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Penaeus

genus of farmed crustaceans in suborder Penaeidae; includes P. chinensis (fleshy or white prawn), P. monodon (giant tiger prawn), P. vannamei (whiteleg shrimp), P. merguiensis (banana prawn). See Table 23.
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who is recognized as a prime mover of Penaeus vannamei farming in the Philippines Emilia Quinitio who was responsible for the eventual commercialization of crab hatchery and nursery technology Wilfredo Yap who conceptualized the Mariculture Park System for sustainable aquaculture in the sea and Catalino dela Cruz, a pioneering expert on aquaculture engineering and integrated agri-aqua farming.
The present study was conducted to determine the concentrations of heavy metals Zn, Fe, Cu, Mg and Mn in muscle tissue of the two weight classes of green tiger shrimp, Penaeus semisulcatus including the shrimps with a mean weight of 11.
072 ton el 2014 de las cuales el 53% corresponde al cultivo del camaron blanco Penaeus vannamei (FAO, 2016).
Based on species, Penaeus Vannamei (or White-leg shrimp) represented the species with the highest production in the global market, followed by Penaeus Monodon (or Black Tiger Shrimp) and Macrobrachium Rosenbergii.
Crecimiento y mortalidad de las fases estuarinas del camaron rosado Penaeus (Farfantepenaeus) duorarum Burkenroad, 1939 en la Laguna de Terminos, Campeche.
Enzyme activity and mRNA expression of proteinases were assayed in Penaeus vannamei during larval development, which consists of 5 nauplius stages, 3 protozoeal stages, 3 mysis stages, and 12 postlarval stages.
Tenders are invited for augmentation of brackishwater aquaculture in purba medinipur monoculture of black tiger shrimp penaeus monodon district namely at the site of block office and or meen bhawan, contai
India has emerged as the largest exporter of shrimp to USA following the disease (Early Mortality Syndrome) hit on Thailand's shrimp production; Indian cultivation has over the past five years moved largely from low-volume high-value Penaeus monodon (black tiger) to high-volume Penaeus vannamei.
It was also observed that starvation induced by moulting also results in a lower number of B cells in the hepatopancreas of Penaeus semisulcatus [1, 34].