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Rainbow trout, 6 months old and of initial average weight about 45 g, were placed in 360-litre fibreglass tanks, 34 fish per tank, and supplied with fresh water in a throughflow system at 1.5 litre/min. The fish were fed on a control diet and 4 experimental diets all of equal nitrogen and energy...

Author(s)
Higuera, M. de la; García-Gallego, M.; Sanz, A.; Cardenete, G.; Suárez, M. D.; Moyano, F. J.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1988, 71, 1-2, pp 37-50
Abstract

Studies were conducted to evaluate lupin flour as a replacement for full-fat soyabean meal (FFSM) in the diet of rainbow trout. Energy and digestibility values for lupin were estimated using a metabolism chamber and it was found that trout utilize lupin well. The gross energy, metabolizable energy, ...

Author(s)
Hughes, S. G.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1988, 71, 4, pp 379-385
Abstract

In 3 feeding trials of 6 weeks, fingerling rainbow trout, 0.7, 5.1 and 8.9 g, were fed on diets containing 50% crude protein from brown fish meal and nucleic-acid-free torula yeast (control) or that diet with 77% of the fish meal substituted by untreated or methanol extracted soya flour without or...

Author(s)
Murai, T.; Ogata, H.; Villaneda, A.; Watanabe, T.
Citation
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi = Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries, 1989, 55, 6, pp 1067-1073
Abstract

The use of fish meal and slaughterhouse wastes and soyabeans, rapeseed, lupin meal, single cell protein and non-protein nitrogen as protein sources in diets for carnivorous fishes (Salmonidae and particularly rainbow trout) is reviewed.

Author(s)
Kaushik, S.
Publisher
Ellis Horwood, Chichester, UK
Citation
Mediterranean aquaculture., 1990, pp 125-138
Abstract

Soyabean products were evaluated as protein sources for rainbow trout, 70 g, reared in fresh water: solvent-extracted soyabean meal (SBM44), dehulled and solvent-extracted soyabean meal (SBM50), dehulled full-fat soyabean meal (FFSBM) and soyabean concentrate (SBC). The soyabean products replaced...

Author(s)
Olli, J. J.; Krogdahl, Ǻ.
Citation
Acta Agriculturæ Scandinavica. Section A, Animal Science, 1994, 44, 3, pp 185-192
Abstract

Fish meal, casein, hydrolysed feather meal, grieves, wheat gluten, maize gluten and soyabean meal were the only protein sources in 7 diets prepared for rainbow trout. To prevent specific amino acid deficiencies, crystalline amino acids were supplemented except in diets containing casein and fish...

Author(s)
Pfeffer, E.; Henrichfreise, B.
Citation
Archives of Animal Nutrition, 1994, 45, 4, pp 371-377
Abstract

The objective of this study was to determine the level of poultry byproduct meal (poultry offal meal plus feather meal) that could replace fish meal in practical diets for rainbow trout. Rainbow trout, 16.7 g, were given a diet with 51.5% fish meal, half the fish meal replaced with poultry...

Author(s)
Steffens, W.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1994, 124, 1/4, pp 27-34
Abstract

High (>40%) dietary levels of soya protein, isonitrogenously and isoenergetically substituted for fish meal, result in diminished fish growth and efficiency of feed utilization. Much of this has been attributed to antinutritional factors (ANF) in soya protein, such as protease inhibitors, lectins...

Author(s)
Rumsey, G. L.; Endres, J. G.; Bowser, P. R.; Earnest-Koons, K. A.; Anderson, D. P.; Siwicki, A. K.
Publisher
AOCS Press, Champaign, USA
Citation
Nutrition and utilization technology in aquaculture., 1995, pp 166-188
Abstract

Practical diets containing 3 sources of rapeseed protein concentrate (RPC), undephytinized, untreated control RPC (UDC), undephytinized solvent-treated control RPC (UDSC) and dephytinized RPC (DP), replacing 1/3, 2/3 or all protein from herring meal (HM) were given to rainbow trout, 4.2-4.4 g. 10...

Author(s)
Teskeredžić, Z.; Higgs, D. A.; Dosanjh, B. S.; McBride, J. R.; Hardy, R. W.; Beames, R. M.; Jones, J. D.; Simell, M.; Vaara, T.; Bridges, R. B.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1995, 131, 3/4, pp 261-277
Abstract

Oilseed protein concentrates (soyabean, canola rapeseed and sunflower), supplemented with essential amino acids were evaluated to determine their potential for partially or completely replacing fish meal in diets for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Triplicate aquaria of juvenile trout, 12 g,...

Author(s)
Stickney, R. R.; Hardy, R. W.; Koch, K.; Harrold, R.; Seawright, D.; Massee, K. C.
Citation
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 1996, 27, 1, pp 57-63

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