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Nutritional disease in aquaculture
Mmahmoud Hafezieh , Masoume Hafezieh
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This review was conducted to investigate the significance, underlying causes and negative effects of nutritional diseases of fish on aquaculture production and health safety. Information were collected from different secondary sources and then arranged chronologically. Investigation reveals that, Aquaculture is the largest single animal food producing agricultural sector that is growing rapidly all over the world. Nutritional disease is one of most devastating threats to aquaculture production because it is very difficult to identify nutritional diseases. Production cost get increased due to investment lost, fish mortality, treatment cost and decreased yield quality and quantity. Public health hazards are also in dangerous situation due to frequent disease outbreak and treatment involving synthetic drugs. It is very essential to control nutritional diseases to increase fish supply through aquaculture production. This study will be helpful to provide basic knowledge on nutritional diseases management in aquaculture and to raise awareness among the farmers fisheries management.
Keywords: Nutritional diseases, Aquaculture, Management
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/07/6 | Accepted: 2021/07/1 | Published: 2021/07/1


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