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Title: 無菌設施養殖九孔之可行性評估-二氧化氯對九孔養殖之影響
Evalation aseptic facilities for Taiwan abalone culture
Authors: 冉繁華
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Aquaculture
國立臺灣海洋大學:水產養殖學系
Date: 2012-04
Issue Date: 2013-10-07T02:16:20Z
Publisher: 行政院農業委員會
Abstract: 摘要:本計畫預計藉由超中空水質過濾系統去除海水原水中之皰疹病毒,再利用二氧化氯於養殖環境中長期控制於低病原量之可行性,藉此抑制機會性病原導致九孔大量死亡情形,以評估其可行性。
一、確立ClO2於九孔養殖環境有效控制病原之濃度及方式。
二、確立ClO2於九孔養殖環境持續有效控制病原之時間及方式。
三、了解持續添加ClO2對九孔活存之影響。
四、了解持續添加ClO2對九孔成長之影響。
五、利用ClO2養殖九孔之可行性評估。
Abstract:This project is expected by the hollow water filtration system to remove the original sea water of herpes virus, then the feasibility of using chlorine dioxide in the farming environment and long-term control of low pathogenic amount to inhibit the opportunity to sexually transmitted diseases, the original lead abalonecircumstances of death, to assess its feasibility.
一、Establishing effective control of the pathogen concentrations of chlorine dioxide in abalone farming environment.
二、Establish chlorine dioxide in abalone farming environment can continue to effectively control pathogens of time.
三、To establish the effect of ClO2 for abalone survive rate.
四、To establish the effect of ClO2 for abalone growth rate.
五、Determination the feasibility of ClO2 apply to abalone culture.
Relation: 101農科-11.3.1-漁-F3(2)
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/34275
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