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Microbial community management in aquaculture
Bossier, P.; De Schrijver, P.; Defoirdt, T.; Ruwandeepika, H.A.D.; Natrah, F.; Ekasari, J.; Toi, H.; Nhan, D.; Tinh, N.; Pande, G.; Karunasagar, I.; Van Stappen, G. (2016). Microbial community management in aquaculture. Procedia Food Science 6: 37-39.
In: Procedia Food Science. Elsevier: Lonson. ISSN 2211-601X, more
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Author keywords
    Microbial community management; bioflocs

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  • Bossier, P., more
  • De Schrijver, P., more
  • Defoirdt, T., more
  • Ruwandeepika, H.A.D., more
  • Tinh, N., more
  • Pande, G., more
  • Karunasagar, I.
  • Van Stappen, G., more

    Microbial community management in aquaculture creates benefits at the nutritional as well as at health level for cultured species. In addition, in case of biofloc application, it allows to link species at different trophic levels, making bioflocs the potential link in integrated multispecies aquaculture.

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