TUTTOFOOD

28/04/2015

Acqua&Co e Innovaqua parteciperanno a TUTTOFOOD, fiera del settore alimentare di importanza internazionale, con più di 18'000 visitatori internazionali e 2'000 buyer.

Vi aspettiamo numerosi al nostro stand (Pad.07, stand V28-V30). Saremo lieti di presentarvi i nostri prodotti e le numerose novità.

SEAFOOD EXPO / SEAFOOD PROCESSING EXPO BRUSSELS

13/04/2015

Come di consueto anche quest’anno parteciperemo a Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global che si terrà a Bruxelles dal 21 al 23 Aprile 2015.

 

Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global è la più grande fiera internazionale sul mondo del seafood e sul processing a livello internazionale con 1690 espositori provenienti da 75 differenti nazionalità.

 

Nessun altro evento al mondo offre ai professionisti del settore ittico e dei frutti di mare di avere un luogo cove poter incontrare direttamente buyers qualificati e fornitori di processing provenienti da tutto il mondo.

 

Ti invitiamo pertanto a visitare il nostro stand per conoscerci direttamente presso il padiglione Seafood Processing Global Stand Patio P 4629

 

GASTEROPODI E BIVALVI MARINI DEI MERCATI EUROPEI

04/03/2015

Acqua&Co è felice di aver collaborato alla pubblicazione scientifica "GASTEROPODI E BIVALVI MARINI DEI MERCATI EUROPEI" di Edoardo Turolla.

MEAF_Middle East Aquaculture Forum

22/01/2015

Acqua&Co sarà presente al Middle East Aquaculture Forum che si terrà al Dubai World trade Center (Dubai) dal 5 al 6 aprile 2014.

Venite a visitarci al nostro stand C05-C07-C08 , dove saremo lieti di accogliervi.

In questa sede presenteremo le nostre ultimissime novità.

Vi aspettiamo!!!!

AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2014

12/09/2014

Acqua&Co sarà presente all' AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2014 che si terrà a San Sebastian (Spagna) dal 14 al 17 ottobre 2014.

Venite a visitarci al nostro stand n. 15 , dove saremo lieti di accogliervi.

In questa sede presenteremo le nostre ultimissime novità.

Vi aspettiamo!!!!

Nuovo Video nel profilo Acqua&Co di Youtube

05/05/2014

Riprese video effettuate con telecamera subacquea, in vasca di tilapia

Future Fish Eurasia 2014 Izmir

01/04/2014

Acqua&Co will attend the Future Fish Eurasia to be held in Izmir (Turkey) the 5-7/June/2014.

This is the 7th International fair for fish imports/exports, processing, aquaculture and fisheries

 

Visit us at Acqua&Co booth n.527 !!  We are waiting for you with new products and solutions !!!!!!

Closed recirculating aquaculture system for artificial seed production of the European eel

26/03/2014

A closed recirculating aquaculture system for artificial seedproduction of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla): Technology development for spontaneous spawning and eggs incubation

 

Oliviero Mordenti, Antonio Casalini, Michaela Mandelli, Andrea Di Biase

 

Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences, University of Bologna, Viale Vespucci 2, 47042 Cesenatico (FC), Italy

 

ABSTRACT

The objective of the present study was to obtain spontaneous reproduction in captivity of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) by using a new closed recirculating aquaculture system provided with spawning and incubation chambers. The influence of two levels of water-flow rates (Low-Flow: 0.8 ± 0.05 L/s and High-Flow: 2.4 ± 0.05 L/s) on the spawning, fecundity and egg quality was also investigated. For this pur-pose 12 silver eel females were induced with increasing doses of carp pituitary extract (10, 20, 30 and 40 mg CPE/kg BW). Twenty-four hours after the last CPE injection, each female ovulation was induced by injecting a DHP-solution and then transferring them to a new closed recirculating aquaculture system,where they were maintained for 16 h with spermiating males (sex ratio 4/1) in order to obtain spontaneous reproduction. The reproduction was tested with 6 females in Low-Flow rate conditions and 6 females in High-Flow rate conditions.The results showed that the designed closed-loop system made it possible to carry out a more spontaneous reproduction for more than 80% of the females that underwent standardized gonadotropic treatment and favored the automatic and complete transfer of the eggs to the hatchery. The results also point out that high or low water current conditions in the tank do not hinder the mating and the emission of gametes by the breeders, but the High-Flow rate in the two incubation chambers showed unsuitable hydrodynamic conditions for embryonic development resulting in a constant loss of viable eggs which reached a mortality of 100% among females with the highest incubation density.