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News Story: Recirculating Water Helps Aquaculture

Audio Podcast: ARS Aquaculture Research
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Background Story Links:

Agricultural Research magazine (October 2010 aquaculture theme issue)

Forum—Supporting U.S. Aquaculture

Recirculating Water Helps Aquaculture

A Better Way To Hatch Catfish Eggs

Finding Alternative Fish Feeds for Aquaculture

Keeping Aquaculture Fish Healthy

Eat Fish! Nutrition Studies Zero In on Health Benefits

Fish Leftovers: New Life Ahead for Today's Discards?

In-Demand Fish: Making Sure They're Always Safe To Eat

ARS National Research Program for Aquaculture


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{short description of image} Food engineer pours fish gelatin solution into a pan for drying. Food microbiologist places a frozen catfish fillet into a device for surface decontamination by pulse UV treatment. Scientists demonstrate a technique where channel catfish are immersed in water containing the modified live Streptococcusiniae vaccine. Researchers load lipid samples extracted from tissue for analysis of fatty acids. Fish nutritionist examines flax oil that will be infused into pellets for rainbow trout feed. Researchers study the effect of smoking temperature on survival of Listeria monocytogenes.

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