Project Description




Vitamin C probably is the most important because it is a powerful antioxidant and immunomodulator for fishes/ shrimps. The fish and shrimp body needs vitamin C( ascorbic acid or ascorbate) to remain in proper health conditions.

  • Composition: Ascorbic Acid

  • Origin: China

  • Pack Size: 100gm


Water temperature: Vitamin C diets helps to fishes during low temperature period for enhancing digestion efficiency and thereafter promote growth rate.

Stress: The ascorbic acid concentrations in tissues in fish change during stressful periods Vitamin C prevents from various stress such as: environmental stress, handling stress, pathogenic stress, transportation stress, osmotic stress etc, of fishes and shrimps.

Toxic Gasses Eliminator: The ascorbic acid helps to eliminate the adverse effect of ammonia on growth of fishes and reduces the toxic effect of nitrite levels in intensive aquaculture systems.

Wound healing: Vitamin C makes collagen formation in body and helps in quick for optimal wound repair in fishes and shrimps.

Reproduction: Vitamin C helps in reproduction systems of fishes and shrimps such as growth of healthy brooders, proper egg and sperm formation, optimum fecundity, improve hatchability, healthy larval and fry conditions etc.

Larval Nutrition: Diet with vitamin C acts fast development of embryo /larvae and early fry stages with reduction of mortality in early stages of fishes /shrimps.

Immunity: Vitamin C is at the top of the list among natural immune boosters for fish /shrimp body. Vitamin C have the immune-stimulating properties and compensate the immune-depression. It offers protection to fish / shrimp immune system by encouraging the activity of immune system cells including neutrophils and phagocytes. The collagen prevents various diseases caused by bacteria and viruses . Mucus helps in preventing microorganisms from entering to the body through the skin, gills and gastrointestinal mucosa. Vitamin C prevents bacteria from adhering to epithelial cells. High concentration of vitamin C in white blood cells enables the immune system to function properly by providing protection against oxidative damage from free radicals generated during their action against bacterial, viral, or fungal infections.

Antioxidant: Free radicals, such as superoxide, hydroxyl ions and nitric oxide all contain an unpaired electron. These radicals can have a negative effect on cells causing oxidative damage that leads to cell death. Antioxidants, such as vitamin E & Vitamin C, prevent cell damage by binding to the free radical and neutralising its unpaired electron. Ascorbic acid is well known for its antioxidant activities. Ascorbate acts as a reducing agent to reverse oxidation in aqueous solution.

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