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Aquacultural Homoeopathy: A Focus on Marine Species
JOSE MANUEL MAZON SUASTEGUI
Dariel Tovar Ramírez
JOAN SEBASTIAN SALAS LEIVA
Guadalupe Fabiola Arcos Ortega
MILAGRO RAMONA GARCIA BERNAL
María Araceli Avilés Quevedo
Jesús Antonio López Carvallo
JOSE LUIS GARCIA CORONA
LAURA ELIZABETH IBARRA GARCIA
ANDRESSA TELES
Fernando Abasolo Pacheco
Angel Isidro Campa Córdova
Pedro Enrique Saucedo Lastra
JOSE DELFINO BARAJAS FRIAS
María del Carmen Rodríguez Jaramillo
ULYSSES BARAJAS PONCE
JORGE LUIS TORDECILLAS GUILLEN
FRANCISCO ANTONIO ALVAREZ GIL
GUSTAVO ENRIQUE PINEDA MAHR
JESUS PEIRO LOPEZ
MIGUEL ROBLES MUNGARAY
Acceso Abierto
Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas
URL: https://www.intechopen.com/books/aquaculture-plants-and-invertebrates/aquacultural-homoeopathy-a-focus-on-marine-species
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78030
ISBN: 978-1-78984-997-4
homeopathic medicine, marine molluscs, crustaceans and fish, growth, survival and biomass production, physiology and reproduction, genomic, metagenomic and transcriptomic response
"Homoeopathy is an alternative medical system proposed by Samuel Hahnemann in the eighteenth century. It uses highly diluted and agitated substances that derived from plants, minerals or animals, which have shown to be effective in human medicine, agronomy, veterinary, and as a novelty, in marine aquaculture. Aquacultural homoeopathy has developed rapidly in recent years, partially motivated by the misuse of powerful drugs (hormones, antibiotics, disinfectants) that when solving a problem generate undesirable side effects. In the last 10 years, scientific articles have been published on its application in freshwater fish native to Brazil, obtaining beneficial effects on growth, survival, hepatosomatic index, development of muscle fibres and lipid content in muscle. At Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste (CIBNOR, Mexico: www.cibnor.mx), we have studied the effects of homoeopathy to improve the culture of economically important marine species of molluscs, fish and shrimp. In this chapter, we show a selection of different research with preliminary or advanced results, related to the use of homoeopathy and its impact on zootechnic, biochemical, genomic and transcriptomic parameters in marine molluscs, fish and crustaceans. The results obtained suggest that homoeopathy is an eco-friendly alternative applicable in aquaculture industry to improve various productive and health aspects."
IntechOpen
2018
Capítulo de libro
Aquaculture Plants and Invertebrates
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MEDICAMENTOS NATURALES
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