Cultivating Moina macrocopa Straus in different media using carotenogenic yeast Rhodotorula

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Abstract

The possibility of using carotenogenic yeast from the genus Rhodotorula as food substrate was studied during the cultivation of Moina macrocopa. The results showed that replacing traditional food substrates during the cultivation of the live fish food M. macrocopa resulted in improved characteristics that were superior to the alternative. Using carotenogenic yeast Rhodotorula glutinis (Fres.) Harrison to stimulate carotenoid accumulation in live feed is better than R. rubra (Demme) Lodder. The optimal duration of enriching M. macrocopa with carotenoids was four days when using various types of yeast capable of carotenogenesis. Replacing the standard medium for culturing M. macrocopa with the alternative medium was less expensive. Breeding live feed on recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) post-production water was proven to be effective.

Abstract

The possibility of using carotenogenic yeast from the genus Rhodotorula as food substrate was studied during the cultivation of Moina macrocopa. The results showed that replacing traditional food substrates during the cultivation of the live fish food M. macrocopa resulted in improved characteristics that were superior to the alternative. Using carotenogenic yeast Rhodotorula glutinis (Fres.) Harrison to stimulate carotenoid accumulation in live feed is better than R. rubra (Demme) Lodder. The optimal duration of enriching M. macrocopa with carotenoids was four days when using various types of yeast capable of carotenogenesis. Replacing the standard medium for culturing M. macrocopa with the alternative medium was less expensive. Breeding live feed on recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) post-production water was proven to be effective.

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Buzzini P., Martini A. 1999 - Production of carotenoids by strains of Rhodotorula glutinis cultured in raw materials of agro-industrial origin - Bioresour. Technol. 71: 41-44.

Chakri K., Berrak H., Samraoui B. 2014 - Effect of food concentration on the development, growth, reproduction and total life span of Simocephalus expinosus Koch (Cladocera: Daphniidae) - Annal. Biol. Res. 5: 55-58.

Czeczuga B. 1988 - Carotenoids in fish. Cyprinidae: Aspius aspius (L.) - Acta Ichthyol. Piscat. 18: 97-102.

Czeczuga B. 1994 - Carotenoids in fish. 51. Cyprinidae - Phytophagus: Rutilus rutilus, Rutilus rutilus heckeli, Scardinus erythrophtalmus, Chondrostoma nasus and Rhodeus sericeus amarus - Acta Ichthyol. Piscat. 24: 43-51.

Czeczuga B., Dabrowski K., Rosch R., Champigneulle A. 1991 - Carorenoids in fish. 48 Carotenoids in Coregonus lavaretus L. individuals of various populations - Acta Ichthyol. Piscat. 21: 3-16.

Das P., Mandal S.C., Bhagabati S.K., AkhtarM.S., SinghS.K. 2012 - Important live food organisms and their role in aquaculture - In: Frontiers in Aquaculture (Ed.) M. Sukham, Narendra Publishing House: 69-86.

Faruque M.M., Kawser A. Md., Quddus M.M.A. 2010 -Use of live food and artificial diet supply for the growth and survival of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) larvae - World J. Zool. 5: 82-89.

GOST R 2011 - Functional Food. Method for determination of carotinoids. GOST R 54058-2010 - Standartinform - Moscow, Russia, 8 p. (in Russian).

Green J. 1957 - Carotenoids in Daphnia - Proc. R. Soc. B-Biol. Sci. 147: 392-401.

Guedes A.K., Amaro H.M., Malcata F.X. 2011 - Microalgae as sources of carotenoids - Mar. Drugs. 9: 625-644.

Gupta S.K., Jha A.K., Pal A.K., Venkateshwarlu G. 2007 - Use of natural carotenoids for pigmentation in fishes - Natural Product Radiance 6: 46-49.

Herring P.J. 1968 - The carotenoid pigments of Daphnia magna Straus - I. The pigments of animals fed Chlorella pyrenoidosa and pure carotenoids - Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 24: 187-203.

Khatun B., Rahman R., Rahman M.S. 2014 - Evaluation of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and algae Chlorella vulgaris as diet for rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus - The Agriculturists 12: 1-9.

Kiritsa E. 2005 - Directed synthesis of carotenoids in yeast, and the prospect of their using - Ph.D. thesis, Institute of Microbiology, NAN Moldova, Chisinau, Moldova, 129 p. (in Russian).

Kluttgen B., Dulmer U., Engels M., Ratte H.T. 1994 - ADaM, an artificial freshwater for the culture of zooplankton - Water Res. 28: 743-746.

Nechypurenko O., Avdeeva L., Kharkhota M. 2013 - Carotine synthesizing abilities and probiotic properties of bacteria of Bacillus genus - Naukovi zapisky 142: 25-35 (in Ukrainian).

Pandolfini E., Thys I., Leporcq B., Descy J.-P. 2000 - Grazing experiments with two freshwater zooplankters: fate of chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments - J. Plankton Res. 22: 305-319.

Romanenko V.D., Krot Yu. G., Syrenko L.A., Solomatina V.D. 1999 - The biotechnology of hydrobionts cultivation - Cultivating Moina macrocopa Straus in different media using carotenogenic yeast Rhodotorula 41 Institute of Hydrobiology of NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine, 264 p. (in Ukrainian).

Shmarakov I.O., Yuen J.J., Blaner W.S. 2013 - Carotenoid metabolism and enzymology - In: Carotenoids and Human Health (Ed.) S.A. Tanumihardjo, Springer Science and Business Media, Humana Press: 28-56.

Wozniak M. 1996 - The role of carotenoids in fish - Acta Acad. Agricult. Tech. Olst. 22: 65-74 (in Polish).

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