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EWELL, R. (1-4), the rising giant: the world food problem; MILNER, M. (5-7), new protein resources; HUNDLEY, J. M. (8-11), nutritional aspects of protein foods; ABBOTT, J. C. (12-21), oilseed, fish protein concentrate and single cell protein foods: economic aspects; DIMLER, R. J. (22-29), oilseed ...

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BIEBER, H.
Publisher
Amer. Inst. Chem. Engineers, New York,
Citation
Engineering of unconventional protein production. Santa Barbara, Calif., August 1967., 1969, pp v+127 pp.
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A review. Aquaculture profits are closely related to feed supply and feed protein costs. Intensive aquaculture farming requires high protein levels in feeds. Commercial feeds formulated for aquaculture species contain 25 to 50% CP. Therefore, high-protein ingredients like fish meal, bone and blood...

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Treviño Carrillo, L. M.
Citation
Nutrición Animal Tropical, 1995, 2, 1, pp 67-93
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Amino acid availability and protein digestibility values for brown fish meal, casein, meat meal, soya protein concentrate, maize gluten meal and full-fat soyabean meal were estimated in yellowtail. Six groups of 5 fish each in 800-litre tanks were fed on the experimental diets twice daily (08.30...

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Masumoto, T.; Ruchimat, T.; Ito, Y.; Hosokawa, H.; Shimeno, S.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1996, 146, 1/2, pp 109-119
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Two growth trials were conducted to evaluate the nutritional quality of several soyabean products as constituents in diets for gilthead sea bream, Sparus aurata [Pagrus aurata]. In a preliminary experiment, fish were fed on 6 diets containing solvent extracted soyabean meal replacing 10, 20, 30 and ...

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Nengas, I.; Alexis, M. N.; Davis, S. J.
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 1996, 27, 3, pp 147-156
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Fifteen groups of 200 larvae each, were fed ad libitum (from 08.00 to 20.00 h) on diets containing bovine liver and yeast (I), soyabean and yeast (II), soyabean and bovine liver (III), soyabean and maize (IV) or soyabean, meat and maize (V), for the first 3 weeks of life. The size of the dietary...

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Piaia, R.; Neto, J. R.
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Ciência Rural, 1997, 27, 2, pp 319-323
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600, 2-month-old African sharptooth catfish, body weight 30-45 g, were distributed into 24, 500-litre tanks. Fish meal in diets was replaced with tomato waste, extracted or extruded soyabean meal, brewers' yeast or mixed with all ingredients, in isonitrogenous (38% protein) diets and fed to the...

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Hoffman, L. C.; Prinsloo, J. F.; Rukan, G.
Citation
Water SA, 1997, 23, 2, pp 181-186
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The effect of partially replacing fish meal with different soyabean meal (SBM) products in sea bass (L. calcarifer) diets on growth and apparent protein digestibility was examined. Five isonitrogenous and isoenergetic diets were formulated to contain 100% fish meal (control diet), 21.0%...

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Boonyaratpalin, M.; Suraneiranat, P.; Tunpibal, T.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1998, 161, 1/4, pp 67-78
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Weir, G.
Publisher
Alltech UK, Stamford, UK
Citation
Biotechnology in the feed industry. Proceedings of Alltech's 14th Annual Symposium: passport to the year 2000, 1998, pp 605-611
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Apparent digestibility coefficient (ADC) values for a number of ingredients of plant or animal origin were obtained in order to formulate diets based on such values and to evaluate growth performance of the Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, fed on 4 experimental diets in which fish meal was...

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Fontaínhas-Fernandes, A.; Gomes, E.; Reis-Henriques, M. A.; Coimbra, J.
Citation
Aquaculture International, 1999, 7, 1, pp 57-67
Abstract

Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) response to attractivity and taste of fourteen food ingredients, classified as animal (shrimp, fish, silkworm and meat meal, integral lyophilized egg and sugar-cane-yeast), vegetable protein (maize gluten, soyabean bran, sunflower meal and cotton bran) and...

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Pereira-da-Silva, E. M.; Pezzato, L. E.
Citation
Acta Scientiarum, 1999, 21, 2, pp 297-301

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