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CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA Y DE EDUCACIÓN SUPERIOR DE ENSENADA, B.C. OCEANOLOGY DIVISION. AQUACULTURE DEPARTAMENT. AQUACULTURE DEPARTAMENT. OBJECTIVES: To develop basic and applied research To develop innovative technology To form postgraduate students highly qualified.

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CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA Y DE

EDUCACIÓN SUPERIOR DE ENSENADA, B.C.

OCEANOLOGY DIVISION

AQUACULTURE DEPARTAMENT

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AQUACULTURE DEPARTAMENT

  • OBJECTIVES:
  • To develop basic and applied research
  • To develop innovative technology
  • To form postgraduate students highly qualified

Research is carried out to increase production of aquatic organisms. It mainly addresses uni and multicellular organisms, which have a potential or have proven a capability for aquaculture, either for human consumption or industrial use. Research also includes studies for species protection and their habitat.

research lines
Research lines
  • Design and development of aquaculture system technologies.
  • Ecophysiology of aquatic organisms
  • Nutrition and feeding
  • Pathology
  • Reproduction, genetics and development of aquatic organisms
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Design and development of Aquaculture Technologies

Design and development of technologies for farming of species with commercial value.

Recirculating aquaculture systems are preferred – environmental friendlier.

Proven in tilapia, oysters, shrimp, among others.

Development of a aquaculture closed systems for pilot commercial farming of the white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei

Development of an aquaculture closed system for pilot commercial breeding of white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei

Dr. Manuel Segovia

Dr. L. Fernando

Bückle

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Ecophysiology of aquatic organisms

Study of environment-organism interactions to establish optimum farming conditions

Dr. L. Fernando Dra. Mónica Dr. Eugenio

Buckle Hernández Díaz

  • Culture of larval and postlarval stages of the spiny lobster, Panulirus interruptus, in the North Pacific
  • Biological stress indicators in aquatic organisms
  • Aquatic organisms termorregulation as a tool to predict climate change
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Nutrition and feeding of aquatic organisms

Nutrition and farming of marine fishes

To determine the environmental and nutritional requirements of marine fishes at different development stages (larvae, juveniles and adults). Nowadays we are working on halibut, yellow tail, corvina, tuna and totoaba.

Dr. Juan Pablo Lazo

Dr. Benjamín Barón

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  • Development of balanced feed for aquaculture of yellow tail.
  • Intensive culture of the California halibut (Paralichthys californicus) in recirculating aquaculture systems
  • The first marine fish production laboratory in Mexico
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Biology and Culture of Microalgae

Isolation and biological, nutritional and biochemical characterization of microalgae. Design of mass production farming systems to improve nutritional value and production of biological compounds.

Dra. Pilar Sánchez

Dra. Beatriz Cordero

Microalgae collection with around 60 species/strains

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Abalone sperm, epifluorescence

microscopy

First division cell

  • Reproduction, Genetics and Development

Reproduction and development

In aquaculture, it is important to study the endogenous and exogenous factors, which control reproduction.

This area also considers the ontogenetic studies in order to obtain juveniles from the wild and under controlled conditions.

  • Preliminary studies on sperm and larval cryopreservation of abalone, Haliotis spp.
  • National Germplasm of Aquatic Organisms
  • Control of marine fish reproduction

Dra. Claudia Farfán

Dra. Carmen Paniagua

Dr. Benjamín Barón

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Genetics

Population and molecular genetics of aquaculture species in order to help in aquaculture breeding programs for fast growth and ill resistance organisms. Focused in mollusk and crustacean genetics

Dr. Miguel Ángel

del Río

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Pathology and Animal Health of Aquacit Organisms

The main action to prevent illnesses in aquaculture is prevention.

It is important to know critical points and risk factors in culture conditions.

  • Pathological diagnosis of mollusks
  • Animal health status in cultured mollusks in Baja California

Dr. Jorge Cáceres

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Main Water Intake

Potency sea water pumps

Acclimation tanks

Wet Laboratory