Understanding the influence of photoperiod on the cultivation of Litopenaeus vannamei: revisiting studies carried out for the 2005-2020 cropping period
Keywords:Systematic review; Shrimp; Search bases.; Systematic review; Shrimp; Search bases.
The growth of shrimp farming has contributed to food diversification, job and income generation, thus highlighting its socioeconomic importance. Among the most cultivated species, the marine shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei stands out, due to its high resistance to different conditions, in addition to fast growth and survival. Environmental factors such as photoperiod can contribute to improvements in the production system. This work comprises a systematic review to understand the work already carried out on the influence of photoperiod on Litopenaeus vannamei. The works were obtained through the bases: Scholar Google, Capes Journal and Science Direct and referred to the last fifteen years. The search terms used in all databases were Litopenaeus vannamei and photoperiod and Litopenaeus vannamei and photoperiod. The search returned 6,531 records, but only 5 articles were included due to meeting the eligibility criteria used in this work. Of these, it was possible to observe that 40% were developed in 2019. With the result it was found that Litopenaeus vannamei presents better development for feeding, growth rate and survival, in treatments with exposure to light. However, this review converges to the fact that new works must be developed in order to contemplate the relationships between luminosity and life stages, cropping systems, physiological parameters.
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