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    Abstract - Issue Jul 2022, 43 (4)                                     Back

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Algal-bacterial intervention as a management tool for next-generation aquaculture sustainability


S.R. Yadav1, B.R. Chavan2*, N.K. Chadha1, S.D. Naik2, K.K. Krishnani1 and P.B. Sawant1

1ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai-400 061, India

2Department of Aquaculture, College of Fisheries, Ratnagiri-415 629, India

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Received: 28.05.2021                                                                       Revised: 29.08.2021                                                                                    Accepted: 23.12.2021




            During the last few decades, aquaculture as a useful animal protein providing sector intensifies to meet the growing world population demands. Although fish culture technological advancement has resulted in increased production, intensive technology has negatively affected the environment—consequently, aquaculture research efforts have been diverted towards developing sustainable culture technology. Introducing algae and bacteria singly or in combination in aquaculture was advantageous both by ex-vivo and in-vivo culture techniques.

          Utilization of microbial consortium in aquaculture can help to construct three pillars (social, economical, and ecological) of sustainability by improving water quality, reducing dependency on a wild fish stock as a feed ingredient, improving the health status of animals, and increasing economic returns along with protection of the environment. Numerous fruitful research outcomes on using algal-bacterial systems are available for its application in aquaculture. In this context, the present article highlights an updated review of current research trends on various aspects such as application of algal-bacterial consortia for aquaculture, available technologies based on their interaction, and recommendations for further improvement. This review will also provide some critical clues for the standardization of novel fish culture techniques based on microbial interaction.

Key words: Algal-bacterial association, Feed source, Immunity, Sustainable aquaculture, Water quality




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