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A 71-day-long experiment was conducted to evaluate the inclusion of 20% Hermetia illucens (HI) meal; Tenebrio molitor (TM) meal; Gryllodes sigillatus (GS) meal; and Blatta lateralis (BL) meal in comparison to a control diet without any insect-based materials that used fish meal as the main source...

Author(s)
Józefiak, A.; Nogales-Mérida, S.; Mikołajczak, Z.; Rawski, M.; Kierończyk, B.; Mazurkiewicz, J.
Publisher
Sciendo, Warsaw, Poland
Citation
Annals of Animal Science, 2019, 19, 3, pp 747-765
Abstract

A feeding trial was conducted to evaluate the effect of nucleotides supplementation to low-fish meal feed on growth and fatty acid composition of rainbow trout. Six isonitrogenous (42% crude protein) and isolipidic (18% crude lipid) diets were formulated containing fish meal and plant ingredients...

Author(s)
Ridwanudin, A.; Haga, Y.; Katagiri, T.; Satoh, S.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 2019, 50, 8, pp 2218-2230
Abstract

Defatted black soldier fly larvae meal (DBSFLM) has been shown a promising fish meal (FM) substitute in diets for turbot, rainbow trout, Jian carp, Pacific white shrimp and Atlantic salmon, but it has not been examined as an alternative protein source in Japanese seabass (Lateolabrax japonicus)...

Author(s)
Wang GuoXia; Peng Kai; Hu JunRu; Yi CangJin; Chen XiaoYing; Wu HaoMin; Huang YanHua
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2019, 507, pp 144-154
Abstract

In the last decade substantial innovation in feeds has led to a significant reduction in fishmeal inclusion rates in feed for aquaculture. Nevertheless, to maintain the current growth of aquaculture, the demand of nutrient will increase at the same rate. So finding a sustainable alternative protein ...

Author(s)
Tomás-Almenar, C.; Larrán, A. M.; Mercado, E. de; Sanz-Calvo, M. A.; Hernández, D.; Riaño, B.; García-González, M. C.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2018, 497, pp 422-430
Abstract

The effect of partially replacing fishmeal in aquafeed with feathermeal (FTH) at three levels (0%: FTH0, 8%: FTH8, 24%: FTH24) and two extrusion temperatures (100 and 130°C) was evaluated in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) with respect to growth performance, metabolism response, and oxidative...

Author(s)
Jasour, M. S.; Wagner, L.; Sundekilde, U. K.; Larsen, B. K.; Greco, I.; Orlien, V.; Olsen, K.; Rasmussen, H. T.; Hjermitslev, N. H.; Hammershøj, M.; Dalsgaard, A. J. T.; Dalsgaard, T. K.
Publisher
American Chemical Society, Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2017, 65, 48, pp 10673-10684
Abstract

Rainbow trout was cultured widespread all around the world, but the healthy of rainbow trout was generally inhibited by high-density culture. A 50-d feeding trial was carried out to investigate the effects of dietary chitosan on growth performance, body composition and non-specific immunity of...

Author(s)
Jiang JinKun; Wang JiYing; Zhang LiMin; Liu XuDong; Feng DeZhi; Jiang KeJun; Zhang DeRui
Publisher
Science Press, Beijing, China
Citation
Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica / Hai Yang Yu Hu Chao, 2012, 43, 4, pp 729-734
Abstract

To estimate the quantitative adequacy of amino acids in practical dietary proteins, free amino acid (FAA) levels in various tissues of rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, fed different protein sources were compared. Four diets, the proteins of which were derived mainly from fish meal (FM diet),...

Author(s)
Yamamoto, T.; Unuma, T.; Akiyama, T.
Citation
Fisheries Science, 2000, 66, 2, pp 310-320
Abstract

Eight experimental diets were formulated for rainbow trout using agricultural byproducts as major ingredients. Each experimental diet contained varying amounts of maize grain, maize gluten meal, maize gluten feed and one of the following: peanut meal 200 g/kg, soyabean meal 200 or 400 g/kg (SBM),...

Author(s)
Adelizi, P. D.; Rosati, R. R.; Warner, K.; Wu, Y. V.; Muench, T. R.; White, M. R.; Brown, P. B.
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 1998, 4, 4, pp 255-262
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
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

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