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Aquaculture has intensified tremendously with the increasing demand for protein sources as the global population grows. However, this industry is plagued with major challenges such as poor growth performance, the lack of a proper environment, and immune system impairment, thus creating stress for the aquaculture species and risking disease outbreaks. Currently, prophylactics such as antibiotics, vaccines, prebiotics, probiotics, and phytobiotics are utilized to minimize the negative impacts of high-density farming. One of the promising prophylactic agents incorporated in fish feed is resveratrol, a commercial phytophenol derived via the methanol extraction method. Recent studies have revealed many beneficial effects of resveratrol in aquatic animals. Therefore, this review discusses and summarizes the roles of resveratrol in improving growth performance, flesh quality, immune system, antioxidant capacity, disease resistance, stress mitigation, and potential combination with other prophylactic agents for aquatic animals. © 2024. The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature B.V.


Zulhisyam Abdul Kari, Guillermo Téllez-Isaías, Martina Irwan Khoo, Wendy Wee, Muhammad Anamul Kabir, Romalee Cheadoloh, Lee Seong Wei. Resveratrol impacts on aquatic animals: a review. Fish physiology and biochemistry. 2024 Feb;50(1):307-318

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