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Assessment of the environmental sustainability of cobia fish farm (Rachycentron Canadum) in the bay of Ilha Grande – Brazil and the relationship with benthic macrofauna

March 22, 2022 Aqua & Marine Biology No Comments

Studies on the sustainability of aquaculture have been carried out around the world. Theinput of organic matter in the sediment and the influence of current velocity on the depositionof particles produced by fish in captivity can be used to assess the distribution of benthicassemblages below …..

Fertilizer potential of slurry from intensive dairy cattle farms in Intensive production forestry systems

Intensive dairy cattle breeding has a relevant social and economic impact in Portugal,particularly in the northern region. This activity generates a high flow of livestock effluents(slurry), rich in important nutrients for plant growth, which can be introduced into intensiveproduction forestry systems. These effluents can provide …..

Larviculture of the Zungaro jahu (Ihering, 1898)

January 21, 2022 Aqua & Marine Biology No Comments

JAÚ, an endangered species under laboratoryconditions Zungaro jahu (Ihering, 1898) is a fish threatened with extinction, according to the Red Listof the Ministry of the Environment and Legal Amazon. The objective of this work was topropose a cultivation protocol for the jaú. In the laboratory, …..

Gallstone ileus diagnosis and treatment: six-year experience in three academic institutions

November 15, 2021 Aqua & Marine Biology | Gastroenterology & Hepatology No Comments

Background: Gallstone ileus is defined as a mechanical intestinal obstruction due to impaction of one or more gallstones within the gastrointestinal tract. It occurs most frequently in elderly patients, and accounts for 1%-4% of mechanical intestinal obstructions. The mainstay of treatment is surgical exploration. Methods: …..

A review on the seaweed resources of Myanmar

August 17, 2021 Aqua & Marine Biology No Comments

A total of 261species of marine benthic algae under 121genera,comprising 72 taxa belonging to 26 genera of Chlorophyta, 45 taxa belonging to 18 genera of Phaeophyta and 144 taxa belonging to 77 genera of Rhodophyta growing along the Tanintharyi Coastal Zone, Deltaic Coastal Zone and …..