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|Title:||Effects of various microalgae on fatty acid composition and survival rate of the blue swimming crab Portunus pelagicus larvae|
Azra, Mohamad N.
|Keywords:||Portunus pelagicus;Fatty Acids;Isochrysis sp.;Chlorella sp.;Chaetoceros sp.;Nannochlropsis sp.|
|Abstract:||Present study is to examine effect of various microalgae on Fatty Acid (FA) of Portunus pelagicus larvae. Larvae were subjected to five different treatments; T1, T2, T3, T4 and T5. T1: rotifer and Artemia only; T2: rotifer, Artemia and Chaetoceros sp.; T3: rotifer, Artemia and Chlorella sp.; T4: rotifer, Artemia and Isochrysis sp. and T5: rotifer, Artemia and Nannochloropsis sp. Highest FA component in Zoea 3 was saturated FA group of T2 with concentration 26.06±26.23 mg/g. For monounsaturated FA group, highest FA component in Zoea 1 was T5 with concentration 9.88±0.34 mg/g. FA component in polyunsaturated FA group in Zoea 4, T4 with concentration 9.33±0.45 mg/g was highest. For survival rate, highest survival rate obtained from T4 with 10.21%±0.45. In this study, essential FA requirement in each stage of P. pelagicus larvae can be reveal. Species of microalgae suitable for larvae can be characterized and selected for hatchery purpose.|
|ISSN:||0975-1033 (Online); 0379-5136 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJMS Vol.45(11) [November 2016]|
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