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Oxygen Dissolved Nanobubble Technology Improved the Quality of Pacic White Shrimp Cultivation

Gunanti Mahasri, Ade Irmalia Harifa and Sudarno

Department of Fish Health Management, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya 60115, Indonesia

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal May 2019 : 96 (5) - pages 37 to 39
(Received: October, 2018, Accepted: December, 2018)


This study aims to determine the effect of nanobubble on dissolved oxygen to reduce Presumptive Vibrio Count (PVC) in Pacic White Shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) aquaculture system. The results of the analysis showed that the use of nanobubble had a signi cant effect (p<0,05) in dissolved oxygen and reduce PVC while it had no signicant difference in PVC on aquaculture media. The use of nanobubble technology provided optimal dissolved oxygen for Pacic White Shrimp aquaculture and lower PVC value of Vibrio sp. in the hepatopancreas compared to aerators treatment.

Key Words: Nanobubble, Dissolved Oxygen, Quality, Paci c White Shrimp

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