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III. CULTIVO DE ROTIFFROS
Temario completo del trabajo:
LA PRODUCCION DE ALIMENTO VIVO Y SU IMPORTANCIA EN ACUACULTURA
Techniques of mass culture of a rotifer (Brachionus plicatilis Muller) and a branchiopod crustacean (Artemia salina L.)
Continuous culture of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis fed recycled algal diets
Abstract A culture system for the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis was designed to maintain higher food conversion rates and stable population densities. Two 2001 plastic tanks were employed in the culture experiments, tank A for lsquofeedbackrsquo culture and tank B for a control culture. The experiments were carried out for 70 days at 24 °C, light intensity, 1500 lux, and a photoperiod of L : D 15:9. B. plicatilis were fed once a day on baker's yeast and Chlorella.
Food conversion rates in tanks A and B were 24.7% and 10.1%, respectively. Population density of B. plicatilis in tank A was consistently stable at 100–150 ind. ml–1 throughout the culture period. Density in tank B, however, showed large fluctuations after 40 or 50 days and by the end of the experiment, declined to zero.
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