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Growth and nutrient uptake of the seaweed Ulva ohnoi integrated in a Solea senegalensis recirculating system: influence of lighting, stocking density and CO2

Author
Oca, J.; Klimatis, N.; Pintado, J.; Cremades, J.; Jimenez, P.; Masaló, I.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
Aquaculture Europe: Food for thought
Date of publication
2016
Presentation's date
2016-09-22
Book of congress proceedings
Book of abstracts. Aquaculture '16. 20-23 2016 Edimburgh
First page
714
Last page
715
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/104157 Open in new window
Abstract
The integrated production of fish and seaweeds can improve the sustainability of the marine aquaculture industry. Seaweeds remove the nutrients dissolved in fish-farm effluents and can become a good source of proteins, carbohydrates and bioactive compounds of commercial interest
Citation
Oca, J., Klimatis, N., Pintado, J., Cremades, J., Jimenez, P., Masaló, I. Growth and nutrient uptake of the seaweed Ulva ohnoi integrated in a Solea senegalensis recirculating system: influence of lighting, stocking density and CO2. A: Aquaculture Europe. "Book of abstracts. Aquaculture '16. 20-23 2016 Edimburgh". Edinburgh: 2016, p. 714-715.
Keywords
Solea Senegalensis, Ulva ohnoi
Group of research
SPAq - Aquaculture Production Systems

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