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Salmon Aquaculture

Edited by Qian Lu

Nanchang University

This book discusses the technologies and models of salmon aquaculture. It examines the use of probiotics, the application of recirculation systems, and the addition of high-strength materials in salmon aquaculture. It also discusses the problems hindering the development of salmon aquaculture and proposes potential solutions.

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Salmon AquacultureEdited by Qian Lu

Published: January 7th 2022

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.95211

ISBN: 978-1-83969-618-3

Print ISBN: 978-1-83969-617-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83969-619-0

Copyright year: 2022

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1. New Development: High-Strength Stainless Steel as a Sustainable Material for Aquaculture

By Paul Gümpel, Urs Dornbierer, Arnulf Hörtnagl and Torsten Bogatzky


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2. Integrated Culture of Oncorhynchus mykiss (Rainbow Trout) in Pre-Cordilleran Sector under a Recirculation System in Northern Chile

By Renzo Pepe-Victoriano, Héctor Aravena-Ambrosetti and Piera Pepe-Vargas


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3. Developments in Probiotic Use in the Aquaculture of Salmo Spp.

By Alexander Dindial


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4. Perspectives on Salmon Aquaculture: Current Status, Challenges and Genetic Improvement for Future Growth

By James E. Barasa, Purity Nasimiyu Mukhongo and Cynthia Chepkemoi Ngetich


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5. Investigation of Trace Metal Bioaccumulation in Wastewater-Fed Fish: A Case Study

By Aslihan Katip


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6. Sexual Maturation in Farmed Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar): A Review

By Patricia Rivera, José Gallardo, Cristian Araneda and Anti Vasemägi


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