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BSc at Engenharia Agronômica from Universidade de São Paulo (1973), MSc at Ecology from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (1988) and PhD at Ecology from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (1994). Now he is Scientific Researcher Level 6 at Fisheries Institute, Secretariat of Agriculture and Food Supply, Sao Paulo State. He has experience ion Aquaculture, mainly on culture of marine bivalves and freshwater prawns. He also acts with integration of culture systems and water quality for aquaculture and mariculture. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Scallops are bivalve pectinids of great commercial value. In Brazil, Nodipecten nodosus is the largest known species, and the State of Santa Catarina is the largest producer in Brazil. The production of juveniles in laboratory is well established; nevertheless, it is necessary to study better the stocking densities and forms of culture management, in order to maximize growth and to redu...
Rising demand for juvenile mussels (seed) to start the process of cultivation has increased its value, making no prior practices followed by farmers, such as control of seeding densities, start to gain importance. The aim of this study is to, determine the influence of three seeding densities on some growth indicators of mussels cultured in the rope system at Cocanha Beach, Caraguatatub...
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