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Diets containing dehulled, solvent-extracted soyabean meal (SBM) in amounts supplying 0, 20 and 40% of total protein were given to duplicate groups of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), 900 g, held in sea water for 10 months. Salmon given a diet with 20% SBM grew as well as fish given a diet with...

Author(s)
Olli, J. J.; Krogdahl, Ǻ.; Vǻbenø, A.
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 1995, 26, 3, pp 167-174
Abstract

Growth, feed utilization and protein turnover using 2 different fish meal particle sizes (micro- or coarse-grounded) at 3 dietary protein concentrations (30, 35 and 45%) were studied in individually tagged Atlantic salmon in a 3-month growth experiment. At the end of the experimental period, ...

Author(s)
Sveier, H.; Raae, A. J.; Lied, E.
Citation
Aquaculture, 2000, 185, 1/2, pp 101-120
Abstract

An experiment with 0.2-kg Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, in saltwater was conducted to determine if it could grow normally, and maintain normal nitrogen (N) and mineral balance when fed on a diet with the majority of the protein (75%) derived from soya protein concentrate (SPC). The two diets...

Author(s)
Storebakken, T.; Shearer, K. D.; Roem, A. J.
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2000, 6, 2, pp 103-108
Abstract

The replacement of fish meal protein with soyabean meal (SB) or protein concentrates made from narrow-leafed lupin (LP) or field peas (PP) was investigated in extruded feeds for Atlantic salmon. Salmon (47 g) were fed for 63 days on extruded feeds containing each of the plant meals to replace 25...

Author(s)
Carter, C. G.; Hauler, R. C.
Citation
Aquaculture, 2000, 185, 3/4, pp 299-311
Abstract

This study was carried out to compare the responses of rainbow trout and Atlantic salmon to being fed defatted soyabean meal. Two extruded experimental diets containing either low-temperature (LT)-fish meal as the sole protein ingredient or 32% fish meal and 30% soyabean meal, were each fed to...

Author(s)
Refstie, S.; Korsøen, Ø. J.; Storebakken, T.; Baeverfjord, G.; Lein, I.; Roem, A. J.
Citation
Aquaculture, 2000, 190, 1/2, pp 49-63
Abstract

This study was performed to evaluate the effect on fish growth performance by replacing fish meal with a blend of vegetable protein sources. Atlantic salmon were fed eight diets where the percentage of protein from fish meal to vegetable protein varied from 85.1%, 68.6%, 51.9% to 34.7%,...

Author(s)
Mundheim, H.; Aksnes, A.; Hope, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2004, 237, 1/4, pp 315-331
Abstract

Bacterial protein meal (BPM) produced on natural gas was evaluated with respect to growth, nutrient digestibilities, feed conversion ratios, sensory quality, and histopathological indices in Atlantic salmon in saltwater. In the extruded diets, experimentally produced BPM accounted for 0, 10, or 20% ...

Author(s)
Berge, G. M.; Baeverfjord, G.; Skrede, A.; Storebakken, T.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2005, 244, 1/4, pp 233-240
Abstract

In the marine environment, organisms from lower trophic levels seem as a good alternative to the traditional meal and oil sources. In the present study, meals were produced from Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), Arctic krill (Thysanoessa inermis) and the Arctic amphipod Themisto libellula. Diets ...

Author(s)
Moren, M.; Suontama, J.; Hemre, G. I.; Karlsen, Ø.; Olsen, R. E.; Mundheim, H.; Julshamn, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2006, 261, 1, pp 174-181
Abstract

The present experiment tested whether Atlantic salmon accept, grow and utilise diets devoid of fish meal. Four diets were prepared, one reference diet in which 49% of the diet was fish meal and three diets not containing any fish meal. The amino acid composition in the test diets not containing...

Author(s)
Espe, M.; Lemme, A.; Petri, A.; El-Mowafi, A.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2006, 255, 1/4, pp 255-262
Abstract

The main objective of the present study was to evaluate the effect of using three different crustacean meals (Thysanoessa inermis, Euphausia superba, Themisto libellula) on product quality of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). In order to do this, a total of six iso-protein, iso-lipid and...

Author(s)
Suontama, J.; Kiessling, A.; Melle, W.; Waagbø, R.; Olsen, R. E.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2007, 13, 1, pp 50-58

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