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The use of algal substitutes and the requirement for live algae in the hatchery and nursery rearing of bivalve molluscs: an international survey

, : The use of algal substitutes and the requirement for live algae in the hatchery and nursery rearing of bivalve molluscs: an international survey. Journal of Shellfish Research. December; 112: 467-476

The mass-production of micro-algae has been recognized as the main bottle-neck for the culture of bivalve seed, prompting a search for alternatives, such as dried heterotrophically-grown algae, preserved algal pastes, micro-encapsulated diets and yeasts. The extent to which these products have been tried, and rejected or retained by hatchery operators is poorly documented and actual algal requirements and production costs are difficult to estimate.

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