aquaculture pharmaceutical Articles

  • Pharmaceuticals in the environment – global occurrences and perspectives

    Pharmaceuticals are known to occur widely in the environment of industrialized countries. In developing countries more monitoring results have recently become available, but a concise picture of measured environmental concentrations (MECs) is still elusive. Through a comprehensive literature review of 1016 original publications and 150 review articles we collected MECs for human and veterinary ...

    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Efficiency of RO/NF membranes at the removal of veterinary antibiotics

    The production of pharmaceuticals has increased rapidly during the last several decades as they have been used for the health of both humans and animals. Routes of environmental exposure include the release of treated wastewater, the land disposal of livestock manures and municipal biosolids (i.e. sewage sludge), as well as the use of medicated aquaculture feed. This study deals with application ...

    By IWA Publishing


    MULTIHOP RADIO WITH BUILT IN I/O CONNECTS DIRECTLY TO SENSORS AND PROBES DX80DR radios from Banner Engineering reduce need for ancillary equipment at remote monitoring or control sites The data radio from Banner Engineering combines wireless transceiver, power supply and I/O circuits in one compact housing. The DX80DR MultiHop Radio connects sensors directly to the network, eliminating need for ...

    By Banner Engineering Corp.

  • Extraction of astaxanthin esters from shrimp waste by chemical and microbial methods

    Carotenoid pigments are the most important and numerous pigments that are found in nature. These compounds soluble in lipids are the factors that produce yellow-red color in plant and animal products. In this group of pigments astaxanthin has important applications in human and animal food industries specifically neutracutical  pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. The Food and Drug ...

    By University of Tehran

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