Co-culturing Ulva ohnoi with antagonistic Phaeobacter bacteria as a strategy to protect fish-algae IMTA-RAS cultures from vibriosis
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Cultures of Ulva spp. are currently being used in Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture (IMTA) as biofiltration systems in fish farms, both in open and recirculating systems (IMTA-RAS). Ulva ohnoi has been identified as ideal candidate for filtering fish effluents due to their high growth rates and capacity to absorb and metabolize nitrogen
CitationPintado, J., Ruiz, P., Cremades, J., Masaló, I., Jimenez, P., Oca, J. Co-culturing Ulva ohnoi with antagonistic Phaeobacter bacteria as a strategy to protect fish-algae IMTA-RAS cultures from vibriosis. A: Aquaculture Europe. "EAS2017: cooperation for growth, Aquaculture Europe 17: abstracts, 7-20 October, Dubrovnic, Croatia". 2017, p. 914-915.