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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...

Author(s)
Masumoto, T.; Ruchimat, T.; Ito, Y.; Hosokawa, H.; Shimeno, S.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1996, 146, 1/2, pp 109-119
Abstract

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 ...

Author(s)
Nengas, I.; Alexis, M. N.; Davis, S. J.
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 1996, 27, 3, pp 147-156
Abstract

A growth trial was conducted to feed juveniles black-chinned tilapia Sarotherodon melanotheron isonitrogenous diets for 6 months. Three diets containing crude protein (35%) replacing 0% (FD), 50% (MD), and 100% (SD) of the fish protein with similar percentage of soya protein were formulated. Fish...

Author(s)
Koumi, A. R.; Atsé, B. C.; Otchoumou, K. A.; Kouamé, P.
Publisher
CIPAV Foundation, Cali, Colombia
Citation
Livestock Research for Rural Development, 2008, 20, 12, pp 206
Abstract

The objective of the present study was to investigate the effect of dietary phospholipid (PL) level on growth and feed intake of juvenile amberjack (Seriola dumerili) fed non-fishmeal (non-FM) diet containing alternative protein sources; soybean protein isolate, tuna muscle by-product powder and...

Author(s)
Uyan, O.; Koshio, S.; Ishikawa, M.; Yokoyama, S.; Uyan, S.; Ren, T.; Hernandez, L. H. H.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2009, 15, 5, pp 550-557
Abstract

Two feeding trials were conducted to begin development of a practical soy-based diet for white seabass Atractoscion nobilis. The first trial was designed to provide initial data on the efficacy of practical soy-based diets. Three diets and a commercial reference diet were evaluated. Research diets...

Author(s)
Jirsa, D.; Davis, D. A.; Drawbridge, M.
Publisher
American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, USA
Citation
North American Journal of Aquaculture, 2010, 72, 4, pp 332-337
Abstract

Aquaculture feeds for carnivorous finfish species have been dependent upon the use of fish meal as the major source of dietary protein; however, the increasing demands upon the finite quantity of this high-quality protein source requires that feeds become increasingly comprised of alternative plant ...

Author(s)
Murray, H. M.; Lall, S. P.; Rajesh Rajaselvam; Boutilier, L. A.; Blanchard, B.; Flight, R. M.; Colombo, S.; Vindhya Mohindra; Douglas, S. E.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2010, 298, 3/4, pp 282-293
Abstract

Achieving true sustainability in fish farming requires the replacement of most of the fish meal and fish oil utilized as feedstuffs. The present experiment reports 2 feeding trials that resulted in the total replacement of fish meal and fish oil in juvenile cobia (Rachycentron canadum). The first...

Author(s)
Salze, G.; McLean, E.; Battle, P. R.; Schwarz, M. H.; Craig, S. R.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2010, 298, 3/4, pp 294-299
Abstract

The basic nutrient requirements for channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, are well known, with anecdotal evidence suggesting that catfish fry grow faster and have better survival when fed an animal protein diet. However, the ability to grow channel catfish as small as 11 g on all plant diets and a...

Author(s)
Sink, T. D.; Lochmann, R. T.; Kinsey, N. R.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 2010, 41, 1, pp 124-129
Abstract

Six micro-bound diets were formulated to contain three levels of choline chloride (CC) (0.0, 0.6 and 1.2 g kg-1) and 2 levels of methionine (Met) (0 and 15 g kg-1). Soybean protein isolates (SPI) were used as the main protein source for its limited Met content. A significant (P<0.05) interaction was determined between CC and Met on the survival (S %), weight gain (WG%), specific growth rate (SGR % day-1), feed efficiency...

Author(s)
Michael, F. R.; Teshima, S. I.; Koshio, S.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2011, 17, 3, pp e701-e707
Abstract

Alternative protein sources for aquafeeds need to be indentified in order to increase the efficiency of production. Many studies have examined terrestrial plant meals/protein concentrates as alternatives. Recently the focus has turned to aquatic protists and plants as well as by-products from other ...

Author(s)
Burr, G. S.; Barrows, F. T.; Gaylord, G.; Wolters, W. R.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2011, 17, 5, pp 570-577

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