By Erica Vidal
Advances in Cephalopod technological know-how: Biology, Ecology, Cultivation and Fisheries-volume sixty seven within the Advances in Marine Biology series-addresses significant issues of growing to be study curiosity within the box of cephalopod examine. The ebook consists of 4 chapters incorporating the most recent advances in biology, ecology, existence cycles, cultivation, and fisheries of cephalopods. every one bankruptcy is written by way of a workforce of across the world famous gurus to mirror contemporary findings and realizing. The e-book represents a step forward contribution to the sphere of cephalopod technological know-how.
Advances in Marine Biology used to be first released in 1963 lower than the founding editorship of Sir Frederick S. Russell, FRS. Now edited by means of Michael P. Lesser, with an across the world well known editorial board, the serial publishes in-depth and updated studies on a variety of subject matters that attract postgraduates and researchers in marine biology, fisheries technology, ecology, zoology, and organic oceanography. Eclectic volumes within the sequence are supplemented via thematic volumes on such themes because the biology of calanoid copepods.
- Covers cephalopod culture
- Covers environmental results on cephalopod inhabitants dynamics
- Covers biology, ecology and biodiversity of deep-sea cephalopods
- Covers lifestyles level transitions in profitable cephalopod lifestyles strategies
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4 Dissolved oxygen Oxygen is the most important of all the dissolved gases for water quality because it is essential for respiration, oxidizing the nutrients that release the energy necessary for locomotion, reproduction, feeding and other vital activities (Cerezo Valverde and Garcı´a Garcı´a, 2005). Oxygen consumption can be affected by metabolism, ambient temperature and body weight. , 1988) and decreased oxygen solubility (Weiss, 1970). , 1983). Parra et al. (2000) evaluated the respiration rates of O.
Absolute growth rate (AGR, g dÀ1) and daily growth coefficient (DGC, % dÀ1) of octopus with different types of feeds. For groups’ description, see text. WW, wet weight. 2 Octopus maya. Daily growth coefficients (mean Æ SD) for octopus in response to different types of experimental feed. 1. , 2008). This diet was tested in a semicommercial production system created to produce O. maya of 100–120 g. 3). , 2013), suggesting that the nutritional content of the diet can modulate the physiology of brooding females to produce eggs with certain biological characteristics.
This emphasizes the importance of carefully monitoring captive bioload to tank volume ratio as cephalopods grow in captivity. Increase in and breakdown of nitrogenous compounds can also decrease pH, causing additional animal stress and health concerns (Moe, 1993). Removing harmful nitrogenous wastes from the sea water is critical in maintaining cephalopod culture. This is the main function of biological filtering, but if levels still rise above the recommended minima, replacement of the sea water is the only option.
Advances in Cephalopod Science : biology, ecology, cultivation and fisheries by Erica Vidal