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Upscaling "Dinner" Could Improve Aquaculture Success

News   Jan 18, 2021 | Original story from RIKEN

 
Upscaling "Dinner" Could Improve Aquaculture Success

RIKEN team succeeded in creating a larger mutant of rotifer by using heavy ion breeding technique. The new strains of this zooplankton contributes to improving the survival rate and the growth of juvenile fish in aquaculture. Credit: RIKEN.

 
 
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