How can microbiome research benefit UK aquaculture?

How can microbiome research benefit UK aquaculture?

Dr Tamsyn Uren Webster will be giving a talk at the Aquaculture Research Collaborative Hub UK workshop taking place in Aberdeen (22-23 November 2018).

The microbiome is made up of populations of bacteria, archaea, fungi and viruses living in or on an animal. The microbiome affects health, growth and welfare of farmed animals. This workshop focuses on the microbiome components of finfish and shellfish (intestines, gill and skin) as well as components of the microbiota in the environment – water. Dr Uren Webster will beĀ focusing on the Impacts of stress on the fish microbiome. More info about the Workshop here

 

 

 

SMARTAQUA: aquaculture beyond food is supported by the Welsh Government and the European Regional Development Fund.

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