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Early life stage bottlenecks of carnivorous molluscs under captivity : a challenge for their farming and contribution to seafood production

(2019) REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE. 11(3). p.431-457
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This work brings together the view of different specialists in the areas of larviculture, physiology, ecology, nutrition and animal health, regarding how to deal with the aquaculture farming of species with complex life cycles in a multidisciplinary way, using as models the octopus and the muricid C. concholepas, with the aim of reducing the gap between the experimental and the industrial culture of species that are relevant for the diversification of aquaculture, particularly in Chile. Although these species are similar in their difficulty to reach the terminal planktonic phase prior to juvenile, they differ in the bottlenecks they have to overcome to reach it. Relevant aspects of study to achieve juvenile production from early life stages rearing, whether for repopulation or for ongrowing, are as follows: (i) Replacement or supplementation of live diets with inert diets to achieve significant survival values over the first stages of life. (ii) Physiological approaches to establish cultivation conditions evaluating the individual responses to several rearing conditions, specially the interaction between temperature, dissolved oxygen and acidity. Studies of urgent character due to the global warming scenario. (iii) Genomic studies associated with the effect of ontogenetic development, environment, health and nutrition on gene expression to understand, in an integrated way, the key processes for the development and growth of immature stages. (iv) Studies on the control of reproduction, the quality control of the ova, the genetic structure of reproductive populations and the characterization of diseases are also necessary to achieve efficient hatchery technologies.
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early life stage, genetics, loco, molecular biology, nutrition, octopus, physiology, sustainability, OCTOPUS-VULGARIS CUVIER, PATAGONIAN RED OCTOPUS, FATTY-ACID-COMPOSITION, CONCHOLEPAS-CONCHOLEPAS BRUGUIERE, AGGREGATA-OCTOPIANA PROTISTA, CUTTLEFISH SEPIA-OFFICINALIS, GLAND LIPID-COMPOSITION, ENTEROCTOPUS-MEGALOCYATHUS, EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT, COMMON OCTOPUS

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Uriarte, Iker, et al. “Early Life Stage Bottlenecks of Carnivorous Molluscs under Captivity : A Challenge for Their Farming and Contribution to Seafood Production.” REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE, vol. 11, no. 3, 2019, pp. 431–57, doi:10.1111/raq.12240.
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Uriarte, I., Astorga, M., Navarro, J. C., Viana, M. T., Rosas, C., Molinet, C., … Farías, A. (2019). Early life stage bottlenecks of carnivorous molluscs under captivity : a challenge for their farming and contribution to seafood production. REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE, 11(3), 431–457. https://doi.org/10.1111/raq.12240
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Uriarte, Iker, Marcela Astorga, Juan Carlos Navarro, María Teresa Viana, Carlos Rosas, Carlos Molinet, Jorge Hernández, et al. 2019. “Early Life Stage Bottlenecks of Carnivorous Molluscs under Captivity : A Challenge for Their Farming and Contribution to Seafood Production.” REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE 11 (3): 431–57. https://doi.org/10.1111/raq.12240.
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Uriarte, Iker, Marcela Astorga, Juan Carlos Navarro, María Teresa Viana, Carlos Rosas, Carlos Molinet, Jorge Hernández, Jorge Navarro, Ignacio Moreno-Villoslada, Rodolfo Amthauer, Gudrun Kausel, Jaime Figueroa, Enrique Paredes, Kurt Paschke, Alex Romero, Francisco Hontoria, Inmaculada Varó, Luis Vargas-Chacoff, Jorge Toro, Alejandro Yáñez, Leyla Cárdenas, Ricardo Enriquez, Alberto Olivares, Manuel Rey, Marisol Izquierdo, Patrick Sorgeloos, Doris Soto, and Ana Farías. 2019. “Early Life Stage Bottlenecks of Carnivorous Molluscs under Captivity : A Challenge for Their Farming and Contribution to Seafood Production.” REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE 11 (3): 431–457. doi:10.1111/raq.12240.
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Uriarte I, Astorga M, Navarro JC, Viana MT, Rosas C, Molinet C, et al. Early life stage bottlenecks of carnivorous molluscs under captivity : a challenge for their farming and contribution to seafood production. REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE. 2019;11(3):431–57.
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I. Uriarte et al., “Early life stage bottlenecks of carnivorous molluscs under captivity : a challenge for their farming and contribution to seafood production,” REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 431–457, 2019.
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  author       = {Uriarte, Iker and Astorga, Marcela and Navarro, Juan Carlos and Viana, María Teresa and Rosas, Carlos and Molinet, Carlos and Hernández, Jorge and Navarro, Jorge and Moreno-Villoslada, Ignacio and Amthauer, Rodolfo and Kausel, Gudrun and Figueroa, Jaime and Paredes, Enrique and Paschke, Kurt and Romero, Alex and Hontoria, Francisco and Varó, Inmaculada and Vargas-Chacoff, Luis and Toro, Jorge and Yáñez, Alejandro and Cárdenas, Leyla and Enriquez, Ricardo and Olivares, Alberto and Rey, Manuel and Izquierdo, Marisol and Sorgeloos, Patrick and Soto, Doris and Farías, Ana},
  issn         = {1753-5123},
  journal      = {REVIEWS IN AQUACULTURE},
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Early life stage bottlenecks of carnivorous molluscs under captivity : a challenge for their farming and contribution to seafood production},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/raq.12240},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2019},
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