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Biofloc technology application in aquaculture to support sustainable development goals

(2017) MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY. 10(5). p.1012-1016
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Biofloc technology (BFT) application offers benefits in improving aquaculture production that could contribute to the achievement of sustainable development goals. This technology could result in higher productivity with less impact to the environment. Furthermore, biofloc systems may be developed and performed in integration with other food production, thus promoting productive integrated systems, aiming at producing more food and feed from the same area of land with fewer input. The biofloc technology is still in its infant stage. A lot more research is needed to optimise the system (in relation to operational parameters) e.g. in relation to nutrient recycling, MAMP production, immunological effects. In addition research findings will need to be communicated to farmers as the implementation of biofloc technology will require upgrading their skills.
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TILAPIA OREOCHROMIS-NILOTICUS, PACIFIC WHITE SHRIMP, LITOPENAEUS-VANNAMEI BOONE, GROWTH-PERFORMANCE, REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE, IMMUNE-RESPONSE, WATER-QUALITY, C/N RATIO, FEED, CULTURE

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Bossier, Peter, and Julie Ekasari. “Biofloc Technology Application in Aquaculture to Support Sustainable Development Goals.” MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 10.5 (2017): 1012–1016. Print.
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Bossier, P., & Ekasari, J. (2017). Biofloc technology application in aquaculture to support sustainable development goals. MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, 10(5), 1012–1016.
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Bossier, Peter, and Julie Ekasari. 2017. “Biofloc Technology Application in Aquaculture to Support Sustainable Development Goals.” Microbial Biotechnology 10 (5): 1012–1016.
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Bossier, Peter, and Julie Ekasari. 2017. “Biofloc Technology Application in Aquaculture to Support Sustainable Development Goals.” Microbial Biotechnology 10 (5): 1012–1016.
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Bossier P, Ekasari J. Biofloc technology application in aquaculture to support sustainable development goals. MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY. 2017;10(5):1012–6.
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P. Bossier and J. Ekasari, “Biofloc technology application in aquaculture to support sustainable development goals,” MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 10, no. 5, pp. 1012–1016, 2017.
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  abstract     = {Biofloc technology (BFT) application offers benefits in improving aquaculture production that could contribute to the achievement of sustainable development goals. This technology could result in higher productivity with less impact to the environment. Furthermore, biofloc systems may be developed and performed in integration with other food production, thus promoting productive integrated systems, aiming at producing more food and feed from the same area of land with fewer input. The biofloc technology is still in its infant stage. A lot more research is needed to optimise the system (in relation to operational parameters) e.g. in relation to nutrient recycling, MAMP production, immunological effects. In addition research findings will need to be communicated to farmers as the implementation of biofloc technology will require upgrading their skills.},
  author       = {Bossier, Peter and Ekasari, Julie},
  issn         = {1751-7915},
  journal      = {MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY},
  keywords     = {TILAPIA OREOCHROMIS-NILOTICUS,PACIFIC WHITE SHRIMP,LITOPENAEUS-VANNAMEI BOONE,GROWTH-PERFORMANCE,REPRODUCTIVE-PERFORMANCE,IMMUNE-RESPONSE,WATER-QUALITY,C/N RATIO,FEED,CULTURE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {1012--1016},
  title        = {Biofloc technology application in aquaculture to support sustainable development goals},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1751-7915.12836},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2017},
}

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