Study of the bacteriostatic activity of an Artemia enrichment compound based on plant extracts from Angelica sp.
The bacteriostatic ability of a commercial product was assessed against Vibrio alginolyticus and V anguillarum at concentations 1,3,4,6.5 and 15ppm. The best concentration for short term (48hrs) arrestment of the nonpathogenic bacteria was found l-3ppm whereas for longer effect (72hrs) the best concentration for both species was 6,5ppm. Higher concentrations did not show any advantages.
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ATHANASSOPOULOU (Φ. ΑΘΑΝΑΣΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ) F., KOTOU, E., WATSOS (Ε. ΒΑΤΣΟΣ) E., & GIAGNISI (Μ. ΓΙΑΓΝΙΣΗ) M. (2018). Study of the bacteriostatic activity of an Artemia enrichment compound based on plant extracts from Angelica sp. Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society, 51(4), 293–296. https://doi.org/10.12681/jhvms.15688
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