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In a 12-week feeding trial, rainbow trout, 38 g, were given diets where 20% dietary protein from brown fish meal in a control diet (C) was replaced with a commercial full-fat soyabean meal (S1), full-fat extruded soyabean meal (S2), solvent-extracted soyabean meal (S3) and solvent-extracted...

Author(s)
Oliva-Teles, A.; Gouveia, A. J.; Gomes, E.; Rema, P.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1994, 124, 1/4, pp 343-349
Abstract

300 carp, average body weight 200 g, were fed on diets containing 32, 24, 16, 8 or 0 % fish meal (F) and 0, 13, 27, 40 or 56% roasted full-fat soyabean (S) for 10 days' adaptation and 7 days' faecal collection. The water temperature was 27°-30°C throughout the experiment and water volume in each...

Author(s)
Kim, J. D.; Kim, K. S.; Song, J. S.; Woo, Y. B.; Jeong, K. S.; Won, T. H.
Citation
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1995, 8, 6, pp 635-639
Abstract

A 10-week growth trial was conducted to study the effect of partial or total replacement of fish meal by plant proteins in diets for rainbow trout, 16.2 g. Practical diets contained a fish meal-based control diet, which included brown fish meal as the only protein source (diet C1), or 5% of brown...

Author(s)
Gomes, E. F.; Rema, P.; Gouveia, A.; Teles, A. O.
Citation
Water Science and Technology, 1995, 31, 10, pp 205-211
Abstract

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

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%...

Author(s)
Boonyaratpalin, M.; Suraneiranat, P.; Tunpibal, T.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1998, 161, 1/4, pp 67-78
Abstract

The digestibility of DM, CP, essential amino acids and gross energy content of meals derived from roasted legume seeds in diets for Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, was examined. Soyabean (Glycine max), winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus), jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis), African locust...

Author(s)
Fagbenro, O. A.
Citation
Aquaculture International, 1998, 6, 1, pp 83-87
Abstract

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...

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

Apparent digestibility coefficients (ADCs) for dry matter, nitrogen, energy and individual amino acids for 29 commonly used feed ingredients were determined for silver perch, a native Australian freshwater species currently being cultured in Australia, Taiwan and China. ADCs were determined using...

Author(s)
Allan, G. L.; Parkinson, S.; Booth, M. A.; Stone, D. A. J.; Rowland, S. J.; Frances, J.; Warner-Smith, R.
Citation
Aquaculture, 2000, 186, 3/4, pp 293-310
Abstract

An accurate method for estimating digestibility of nutrients is essential when developing diets suitable for aquaculture species. Two methods of faecal collection (stripping and sedimentation) were evaluated for estimating crude protein and gross energy digestibility of three protein sources by of...

Author(s)
Ramsay, J. M.; Castell, J. D.; Anderson, D. M.; Hebb, C. D.
Citation
North American Journal of Aquaculture, 2000, 62, 3, pp 168-173
Abstract

Vegetable protein sources like soybeans, canola and maize gluten are good alternatives to fish meal. However, a large proportion of such products available on the international market may possess genetically modified (GM) components. This report concerns a study to investigate the fate and survival ...

Author(s)
Sanden, M.; Bruce, I. J.; Rahman, M. A.; Hemre, G. I.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2004, 237, 1/4, pp 391-405

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