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Global demand for seaweed is increasing alongside the interest for sustainable aquaculture, stimulating industry investment in the production of seaweeds, particularly through integrated multitrophic aquaculture systems. We report the first results of the nutritional value (proximate composition, fatty acids, and dietary minerals) and heavy metal p...
This study aimed to determine the nutritional composition, perceived quality and palatability of nine Australian seaweeds (wild-harvested species not yet exploited for human consumption; Laurencia filiformis, Codium galeatum, Cystophora polycystidea, Cystophora torulosa, Phyllotricha decipiens, Durvillaea potatorum, Hormosira banksii, Phyllospora c...
Algae are at the base of the aquatic food chain, producing the food resources that fish are adapted to consume. Previous studies have proven that the inclusion of small amounts (<10% of the diet) of algae in fish feed (aquafeed) resulted in positive effects in growth performance and feed utilisation efficiency. Marine algae have also been shown to...