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Date: 2015
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5382
Description: Physiological stress in farmed abalone can lead to immunosuppression and increase the susceptibility to bacterial, viral and parasitic disease, often followed by mortality. Thus, handling and poor wat ... More
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Date: 2014
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5371
Description: The profitability of abalone farms is heavily influenced by their production per unit of grow-out space. With farms having physically expanded to the maximum, and with increasing production costs, one ... More
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Date: 2008
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5334
Description: Abalone Haliotis midae farming in South Africa is highly intensive, employing pump-ashore, flow-through systems. Despite the known sensitivity of abalone to water quality, there is only a rudimentary ... More
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Date: 2007
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5744
Description: The two most frequently exploited species along the south east coast of South Africa are the gastropods, Haliotis midae (abalone) and Turbo sarmaticus (alikreukel). H. midae is a high valued commercia ... More
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Date: 1993
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5220
Description: The South African abalone Haliotis midae Linnaeus, 1758, is an important commercial, recreational and aquaculture mollusc species. It is the largest of the six haliotid species found in South African ... More
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Date: 1992
Language: English
Type: Thesis
Identifier: vital:5276
Description: Inadequate information of the nutritive physiology and the dietary requirements of abalone are the principle factors that currently limit the development of a formulated feed for the commercial cultur ... More
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