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This research, the possible role of two different algal species as live food inlarval rearing of black tiger shrimp (Pnaeusmonodon Fabricius) had been investigated under laboratory conditions. The experimental study on the growth andsurvival of larvae was conducted with two different stocking densities of 1000 piecesper tank and 2500 pieces per tank in concrete tanks of 100 liters culture media for 16days. During the larval rearing experiments feeds and feeding were conducted withtwo different types of algal species as live food, namely, Tetraselmischuii and Dunaliellasalina for early iarval stages of zoea and zooplankton (Artemianauplii) foriate larval stages of mysison wards.At the end of the experiment, the results of post larval stages 6 to 7 (PLu-t)were obtained at 63.2% survival rate in tank No. 1 fed with Tetra selmischuii and66 5% survival rate in tank No. 2 fed wrth Dunaliellasalina respectively in experiment I. For the experiment II, the survival rates were obtained as 55 3% in tank No. 3 fed with Tetraselmischuii and 60.0% in tank No. 4 fed with Dunaliellasalina respectively.
Algal, zoea, iarval stages, tank, Tetraselmischuii
Myint Myint Khaing , Khin Sein Myint "The Experiment I, 10-20 ×104 Cell Per Ml Feeding For Larval Rearing Index Of Black Tiger Shrimp (Penaeus Monodon)" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 3 Issue 1 2019 Page 299-303
Myint Myint Khaing , Khin Sein Myint "The Experiment I, 10-20 ×104 Cell Per Ml Feeding For Larval Rearing Index Of Black Tiger Shrimp (Penaeus Monodon)" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 3(1)