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Record number 426584
Title The CORALZOO project: a synopsis of four years of public aquarium science
Author(s) Osinga, R.; Schutter, M.; Wijgerde, T.H.M.; Rinkevich, B.; Shafir, S.; Shpigel, M.; Luna, G.M.; Danovaro, R.; Bongiorni, L.; Deutsch, A.; Kuecken, M.; Hiddinga, B.; Janse, M.; Mcleod, A.; Gili, C.; Lavorano, S.; Henard, S.; Barthelemy, D.; Westhoff, G.; Baylina, N.; Santos, E.; Weissenbacher, A.; Kuba, M.; Jones, R.; Leewis, R.; Petersen, D.; Laterveer, M.
Source Journal of the Marine Biological Association of The United Kingdom 92 (2012)4. - ISSN 0025-3154 - p. 753 - 768.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0025315411001779
Department(s) Aquaculture and Fisheries
WIAS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) stylophora-pistillata - scleractinian coral - pocillopora-damicornis - galaxea-fascicularis - stony corals - growth - reefs - photosynthesis - water - transportation
Abstract In order to improve the methodology for growing and maintaining corals in captivity, a consortium of European zoos, aquaria and academia executed a four-year public/private collaborative research and innovation project (CORALZOO) on the breeding and husbandry of stony corals. CORALZOO comprised the following topics: (1) sexual and asexual breeding of corals in captivity, including techniques for propagation, feeding and induction of natural coral colony morphogenesis; and (2) coral husbandry: development of generic bioassays to evaluate biotic and abiotic husbandry parameters and to monitor coral health, elaboration of methods for identification and treatment of coral diseases and optimization of transport and acclimation procedures. The results of this project are reviewed
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