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Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. This work was carried out to identify the replacement of the nauplii Artemia. Larvas de L. Three stocking densities were used: 20, 40 and 60 larvae L-1 D20, D40 and D60, respectively.
The growth, survival, mortality, cannibalism, production and nonionized ammonia levels were evaluated. The nonionized ammonia levels were higher at D40 and D At 10 days of feeding, the. Full Text Available Objetivo.
Determinar el efecto de dietas con diferentes proporciones de fuentes proteicas animales y vegetales suplementadas con plancton sobre el crecimiento y sobrevivencia en larvas de Rhamdia quelen. Full Text Available Because of the poor development of digestive system and swimming capability of young fish, larviculture of altricial neotropical fish presents for the management of the initial feeding.
The feeding of the larvae must consider the size, density and quality of the prey offered. This document reviews the incidence of zooplankton in fish larvicultura , approaches the importance of larviculture in fish rearing, the importance of zooplankton as prey, and alternatives in the handling of cladocerans, copepods and rotifers for the feeding of larvae of neotropical fishes. The aim of this work was to evaluate the replacement of Artemia salina nauplii by inert food during larviculture of tambacu.
On the first phase with duration of 12 days, the larvae were fed with one of the following foods: Artemia salina nauplii, cyclop-eeze or Artemia salina egg. On the second phase, with 10 days of duration, larvae fed with Artemia salina nauplii were utilized in the first experiment and the same food treatments were tested.
Water quality was adequate forlarvae rearing in both phases. The larvae from the first phase that fed with Artemia salina nauplii presented better growth, survival rate and yield. On the second phase, the growth, survival and yield of larvae fed with Artemia salina nauplii and eggs were.
Water quality was adequate for larvae rearing in both phases. On the second phase, the growth, survival and yield of larvae fed with Artemia salina nauplii and eggs. Sixteen vessels with 5 L each supplied with constant aeration were kept in a thermostatic bath.
Each treatment had four replications. In order to keep the internal environment dark, all the experimental units were covered with a black plastic and it was uncovered only during the daily management.
The same results were also registered for the survival, mortality and cannibalism rates. Higher stocking density resulted in higher production of trairao larvae rearing, allowing intensive rearing of this species in this phase.
Pereira S. The delineation entire was aleatory with four treatments and five repetitions. Being the diet feeds represented for T1: Nauplios de Artemia sp. Quanto maior a quantidade de presas, maior o crescimento das larvas. Glycosidases in Brachionus plicatilis Rotifera. Tests for glycosidases were performed in homogenates of Brachionus plicatilis. The pH dependence of the glycosidase activities was determined. The distribution of enzyme activities within fractions from the homogenate was studied in order to localize them within the cell.
Proteins from Brachionus homogenate were separated by SDS-gel electrophoresis and the positions of the following glycosidase activities were detected by assays performed on the gels estimated molecular weights in parentheses : alpha-glucosidase , ; beta-glucosidase , ; beta-galactosidase 70, ; N-acetyl-beta-glucosaminidase 60, Purification and characterization of an endoglucanase from the marine rotifer, Brachionus plicatilis.
The marine rotifer, Brachionus plicatilis , is able to digest Chlorella efficiently, suggesting that the rotifer contains a powerful cellulolytic enzyme system. A multi-component cellulolytic complex, including endoglucanase CM-cellulase , cellobiohydrolase and beta-glucosidase, was found in Brachionus plicatilis.
Endoglucanase endo-beta-1,4 glucanase was purified to homogeneity from rotifer homogenates using a sequential chromatographic method. The purified enzyme exhibits a strong hydrolytic activity with carboxymethyl CM -cellulose. The optimum temperature and pH for the endoglucanase activity were 37 degrees C and 7. The purified protein was isolated with a molecular weight of approximately 62 kDa estimated by SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
In a laboratory experiment, Moina mongolica and Brachionus plicatilis were polycultured at four relatively inoculating densities, i. Interspecific interference did exist between M. In the polycultured microcosms, depressed population density of M. In opposite, M. Further experiment showed that the mortality of M.
The relatively strong capacity of B. Pirapitinga larva was the prey item that offered the best results for weight and total length gain p Time of feed transition and inclusion levels of exogenous protease in rations for piabanha-do-Pardo Brycon sp. Biomass, survival, total length, weight and specific growth rate were measured at the end of the experiments.
Water quality parameters were measured every three days. The different transition periods and levels of exogenous protease did not affect water quality. The animals subjected to feed transition on the seventh day of life showed better results for length Therefore, the transition can be made on the fifth day of life.
The inclusion levels of exogenous protease in the commercial diet had no effect on performance. Efecto de tres tipos de presas vivas en la larvicultura de bagre blanco Sorubim cuspicaudus. Evaluar el efecto de diferentes presas vivas en la larvicultura de bagre blanco Sorubim cuspicaudus. Las larvas alimentadas con mesocosmos presentaron la mayor sobrevivencia Ingestion of Brachionus plicatilis under different microalgae conditions.
The effects of four microalgae, Chlorella vulgaris, Platymonas helgolandicavar, Isochrysis galbana, and Nitzschia closterium on the grazing and filtering rates of the marine rotifer, Brachionus plicatilis , were evaluated under laboratory conditions. The grazing rates in separate cultures of the four microalga were as follows: C. However, the filtering rates occurred in the following order: P.
A mixed diets experiment revealed that P. In addition, the grazing rate of B. Furthermore, the filtering rate increased slightly when the density of the microalgae was low, after which it declined as the microalgal density increased.
The grazing rates of B. The results of this study provide foundational information that can be used to explore the optimal culture conditions for rotifers and to promote the development of aquaculture. Effect of enriched Brachionus plicatilis and Artemia salina nauplii by The growth, developmental stages and survival rates of Sparus aurata larvae fed with Brachionus plicatilis and Artemia salina nauplii enriched by microalga Tetraselmis chuii were studied.
Two experiments were carried out; the first concerning with culturing the microalga T. Rotifer neuropharmacology--III. Adrenergic drug effects on Brachionus plicatilis.
Norepinephrine NE induces three pharmacological effects in Brachionus plicatilis. As a result of excitation the rate of ciliary motion and swimming increases, and the animals flip their foot constantly at a rapid rate. This rapid foot flipping was used as a specific model to measure adrenergic effects in B.
Phenylephrine induces the same effect at identical efficacy, while isoproterenol and salbutamol, two beta-agonists, show one-half and one-tenth NE efficacy. The beta blocker propranolol and the alpha blocker tolazoline both antagonize foot flipping induced by NE. However, propranolol shows antagonism because it causes foot paralysis by itself. Timolol, another beta blocker but without the membrane effect of propranolol, does not antagonize the alpha receptor mediated NE effect, nor does it cause foot paralysis.
Propranolol, timolol and tolazoline also show agonist activity, inducing foot flipping. NE does not antagonize the foot paralysis induced by propranolol, only its anesthetic effect by delaying its onset. These results indicate that the foot flipping induced by NE is a receptor-mediated alpha adrenergic effect, while the foot paralysis is caused by membrane phenomena. In this paper, life-table method was used to study the effects of different concentration Alexandrium tamarense on the durations of different development stages of Brachionus plicatilis and the characters of its population growth.
The results showed that A. The net reproduction rate and intrinsic increasing rate of B. Rotifers are an important live feed for first feeding larvae of many fish species. The use of concentrated algae cells in the mass culture of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis Brachionidae has opened new horizons for research on this organism.
Four different microalgae pastes were prepared: 1 centrifuged and preserved with vitamin C CV , 2 centrifuged and preserved without vitamin C C , 3 flocculated and with vitamin C FV and 4 flocculated without vitamin C F. All treatments showed similar contents of proteins and total lipids with respect to control culture a fresh culture of R.
The fatty acid profile varied with respect to the control culture, mainly in the proportion of the essential polyunsaturated fatty acids PUFAs : eicosapentaenoic acid EPA and docosahexaenoic acid DHA. No significant effect of vitamin C was. Experimental study on the interspecific interactions between the two bloom-forming algal species and the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis.
The interspecific interactions between the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis and two harmful algal blooms HAB species were investigated experimentally by single culture method. The results demonstrated that the B. With exposure to 2. Cell densities of P. In contrast, Heterosigma akashiwo had an adverse effect on B. In this case, B.
Acute toxicity testing method was used to study effects of different density of Prorocentrum donghaiense, Heterosigma akashiwo and Alexandrium tamarense on mortality rates and population growth parameter of Brachionus plicatilis under controlled experimental conditions.
Results showed that 24 h LC50 values of Prorocentrum donghaiense, Heterosigma akashiwo and Alexandrium tamarense treatment to mortality rate of Brachionus plicatilis were 3.
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Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. This work was carried out to identify the replacement of the nauplii Artemia. Larvas de L. Three stocking densities were used: 20, 40 and 60 larvae L-1 D20, D40 and D60, respectively. The growth, survival, mortality, cannibalism, production and nonionized ammonia levels were evaluated. The nonionized ammonia levels were higher at D40 and D