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Impacts of Probiotics on Shrimp Culture: A Review

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Aquaculture Management, Khejuri College, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India

Int. Res. J. Biological Sci., Volume 11, Issue (4), Pages 23-24, November,10 (2022)


Probiotics as “bio-pleasant marketers” including Lactobacillus and Bacillus may be introduced into the traditional environment to control and compete with pathogenic bacteria, similarly promoting the increase of noble organisms. Probiotics enhance water exceptional whilst decreasing pathogenic microorganisms. Probiotics display useful outcomes by improving the physiological and immunological responses of shrimp. The development of shrimp farming is associated with an increase in infectious illnesses and environmental degradation. In shrimp farming, three genera of microorganisms Bacillus, Vibrio, and Pseudomonas are typically given as probiotics. The combination of probiotics produces higher effects for the host than character probiotics. Probiotics have a high-quality impact by way of enhancing the physiological and immunological reaction of shrimp. Probiotics have become increasingly more essential and not unusual in all-natural shrimp farms.


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