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- do Espírito Santo, Carlos Manoel, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Aquaculture research 2017 v.48 no.4 pp. 1827-1835
- Litopenaeus vannamei; Vibrio; agricultural industry; ammonia; biofloc technology; chlorophyll; juveniles; microbial load; molasses; organic carbon; shrimp; soybeans; stocking rate; sugarcane; tanks; total suspended solids; water quality
- ... Soybean molasses was evaluated as a partial replacement for sugarcane molasses as a carbon source for biofloc development in the superintensive culture of Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei). A 50‐day study was conducted with juvenile (3.2 g) shrimp stocked in 16 800 L tanks at a stocking density of 250 shrimp m⁻³. Control of total ammonia concentration was performed by the addition of com ...