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Bacteria as food in aquaculture : do they make a difference?

Nancy Nevejan UGent, Peter De Schryver, Mathieu Wille UGent, Kristof Dierckens, Sri Kartik Baruah UGent and Gilbert Van Stappen UGent (2018) REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE. 10(1). p.180-212
abstract
Bacterioplankton is an important component of marine as well as fresh waters and accounts for a large fraction of the production of particulate matter in those ecosystems. The concept of bacteria as providers of essential nutrients in aquatic food webs has been raised most recently in relation to the utilization of bacteria as a food source in aquaculture food chains. This article represents a comprehensive review on the potential role of bacteria as a direct food source for aquaculture organisms. After studying shortly the analytical tools that can be applied to determine the uptake and assimilation of bacteria by higher trophic levels, it describes the bacterial loads that are found in closed and open aquaculture systems and elaborates on the composition of bacteria from a nutritional point of view. Next this study elaborates in more detail on the role of bacteria as food for the zooplankton groups used as live food in aquaculture hatcheries and for various groups of aquaculture target organisms, such as fish, crustaceans and especially bivalves. This includes an assessment of the specific uptake mechanisms of the different taxonomic groups of interest in relation to their efficiency to ingest bacteria. Finally, future research lines are suggested to elucidate the nutritional impact of the bacterial community in aquaculture systems and how to steer this in order to optimize the production.
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aquaculture, assimilation, bacteria, diet, nutrition, uptake mechanism, ROTIFER BRACHIONUS-PLICATILIS, OYSTER CRASSOSTREA-GIGAS, POLYUNSATURATED FATTY-ACIDS, SHRIMP LITOPENAEUS-VANNAMEI, SUSPENSION-FEEDING BIVALVE, SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIA, GREAT SCALLOP LARVAE, PACIFIC WHITE SHRIMP, 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA, CONTEMPORARY MARINE-SEDIMENTS
journal title
REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE
Rev. Aquac.
volume
10
issue
1
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180 - 212
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Review
Web of Science id
000428462500012
ISSN
1753-5123
DOI
10.1111/raq.12155
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English
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yes
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A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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8511002
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8511002
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2017-02-23 14:36:27
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2018-05-02 11:40:57
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  abstract     = {Bacterioplankton is an important component of marine as well as fresh waters and accounts for a large fraction of the production of particulate matter in those ecosystems. The concept of bacteria as providers of essential nutrients in aquatic food webs has been raised most recently in relation to the utilization of bacteria as a food source in aquaculture food chains. This article represents a comprehensive review on the potential role of bacteria as a direct food source for aquaculture organisms. After studying shortly the analytical tools that can be applied to determine the uptake and assimilation of bacteria by higher trophic levels, it describes the bacterial loads that are found in closed and open aquaculture systems and elaborates on the composition of bacteria from a nutritional point of view. Next this study elaborates in more detail on the role of bacteria as food for the zooplankton groups used as live food in aquaculture hatcheries and for various groups of aquaculture target organisms, such as fish, crustaceans and especially bivalves. This includes an assessment of the specific uptake mechanisms of the different taxonomic groups of interest in relation to their efficiency to ingest bacteria. Finally, future research lines are suggested to elucidate the nutritional impact of the bacterial community in aquaculture systems and how to steer this in order to optimize the production.},
  author       = {Nevejan, Nancy and De Schryver, Peter and Wille, Mathieu and Dierckens, Kristof and Baruah, Sri Kartik and Van Stappen, Gilbert},
  issn         = {1753-5123},
  journal      = {REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE},
  keyword      = {aquaculture,assimilation,bacteria,diet,nutrition,uptake mechanism,ROTIFER BRACHIONUS-PLICATILIS,OYSTER CRASSOSTREA-GIGAS,POLYUNSATURATED FATTY-ACIDS,SHRIMP LITOPENAEUS-VANNAMEI,SUSPENSION-FEEDING BIVALVE,SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIA,GREAT SCALLOP LARVAE,PACIFIC WHITE SHRIMP,16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA,CONTEMPORARY MARINE-SEDIMENTS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {180--212},
  title        = {Bacteria as food in aquaculture : do they make a difference?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/raq.12155},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2018},
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Chicago
Nevejan, Nancy, Peter De Schryver, Mathieu Wille, Kristof Dierckens, Sri Kartik Baruah, and Gilbert Van Stappen. 2018. “Bacteria as Food in Aquaculture : Do They Make a Difference?” Reviews in Aquaculture 10 (1): 180–212.
APA
Nevejan, N., De Schryver, P., Wille, M., Dierckens, K., Baruah, S. K., & Van Stappen, G. (2018). Bacteria as food in aquaculture : do they make a difference? REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE, 10(1), 180–212.
Vancouver
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Nevejan N, De Schryver P, Wille M, Dierckens K, Baruah SK, Van Stappen G. Bacteria as food in aquaculture : do they make a difference? REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE. 2018;10(1):180–212.
MLA
Nevejan, Nancy, Peter De Schryver, Mathieu Wille, et al. “Bacteria as Food in Aquaculture : Do They Make a Difference?” REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE 10.1 (2018): 180–212. Print.