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September 22, 2015

Australia

Research—Carotenoids in Crustacean Diets

 

From Abstract: This review updates the recent progress in the understanding of dietary carotenoid utilization and storage, and the combined effects of diet, genetics and environment on crustacean pigmentation.  In addition, the range of other physiological benefits this class of molecules brings to these animals is summarized.  These include improvements in survival, growth, reproductive capacity, disease resistance and stress resistance.

 

Source: Reviews in Aquaculture.  A Review of Carotenoid Utilization and Function in Crustacean Aquaculture. Nicholas M. Wade (email nick.wade@csiro.au, Qld Biosciences Precinct, Building 80, Services Road, St Lucia, Queensland 4067, Australia), Jacques Gabaudan and Brett D. Glencross.  Early online view before inclusion in an issue.  Published online on September 16, 2015.

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