Antibacterial Activity Of Silver Nanoparticles (Agnps) On Shrimp Vibriosis And Their Eco Toxicity


  • Vijaya Nirmala Pangi , Kandrakunta Babu , Alavala Matta Reddy , PRGNV Prasad , Buddha Sai Keerthana , Soni Kollabathina , Dinesh Ratna G



Aquaculture sector contributing major protein foods source to the human kind all overall world. However this industry is immensely affected by the diseases caused by the various pathogenic organisms includes bacteria, fungi, parasites and virus. Among all the other aquaculture systems, shrimp aquaculture is more vulnerable to the diseases. The Vibriosis is caused by gram negative halophilic bacteria vibrio one of the major problem in shrimp aquaculture leading to huge economic loss to the farmers. Inappropriate usage of antibiotics in shrimp aquaculture systems result in development of multidrug resistant microorganisms, which may also infect the humans and other domestic animals. Developing green synthesis methods for the designing and fabrication of nanomaterials helps in combating multidrug resistant bacteria. The presence of extortionate number of biomolecules or phytochemicals present in the plants and bacteria can act as reducing and capping agents for the fabrication of nanomaterials also reduce the development of multidrug resistance. The present study focused on reviewing the antibacterial activity of silver nanoparticles on bacteria which causes vibriosis to the shrimp and their Eco toxicity effect.



2022-12-31 — Updated on 2022-12-31




How to Cite

Antibacterial Activity Of Silver Nanoparticles (Agnps) On Shrimp Vibriosis And Their Eco Toxicity. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 5246-5257.