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Duplicate groups of Tilapia nilotica fingerlings were fed on each of 5 diets for 8 weeks. Each diet had 30% crude protein, which was supplied by fish meal and Cladophora glomerata meal in the ratios of protein 30:none, 25:5, 20:10, 15:5 and 10:20% of diet. A 6th diet had 25% of protein, all from C. ...

Author(s)
Appler, H. N.; Jauncey, K.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1983, 30, 1/4, pp 21-30
Abstract

Feeding trials were conducted in floating cages in Lake Bosomtwi in April and May of 1985. Two different diets containing animal and plant protein sources, respectively, were tested on fingerlings of Tilapia discolor. Diet A contained fish meal, brewery waste and maize bran. In diet B, the fish...

Author(s)
Oduro-Boateng, F.
Publisher
Pudoc, Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture research in the Africa region. Proceedings of the African seminar on aquaculture organised by the International Foundation for Science (IFS), Stockholm, Sweden, held in Kisumu, Kenya, 7-11 October 1985, 1986, pp 115-122
Abstract

Nine diets for Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) were formulated to contain 25, 50 and 100% of total protein as plant protein using soaked (water at 30°C for 48 h), sundried (for 2 days) and commercial Leucaena leaf meal, balanced by protein from fish meal. A control diet contained fish meal as...

Author(s)
Wee, K. L.; Wang, S. S.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1987, 62, 2, pp 97-108
Abstract

The use of jack bean meal (JBM) in diets for tilapia was tested in 2 experiments. The first was designed to study the effects of protein from JBM treated by autoclaving for 30 min at 125°C and 15 psi, as a partial substitute for protein from fish meal. The percentages of dietary protein from JBM...

Author(s)
Martinez-Palacios, C. A.; Galván Cruz, R.; Olvera Novoa, M. A.; Chávez-Martinez, C.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1988, 68, 2, pp 165-175
Abstract

The effects of dietary leucaena leaf meal on reproductive performance and growth of Nile tilapia were studied. In the preliminary trial, sexually mature Nile tilapia were fed for 24 weeks on a control diet or a test diet which had leucaena leaf meal as the only protein source. Fish fed on the...

Author(s)
Santiago, C. B.; Aldaba, M. B.; Laron, M. A.; Reyes, O. S.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1988, 70, 1-2, pp 53-61
Abstract

The use of soyabean meal (SBM) replacing 0, 33, 67 or 100% of fish meal (FM) as a protein source for tilapia feeds containing 24% dietary protein was studied. Diets were given without or with methionine supplements up to the amount of the 100% FM protein diet. Diets were given for 8 weeks in a...

Author(s)
Shiau, S. Y.; Kwok, C. C.; Hwang, J. Y.; Chen, C. M.; Lee, S. L.
Citation
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 1989, 20, 4, pp 230-235
Abstract

Isoenergetic (300 kcal dietary energy/100 g) diets containing casein (30 and 39%), casein supplemented with smallcap˜L-arginine and casein/gelatin mixture as protein sources were fed to triplicate groups of Tilapia zillii fingerlings at a daily rate of 3% of body weight for 6 weeks. Growth, feed...

Author(s)
El-Sayed, A. F. M.
Citation
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 1989, 20, 4, pp 240-244
Abstract

In a 56-day trial the potential of rapeseed meal in practical diets for juvenile tilapia was studied. Six isonitrogenous (38% crude protein) and lipid and carbohydrate balanced diets were formulated. The control diet contained fish meal and soyabean meal as principal protein sources; these were...

Author(s)
Davies, S. J.; McConnell, S.; Bateson, R. I.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1990, 87, 2, pp 145-154
Abstract

In practical diets for feeding tilapia fingerlings, chloroplastic and cytoplasmic lucerne leaf protein concentrates replaced 15, 25, 35, 45 and 55% fish meal protein in diets containing 40% protein. Diets containing cytoplasmic leaf protein gave the best results, with growth rates higher than those ...

Author(s)
Olvera-Novoa, M. A.; Campos G., S.; Sabido G., M.; Martínez Palacios, C. A.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1990, 90, 3/4, pp 291-302
Abstract

Catfish, 189 g, were added to ponds (525 m2) stocked with 230 hand-sexed, male tilapia, 163 g, at 0.04, 0.10 and 0.15 catfish/m2. In each pond, 2 female tilapia were introduced, creating a sexing error of <1%. Each pond was supplied with cottonseed oilmeal 2.5 kg/day for 6 days every week throughout the 125-day experiment (daily mean feeding rate R = 41 kg/ha). Average annual net pond production per treatment (ranging between...

Author(s)
Middendorp, A. J.
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 1995, 26, 10, pp 739-747

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