Application of Moringa oleifera For Development of Sustainable and Biosecure Aquaculture
Manoj T. Kamble, Balu R. Chavan, Ataguba Gabriel, Txomin Azpeitia Seema V. Medhe, Surangna Jain and Rakesh R. Jadhav 2014

Abstract
Application of Moringa oleifera For Development of Sustainable and Biosecure Aquaculture. International Conference of Aquaculture Indonesia 2014. As the global scenario is now changing towards the development of sustainable and bio-secured aquaculture by using of safe and eco-friendly products. This paper reviews the properties and applications of Moringa plant in aquaculture. The Moringa products have been shown to possess many properties that can apply in aquaculture. These properties include antimicrobial activity, larvicidal activity, piscicide, and, antifertility properties. The plant can also be used as a food supplement and as seafood preservative. The use of Moringa seed coat and pod husks as antimicrobial substances or as a medicinal plant have reported in shrimp where Penaeus indicus were found to protect from pathogenic Vibrio harveyi. There was also an evidence for cyanobactericidal activity of filtrate from crushed Moringa seeds that a protease inhibitor isolated. In conclusion, this review suggests that Moringa oleifera is a valuable plant that could be used for development of sustainable aquaculture