenges, and before passing, he said that he was ready to go. Sena was a man with a razor‐sharp intelligence and an incredible wealth of knowledge, but at the same

  • Effects of temperature on the rate of embryonic development of cephalopods in the light of thermal time applied to aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-19
    Lorenzo Márquez; Majorie Larson; Eduardo Almansa

    The temporal description of the embryonic development in ectothermic animals and the speed of development depends on environmental temperature. The concept of thermal time helps in solving this problem by making it possible to define a linear model of development linking developmental rate and temperature. The model has been scarcely applied to cephalopods in spite of being useful for programming embryonic

  • Healthy microbiome: a key to successful and sustainable shrimp aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-18
    Riya Rajeev; K.K. Adithya; G. Seghal Kiran; Joseph Selvin

    The microbiome of the host and its surroundings play a vital role in its health and well‐being. Unlike the terrestrial organisms that maternally acquire its microbiome, the aquatic species mainly get colonized by the microorganisms in its aquatic surrounding and are exposed to a wide variety of microbial community based on the type of aquatic environment the host inhabits. This review is focused on

  • The relative importance of enhancement to the production of Salmon on Iturup Island (Kuril Islands, Russia)
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-18
    Natalya Klovach; Vsevolod Leman; Ilya Gordeev

    A historical review of biological enhancement and fisheries for Iturup Island demonstrates that enhancement has significantly increased numbers of chum salmon while pink salmon are produced almost entirely naturally. Fourteen hatcheries currently produce and release chum salmon fry; four of these also generate pink salmon. Favourable natural conditions make the waters near Iturup Island one of the

  • Immune responses and immunoprotection in crustaceans with special reference to shrimp
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-17
    Amod Kulkarni; Sreedharan Krishnan; Deepika Anand; Shyam Kokkattunivarthil Uthaman; Subhendu Kumar Otta; Indrani Karunasagar; Rajendran Kooloth Valappil

    Crustacean aquaculture, dominated by shrimp, is a highly profitable food‐producing sector in the world. However, a variety of biotic and abiotic stressors can have adverse effect on the immune system of shrimp making them susceptible to diseases. Although a vertebrate‐like adaptive immune system is lacking in shrimp, an efficient innate immune system renders protection against invading pathogens. The

  • Nutritional immunity of fish intestines: important insights for sustainable aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-15
    Mahmoud A.O. Dawood

    Intensive culture systems are usually employed to increase the production, but we suspect that, in such systems, fish suffer infection and stress, which weakens their health. However, such systems may fail due to lack of resources or difficulty in controlling the rearing conditions’ optimization. When intensive culture systems fail, aquatic animals gradually stop feeding. Accordingly, their physiological

  • Effect of illumination on fish and amphibian: development, growth, physiological and biochemical processes
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-15
    Alexander B. Ruchin

    Being one of the main environmental factors, the light factor influences many aspects of animal life. Photoperiod, light intensity (illumination) and wavelength are the primary periodic factors. There is a review that discusses the role of illumination on various life processes of aquatic anamnia vertebrates (fish and amphibians). The effect of light on the development, growth, respiration, consumption

  • Role of sex‐biased miRNAs in teleosts – a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-13
    Rayees Ahmad Bhat; Manisha Priyam; Md Javed Foysal; Sanjay Kumar Gupta; Jitendra Kumar Sundaray

    MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small non‐coding RNAs that control the expression of genes by targeting specific mRNAs. Data related to miRNAs are limited for fish species, with only 16 out of the 30 000 fish species enlisted in miRBase. In the present review, we have summarized the recent findings on the implication of miRNAs in the teleost reproduction with an emphasis on commercially important candidates

  • Triploid induction in penaeid shrimps aquaculture: a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-13
    Hidayah Manan; Mhd Ikhwanuddin

    The application of biotechnology in marine shrimp especially in penaeid shrimps aquaculture is increasing in demand. Researcher and scientist consents that application of biotechnology helps improve the shrimp quality and consequently increase the aquaculture shrimp productions. The monosex culture becomes one of the focuses nowadays as the techniques can help increasing the aquaculture yield and obviously

  • Decades‐long involvement of signalling pathways in cardiovascular research using zebrafish model and its global trends
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-13
    Ambika Binesh

    Research on zebrafish as a model system began a few decades ago, and later, studies on zebrafish developmental biology and genetics resulted in the characterization of a large number of genes involved in vertebrate development and cell signalling pathways, thus establishing zebrafish as a relevant human disease model for research. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the first leading cause of death

  • Resilience of cold water aquaculture: a review of likely scenarios as climate changes in the Gulf of Maine
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-12
    Ian R. Bricknell; Sean D. Birkel; Susan H. Brawley; Tyler Van Kirk; Heather Hamlin; Kyle Capistrant‐Fossa; Kimberly Huguenard; G. Peter Van Walsum; Zhilong L. Liu; Longhuan H. Zhu; Gretchen Grebe; Emma Taccardi; Molly Miller; Brian M. Preziosi; Kevin Duffy; Carrie J. Byron; Charlotte T.C. Quigley; Timothy J. Bowden; Damian Brady; Brian F. Beal; Praveen K. Sappati; Teresa R. Johnson; Sean Moeykens

    Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing development and continuation of sustainable aquaculture in temperate regions. We primarily consider the ecological and physical resilience of aquaculture in the Gulf of Maine (GoM), where a thriving industry includes marine algae, extensive and intensive shellfish aquaculture, and a well‐established Atlantic salmon industry, as well as the infrastructure

  • A review on the beneficial effect of thymol on health and production of fish
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-10
    Mahmoud Alagawany; Mayada R. Farag; Sameh A. Abdelnour; Shaaban S. Elnesr

    The thymol molecule is a food additive, used to boost the growth, production and feed efficiency via improving the digestive secretion and activating the structure and function of digestive system. The major application of thymol essential oil is used in animal rations, particularly as a natural feed additive to decrease hazardous compounds in a wide range of animal species. Thymol essential oil plays

  • Mortality of marine mussels Mytilus edulis and M. galloprovincialis: systematic literature review of risk factors and recommendations for future research
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-06
    Coralie Lupo; Stéphanie Bougeard; Véronique Le Bihan; Jean Louis Blin; Gwenhael Allain; Patrick Azéma; Fabienne Benoit; Christian Béchemin; Ismaël Bernard; Philippe Blachier; Léa Brieau; Morgane Danion; Aurélie Garcia; Erika Gervasoni; Philippe Glize; Audrey Lainé; Sylvie Lapègue; Cécile Mablouké; Laurence Poirier; Jean Christophe Raymond; Michael Treilles; Claire Chauvin; Sophie Le Bouquin

    The aim of this study was to summarise the literature reporting the risk factors for mortality in the mussel species Mytilus edulis and Mytilus galloprovincialis in order to identify potential science‐based solutions to prevent or mitigate mussel mortality outbreaks. We followed the PRISMA methodology: Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta‐Analyses. The studied corpus of 91 publications

  • Perspectives on utilization of macrophytes as feed ingredient for fish in future aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-05
    Shahida Naseem; Sami Ullah Bhat; Adil Gani; Farooz Ahmad Bhat

    Aquaculture activity supplies high‐quality protein at affordable cost. A global call for foods of aquatic origin has heightened not only due to the zooming population growth, but also because of a choice of healthier foods for human beings. As the industry expands, it is facing the high cost of feeding because the key ingredients, that is fishmeal and fish oil, of aquadiet are very expensive. Identification

  • Granulomatosis in fish aquaculture: a mini review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-08-01
    Pablo Martínez‐Lara; Marcel Martínez‐Porchas; Teresa Gollas‐Galván; Jorge Hernández‐López; Glen R. Robles‐Porchas

    Bacterial infections represent the greatest threat for fish culture, especially those causing granulomatous processes. Although there are experimental models used to elucidate the mechanisms of pathogenicity in granulomatous processes, most of these aimed to understand the infection in superior vertebrates like humans; therefore, there is still an urgent need to expand the number of infection models

  • Enzymatic fish protein hydrolysates in finfish aquaculture: a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-30
    Muhammad A.B. Siddik; Janet Howieson; Ravi Fotedar; Gavin J. Partridge

    In intensive farming systems, fish are held at high densities, which may increase stress, leading to susceptibility to diseases that result in economic losses. Therefore, effective feeding practices incorporating health‐promoting compounds such as proteins, hydrolysates and bioactive peptides that can stimulate the defence mechanisms of fish and achieve better growth are some of the priorities for

  • Moving towards more sustainable aquaculture practices: a meta‐analysis on the potential of plant‐enriched diets to improve fish growth, immunity and disease resistance
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-28
    Miriam Reverter; Nathalie Tapissier‐Bontemps; Samira Sarter; Pierre Sasal; Domenico Caruso

    Aquatic animal diseases are one of the major limiting factors in aquaculture development, with disease emergence forecast to increase with global change. However, in order to treat increasing diseases in a context of global emergence of antimicrobial resistance and strengthening regulations on antimicrobial use, sustainable alternatives are urgently needed. The use of plant supplements to increase

  • A comparison of the bioremediation potential of five seaweed species in an integrated fish‐seaweed aquaculture system: implication for a multi‐species seaweed culture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-27
    Yun Hee Kang; Sangil Kim; Sun Kyeong Choi; Hyuk Je Lee; Ik Kyo Chung; Sang Rul Park

    We investigated the growth and bioremediation potential of five local seaweed species (Codium fragile , Ulva pertusa , Ecklonia stolonifera , Saccharina japonica and Gracilariopsis chorda ), using an integrated fish‐seaweed culture system as a biofilter for effluents from black rockfish (Sebastes schlegelii ) tanks. The specific growth rate, biomass and net yield values of green algae were higher than

  • Cleaner fish in aquaculture: review on diseases and vaccination
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-26
    Toni Erkinharju; Roy A. Dalmo; Miroslava Hansen; Tore Seternes

    Combating and controlling sea lice causes large economic costs for the farmers, with estimated values of more than 305 million euros (€) per year. Increased resistance against traditional chemotherapeutants due to evolutionary drivers in the sea lice combined with the lack of an effective vaccine and few other chemical treatments available are expected to cause these costs to increase. Several possible

  • Oxidative stress and use of antioxidants in fish semen cryopreservation
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-24
    Leydy Sandoval‐Vargas; Mauricio Silva Jiménez; Jennie Risopatrón González; Elías Figueroa Villalobos; Elsa Cabrita; Iván Valdebenito Isler

    Reactive oxygen species (ROS) have been proposed as one of the main causes of the impairment of fish spermatozoa integrity and functionality during cryopreservation. The high content of unsaturated fatty acids in sperm cells and the low antioxidant capacity of diluted semen are key factors in making sperm cells susceptible to ROS attacks. For this reason, some recent studies have determined the antioxidant

  • Probiotics and competitive exclusion of pathogens in shrimp aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-24
    Hazel Knipe; Ben Temperton; Anke Lange; David Bass; Charles R. Tyler

    Probiotics, live microorganisms that, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host, offer an alternative to antibiotics and have become popular among shrimp farmers for use in the regulation of pond water quality, promotion of shrimp growth and the prevention of disease. Most shrimp probiotics are selected for testing based on their ability to competitively exclude pathogens

  • How domestication alters fish phenotypes
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-24
    Sylvain Milla; Alain Pasquet; Leila El Mohajer; Pascal Fontaine

    Domestication can be defined as the adaptation of an animal to the human environment and its constraints. Accumulating evidence strongly indicates that domestication plays essential roles in modulating the phenotypes of teleosts, despite the scattered information. Animal husbandry and molecular, physiological and behavioural studies have identified a high degree and complexity of biological changes

  • Infectious diseases and treatment solutions of farmed greater amberjack Seriola dumerili with particular emphasis in Mediterranean region
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-23
    George Rigos; Pantelis Katharios; Dimitra Kogiannou; Chiara M. Cascarano

    Greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili ) is a very promising candidate for the diversification of the Mediterranean aquaculture due to its high demand, excellent flesh quality and high market prices. Its production expansion has, however, failed so far, due to several bottlenecks mainly related to pathology. This review addresses the major pathogens, which hinder the culture of greater amberjack with

  • Protein–protein interaction network: an emerging tool for understanding fish disease in aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-15
    Khor Waiho; Nor Afiqah‐Aleng; Mat Taib Mimi Iryani; Hanafiah Fazhan

    Protein–protein interactions (PPIs) play integral roles in a wide range of biological processes that regulate the overall growth, development, physiology and disease in living organisms. With the advancement of high‐throughput sequencing technologies, increasing numbers of PPI networks are being predicted and annotated, and these contribute greatly towards the understanding of pathogenesis and the

  • The decline of mussel aquaculture in the European Union: causes, economic impacts and opportunities
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-14
    Lamprakis Avdelas; Edo Avdic‐Mravlje; Ana Cristina Borges Marques; Suzana Cano; Jacob J. Capelle; Natacha Carvalho; Maria Cozzolino; John Dennis; Tim Ellis; José M. Fernández Polanco; Jordi Guillen; Tobias Lasner; Véronique Le Bihan; Ignacio Llorente; Arie Mol; Simona Nicheva; Rasmus Nielsen; Hans van Oostenbrugge; Sebastian Villasante; Svjetlana Visnic; Kolyo Zhelev; Frank Asche

    In contrast to the increasing aquaculture production of mussels worldwide, production in the European Union (EU) has shown a decreasing trend over the last two decades. Aquaculture production of mussels in the EU peaked in the late 1990s at more than 600 000 tonnes; by 2016, production volume had dropped by 20% to 480 000 tonnes. As mussel production represents more than ⅓ of EU aquaculture production

  • Trends in aquaculture and conservation of sturgeons: a review of molecular and cytogenetic tools
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-13
    Gyan Chandra; Dorota Fopp‐Bayat

    Sturgeons are the most primitive, endangered groups of vertebrates on the planet and often referred to as ‘living fossils’. Their natural populations are decreasing due to habitat destruction, blockage of spawning migration, pollution and overexploitation for their expensive black caviar and boneless meat. Currently, existing populations have little chance to survive without artificial breeding and

  • Advances of intra‐species molecular typing analysis of aquatic probiotics approved by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-10
    Juan Hu; Yuanyuan Yao; Yalin Yang; Chenchen Gao; Fengli Zhang; Rui Xia; Chao Ran; Zhen Zhang; Jihong Liu Clarke; Zhigang Zhou

    Probiotics confer a health benefit on the host and could be used as a good alternative to antibiotics. Probiotics are strain‐specific when exerting their function, so it is necessary to identify them to strain level. In recent years, intra‐species molecular typing and identification methods have developed rapidly, which commonly are used for typing the main pathogenic bacteria and rare for studies

  • Insights into gene expression responses to infections in teleosts using microarray data: a systematic review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-08
    Mario Caruffo; Dinka Mandakovic; Pablo Cabrera; Igor Pacheco; Liliana Montt; Ignacio Chávez‐Báez; Madelaine Mejías; Francisca Vera‐Tamargo; Javiera Perez‐Valenzuela; Alonso Carrasco‐Labra; Rodrigo Pulgar

    The rapid growth of production in aquaculture in the last decades has brought unwanted consequences affecting fish health and increasing the susceptibility to different infections. This systematic review aimed to analyse and summarize the current knowledge of gene expression responses to infectious diseases in teleosts using viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites as agents through published microarray

  • Development and current state of seawater shrimp farming, with an emphasis on integrated multi‐trophic pond aquaculture farms, in China – a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-08
    Zhi‐Qiang Chang; Amir Neori; Yu‐Ying He; Ji‐Tao Li; Ling Qiao; Steven Ian Preston; Ping Liu; Jian Li

    Shrimp farming has been the fastest‐growing sector in seawater aquaculture and has contributed to improving the farmers income and the utilization efficiency of aquaculture resources in China. The shrimp industry has deployed ever‐improved and innovated methods, from extensive farming to semi‐intensive and intensive farming. Various high‐density intensive culture models, such as high‐land, greenhouse

  • Improving and standardizing protocols for alkaline protease quantification in fish
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-07-03
    Héctor Nolasco‐Soria

    Assessing the activity of alkaline protease is a common procedure in many biological, physiological and nutritional studies, including the maturation and digestive capacity of the digestive tract, in gastric and non‐gastric fish species. After reviewing the available literature on fish digestive alkaline proteases published during a time span of ten years (2008–2018), it has been detected some possible

  • Aerobic swimming in intensive finfish aquaculture: applications for production, mitigation and selection
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-29
    David J. McKenzie; Arjan P. Palstra; Josep Planas; Simon MacKenzie; Marie‐Laure Bégout; Helgi Thorarensen; Marc Vandeputte; Daan Mes; Sonia Rey; Gudrun De Boeck; Paolo Domenici; Peter V. Skov

    We review knowledge on applications of sustained aerobic swimming as a tool to promote productivity and welfare of farmed fish species. There has been extensive interest in whether providing active species with a current to swim against can promote growth. The results are not conclusive but the studies have varied in species, life stage, swimming speed applied, feeding regime, stocking density and

  • Incidence of antibiotic resistance in Vibrio spp
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-29
    Ke‐Yan Loo; Vengadesh Letchumanan; Jodi Woan‐Fei Law; Priyia Pusparajah; Bey‐Hing Goh; Nurul‐Syakima Ab Mutalib; Ya‐Wen He; Learn‐Han Lee

    Vibrio species is a common natural inhabitant of brackish and saltwater. Vibrio sp. includes not only emerging pathogens but also well‐known and emerged pathogens, such as V. cholerae , V. parahaemolyticus and V. vulnificus . Although it is often harmless, pathogenic strains which could cause serious food‐borne illnesses/outbreaks in both humans and animals have been identified. Vibrio infection is

  • Deep learning for smart fish farming: applications, opportunities and challenges
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-29
    Xinting Yang; Song Zhang; Jintao Liu; Qinfeng Gao; Shuanglin Dong; Chao Zhou

    The rapid emergence of deep learning (DL) technology has resulted in its successful use in various fields, including aquaculture. DL creates both new opportunities and a series of challenges for information and data processing in smart fish farming. This paper focuses on applications of DL in aquaculture, including live fish identification, species classification, behavioural analysis, feeding decisions

  • Moulting in the grow‐out of farmed shrimp: a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-27
    Daniel Lemos; Delphine Weissman

    The importance of moulting for growth in farmed shrimp is reviewed in relation to the physiological cycle, induction triggers, behavioural and compositional changes, elements for successful moulting and potential strategies for moulting management. Successful ecdysis is also dependent on pond water quality, health and nutritional status. The stages in the moulting cycle are as follows: premoult, the

  • Prevention not cure: a review of methods to avoid sea lice infestations in salmon aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-24
    Luke T. Barrett; Frode Oppedal; Nick Robinson; Tim Dempster

    The Atlantic salmon aquaculture industry still struggles with ectoparasitic sea lice despite decades of research and development invested into louse removal methods. In contrast, methods to prevent infestations before they occur have received relatively little research effort, yet may offer key benefits over treatment‐focused methods. Here, we summarise the range of potential and existing preventative

  • Selective breeding of edible bivalves and its implication of global climate change
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-19
    Karsoon Tan; Hongkuan Zhang; Huaiping Zheng

    Bivalve molluscs are very nutritious and are an important source of human animal protein. To date, bivalve farming has contributed to about 15% of the mean per capita animal protein intake of approximate 1.5 billion people around the world. Unfortunately, the effects of climate change, mainly global warming and ocean acidification, have had many deleterious effects on bivalve aquaculture, not only

  • Lycopene reduces the impacts of aquatic environmental pollutants and physical stressors in fish
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-18
    Mahmoud A.O. Dawood; Mohsen Abdel‐Tawwab; Hany M.R. Abdel‐Latif

    Aquatic organisms are susceptible throughout their lives to chemical and physical stressors, which negatively affect their health. Various aquatic pollutants derived from industrial effluents, overuse of some agricultural pesticides, herbicides and insecticides may cause devastating toxicological aspects of aquatic organisms and deteriorate their health and growth. They also led to oxidative stress

  • Is biomass of filamentous green algae Cladophora spp. (Chlorophyta, Ulvophyceae) an unlimited cheap and valuable resource for medicine and pharmacology? A review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-17
    Alexander V. Prazukin; Elena V. Anufriieva; Nickolai V. Shadrin

    Filamentous green algae Cladophora spp. are cosmopolitans inhabiting waters with different salinity, from freshwater to hypersaline. Eutrophication of marine and inland waters results in the huge development of filamentous green algae, which reach high biomass and occupy large areas in different water bodies. This leads to the strong negative effect on the species richness of communities, significantly

  • Clostridium butyricum: a promising probiotic confers positive health benefits in aquatic animals
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-15
    Ngoc Tuan Tran; Zhongzhen Li; Hongyu Ma; Yueling Zhang; Huaiping Zheng; Yi Gong; Shengkang Li

    Clostridium butyricum is a bacterium of rod shape, strictly anaerobic, Gram‐positive and form spores. Short‐chain fatty acids, biofuel compounds and precursors of biomaterials (H2, butanol and 1,3‐propanediol) are produced by C. butyricum during the fermentation of carbohydrates and sugars. In humans and animals, although C. butyricum has been found to be associated with botulism in infant and necrotising

  • Status of genetic and genomic approaches for delineating biological information and improving aquaculture production of farmed rohu, Labeo rohita (Ham, 1822)
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-11
    Kiran D. Rasal; Jitendra Kumar Sundaray

    Farmed rohu, Labeo rohita , is an economically important freshwater aquaculture species in south Asia. Consumer preference for this species has driven researchers to develop genetically improved rohu (Jayanti) for important traits such as growth and disease resistance. The feeding and breeding biology of rohu is well‐studied, but the physiological responses to stress or climate change at the molecular

  • The role of oregano herb and its derivatives as immunomodulators in fish
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-10
    Mahmoud Alagawany; Mayada R. Farag; Ayman S. Salah; Mohamed A. Mahmoud

    The motivation behind this article is to give point‐by‐point data about the beneficial applications of oregano feed supplement in fish diets as immunomodulators, antioxidant, antiviral, antifungal and antiparasitic. Use of this plant as feed additive plays an important role in the fish diet when compared to other synthetic feed additives. Oregano is rich in phytochemical compounds including carvacrol

  • Co‐culture of shrimp with commercially important plants: a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-08
    Juan Francisco Fierro‐Sañudo; Gustavo Alejandro Rodríguez‐Montes de Oca; Federico Páez‐Osuna

    Shrimp farming is one of the most important worldwide developed sectors; however, this development has induced a series of negative environmental impacts. One strategy to reduce these impacts is the integration or co‐culture of shrimp farming with agriculture. The integration of shrimp farming with commercial plants has been carried out with the objective of minimizing the environmental impact through

  • A review on Spirulina: alternative media for cultivation and nutritive value as an aquafeed
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-06-01
    Janice Alano Ragaza; Md. Sakhawat Hossain; Kristen A. Meiler; Stephanie F. Velasquez; Vikas Kumar

    The nutritional value of spirulina in aquafeeds has been studied extensively as a fishmeal replacer or as a functional feed additive to increase growth and health performance of fish in the last decade. Despite increased interest in spirulina research in aquaculture, its increased production cost still limits its use in commercial rations. Zarrouk’s medium is the standard substrate used for growing

  • Mechanical induced wounds in fish – a review on models and healing mechanisms
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-05-30
    Lene Sveen; Christian Karlsen; Elisabeth Ytteborg

    Skin wounds and injuries are frequently occurring in farmed fish, particularly in more intensive production systems. Any disruptions of the skin, such as mucus removal, scale loss or deeper incisions, are negatively correlated with barrier functions and disease resistance. In this review, the current knowledge on mechanically induced wounds in fish is dedicated to five areas of focus: (i) The anatomy

  • Acceptance of aquaculture as compared with traditional fishing in the province of Cadiz (Spain): an empirical study from the standpoint of social carrying capacity
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-05-30
    Jose Ruiz‐Chico; José Maria Biedma‐Ferrer; Antonio Rafael Peña‐Sánchez; Mercedes Jiménez‐García

    This paper analyses the acceptance of aquaculture compared with fisheries in the province of Cadiz (Spain), in the context of social carrying capacity, the point at which its presence begins to be excessive and leads to significant problems for society. Researchers conducted 558 face‐to‐face surveys to study the societal acceptance of this sector in several dimensions (social, economy, quality, environment

  • Epidemiology of marine gill diseases in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) aquaculture: a review
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-05-29
    Annette S. Boerlage; Angela Ashby; Ana Herrero; Aaron Reeves; George J. Gunn; Hamish D. Rodger

    Gill disease of farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar ) in the marine environment has emerged as a significant problem for the salmon aquaculture industry. Different types of marine salmon gill disease reported include amoebic gill disease (AGD), parasitic gill disease, viral gill disease, bacterial gill disease, zooplankton (cnidarian nematocyst)‐associated gill disease, harmful algal gill disease and

  • Trained immunity and perspectives for shrimp aquaculture
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-05-25
    Suvra Roy; Peter Bossier; Parisa Norouzitallab; Daisy Vanrompay

    The global production of cultured crustaceans for 2018 is predicted to be ~8.63 million tonnes, and shrimp represents a significant portion of cultured crustaceans. Demands for shrimp are raising, also in developing countries as consumer preferences have evolved with rising incomes. Shrimp is mainly produced for consumption but during processing economically valuable products are being generated such

  • Comparison of Norwegian health and welfare regulatory frameworks in salmon and chicken production
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-05-23
    Kristine Gismervik; Brit Tørud; Tore S. Kristiansen; Tonje Osmundsen; Kristine Vedal Størkersen; Christian Medaas; Marianne Elisabeth Lien; Lars Helge Stien

    The health and welfare of farmed fish are often regarded with less concern than for other production animals. This review compares the Norwegian legal health and welfare frameworks for broiler chickens and farmed salmon, with the aim of improving regulations for salmon farming in Norway. Highlighting differences in laws, regulations and governmental organisation are also highly relevant in general

  • Parasites and coral‐associated invertebrates that impact coral health
    Rev. Aquacult. (IF 7.772) Pub Date : 2020-05-14
    Jonathan A. Barton; David G. Bourne; Craig Humphrey; Kate S. Hutson

    Globally coral reefs are in decline, largely driven by local anthropogenic pressures combined with broader cumulative impacts from climate change. Coral aquaculture will play an important role in active reef restoration and attempts to preserve some semblance of coral reefs in highly impacted areas. Achieving maximum growth and survivorship of cultured corals is necessary to achieve optimal results

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