Aquaculture Nutrition Solutions
Yeast-derived feed is widely used in aquaculture, including yeast cell wall polysaccharides, yeast hydrolysate, active dry yeast and Bacillus and other probiotics compounded by EM bacteria or microecological preparations and so on. Yeast-derived feed has obvious effects on the growth, immunity, feeding attraction, quality of aquatic animals, and the improvement of aquaculture water environment.
Fubon Aquaculture solutions
Disease Control and Nutrion
YeaSense can bind to glycoprotein receptors on the cell wall of pathogenic bacteria, interfere with the normal metabolism of bacteria and inhibit the growth and reproduction of pathogenic bacteria, and cause cell membrane damage, loss of cytoplasm and lead to bacterial death. It has a good antibacterial effect on conventional aquatic pathogens: Aeromonas hydrophila, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Edwards, Aeromonas veteri, Streptococcus agalactiae, etc. The β-1,3-1,6-glucan in the YeaMOS can act on the surface receptors of immune cells to activate immune-related signal transduction pathways, prompt immune cells to release downstream signal molecules, and induce non-specific and specificity in the body Immune response.
-Intestinal microbial balance
Yeast is a good source of natural nucleic acids. Yeast hydrolysate is rich in nucleic acid substances, among which guanylic acid (5' GMP) and inosinic acid (5' IMP) have the ability to enhance flavor, and yeast hydrolysate is rich in glutamic acid, etc. , The mixture of the three produces a significant synergistic effect of freshness enhancement, which can have a strong effect of attracting aquatic animals.
BioBon can fully superimposed with the lipoid groups and ketone groups of toxins such as zearalenone and vomitoxin through hydrogen bonds and van der Waals forces to form a polysaccharide-toxin complex with a special spiral space structure. Forms a tight combination with a variety of mycotoxins, which makes the adsorption firmer.