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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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In preliminary trials, prawns (Penaeus monodon) grew and survived better with the variety Hawaiian Giant than with the local variety of ipil-ipil (Leucaena leucocephala) as protein source in diet. Prawn postlarvae of initial bodyweight 0.3 to 1.2 g and length 45 to 53 mm were given for 28 days one...

Author(s)
Pascual, F. P.
Citation
Quarterly Research Report, Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1978, 2, 2, pp 1-5
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Prawn (Penaeus monodon) postlarvae of mean initial bodyweight 15.62 mg were kept at 50 postlarvae to each 200-litre tank in 100 litres sea water with salinity adjusted to 25/1000. They got diet 20% of bodyweight daily for 10 days. One diet was fresh meat of brown mussel (Modiolus metcalfei) with...

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Lim, C.; Suraniranat, P.; Platon, R.
Citation
Quarterly Research Report, Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1978, 2, 2, pp 13-18
Abstract

1. Proximate composition is given for yeast protein (Candida lipolytica), bacterial protein (Pseudomonas sp.), algal protein (Spirulina maxima) and a commercial diet. For 28 days rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) were given a diet with protein 20, 25, 30 or 35% from one of the sources, or they got...

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Matty, A. J.; Smith, P.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1978, 14, 3, pp 235-246
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Grass carp [Ctenopharyngodon idella] were fed on zooplankton until bodyweight 0.4 g; then for 70 days from bodyweight about 14 g [from table] they were fed freely twice a day on diets with fish meal 30, 40 or 50% or soya bean oilmeal 40, 50 or 60%, each with blood meal, starch, oil, minerals and...

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Dabrowski, K.; Kozak, B.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1979, 18, 2, pp 107-114
Abstract

Fingerling chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) were given for 6 weeks at 7 deg to 8 deg C or at 15 deg one of 10 diets. Protein source was white fish meal alone or with krill meal, or it was casein with gelatin and amino acids; fat source was tallow with different amounts of fish feed oil, or it was...

Author(s)
Murai, T.; Yagisawa, I.; Hirasawa, Y.; Akiyama, T.; Nose, T.
Citation
Bulletin of the National Research Institute of Aquaculture, 1980, No. 1, pp 79-86
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Commercial Spirulina, Chlorella and a yeast grown on methanol were each given as sole feed to the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis. Results were good sometimes with water of medium salinity, 18/1000, and never with sea water of salinity 35/1000. Feed was adjusted to rotifer population density, either...

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Gatesoupe, F. J.; Robin, J. H.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1981, 25, 1, pp 1-15
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Lobsters (Homarus americanus) initially of the 4th and 5th juvenile stages kept at 15 deg or 20 deg C grew and survived at about the same rate at either temperature. Diets had protein 50% of dry weight and were given freely twice a day for 10 to 12 weeks. With shrimp as the protein source the...

Author(s)
Boghen, A. D.; Castell, J. D.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1981, 22, 4, pp 343-351
Abstract

Copra, groundnut, soya, sunflower, rapeseed and cottonseed oilmeals and leucaena meal were tested individually in different proportions of the diet and compared with a control diet (30% protein) with fishmeal for male Sarotherodon mossambicus [Tilapia mossambica] in a series of 3 trials. Despite...

Author(s)
Jackson, A. J.; Capper, B. S.; Matty, A. J.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1982, 27, 2, pp 97-109
Abstract

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

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