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graduation at Bacharelado em Oceanografia from Universidade de São Paulo (2009) and master's at Biological Oceanografy from Universidade de São Paulo (2013). Has experience in Fishery Resources and Fisheries Engineering, acting on the following subjects: isocrysis galbana, brachionus plicatilis, flowcam and tetraselmis gracilis. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Microalgae are determinants in the larval stage of many marine organisms, being applied in the direct and indirect feeding of larval stages. This activity represents the largest volume sector in a larvicultures and around 30% of the operation costs. To meet this demand, Brazilian marine aquaculture enterprises can: (i) Carry out on-site production, requiring large investment and infrast...
The nutritional content of live food offered to marine larvae is fundamental to their development and survival. Currently, rotifers and brine shrimp are the most commonly live foods employed in marine aquaculture. However, their nutritional profile is not ideal, often requiring their pre-enrichment and their size may make them difficult to be captured by the larvae, resulting in ineffic...
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SILVA, Naira Juliana da. Influência de dinoflagelados potencialmente nocivos sobre o zooplâncton de uma região costeira subtropical: uma abordagem experimental. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto Oceanográfico. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (10/04678-3)