Effect of probiotic bacteria on survival and growth of Cortez oyster larvae, Crassostrea corteziensis (Bivalvia: Ostreidae)

Angel Isidro Campa-Córdova, Antonio Luna-González, José Manuel Mazón-Suastegui, Gabriel Aguirre-Guzmán, Felipe Ascencio, Héctor Abelardo González-Ocampo

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Disease control problems have major constraints in aquaculture production, and the use of probiotics in larviculture is a valid alternative to antibiotics. This study analyzed the effect of probiotic bacteria on survival and final size of Cortez oyster larvae Crassostrea corteziensis. Two different probiotic concentrations were evaluated, 1×104 and 1×105CFU/ml of Lactic acid bacteria (strain NS61) isolated from Nodipecten subnodosus, and bacilli isolated from the white leg shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei (Pseudomonas aeruginosa, strain YC58) and C. corteziensis (Burkholderia cepacia, strain Y021). Bacteria were added directly into culture tanks, starting the bioassays from veliger to pediveliger stages as follows: (1) Control, without probiotics; (2) lactic acid bacteria (Lb); (3) bacilli mix (Mb) in a proportion 1:1. Results showed a higher larval survival with Lb and Mb at a dose of 1×104CFU/ml compared to the control group. Larvae exposed to Mb at 1×105CFU/ml showed higher survival than Lb and control. Larval final size was not significantly increased with the tested probiotics, but larvae treated with Lb at 1×105CFU/ml showed less survival rate than those treated at 1×104CFU/ml. This study showed the beneficial effect of these probiotics, added individually or mixed in C. corteziensis larvae culture.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)183-191
Number of pages163
JournalRevista de Biologia Tropical
StatePublished - 1 Mar 2011
Externally publishedYes

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