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Paper Title: Probiotics from Marine Microorganisms in Sustainable Aquaculture
Authors Name: Khudsia Hussain , D.Srinivasa Rao
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 7, July-2022
Abstract: Probiotics derived from marine microorganisms make available better health benefits when consumed. The term probiotic is currently used to name ingested microorganism associated with beneficial effects to humans and animals. Probiotics have diversified benefits as they act as nutrient sources, providing enzymes for better digestion thereby increasing the immune response against pathogenic bacteria. Aquaculture industry is often affected by disease outbreaks thereby causing loss of the live stock and limiting the economic benefit. Hence antimicrobials are often used for disease control. However there have been emerging trends to bring in alternative techniques for disease management in aquaculture practices. This has enabled the introduction of probiotics in aquaculture practices which has gained good momentum lowering antimicrobial usage. Bacteria Vibrio sp., Pseudomonas sp., and Bacillus sp., and many other Lactobacilli sp., are tried as probiotics in mollusk, crustacean, and finfish aquaculture. There has been limited success with experimenting terrestrial bacteria in aquaculture and hence probiotics from marine microorganisms stands a far sighted and better approach in applications. Streptomyces sp., and the newly discovered Salinispora sp., also have promising traits of a probiotic and hold good future in aquaculture.
Keywords: Key words: probiotics, aquaculture, enzymes, nutrient sources, marine, microorganisms
Cite Article: "Probiotics from Marine Microorganisms in Sustainable Aquaculture ", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (www.ijnrd.org), ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.7, Issue 7, page no.664-666, July-2022, Available :http://www.ijnrd.org/papers/IJNRD2207080.pdf
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Country: Hyderabad, Telangana, India
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