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ULTRAFILTRATION, A SOLUTION FOR SHELLFISH AQUACULTURE

Abstract : Some hatcheries can produce exotic shellfish (like polyploid oysters) with the risk that gametes and larvae reach the environment, threatening the local biodiversity. Therefore, effluents from farms must be treated but conventional processes are efficiency limited due to the quality of the water (UV) or produce by-products (oxidation). The objective of this work was to develop a new process to remove oyster gametes from shellfish hatchery effluents. The retention by ultrafiltration membrane was determined and the oyster gamete viability was evaluated after treatment.
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Clémence Cordier, C Stavrakakis, B. Dupuy, M Papin, P Sauvade, et al.. ULTRAFILTRATION, A SOLUTION FOR SHELLFISH AQUACULTURE. Aqua 2018, Aug 2018, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-02116673⟩

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