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World aquaculture is growing (+8% per year) to meet the increasing demand of fish for human consumption that capture by fisheries can no longer cover. Consequently, the need for aquafeed and feedstuffs is rising while volumes of fishmeal and fish oil, the traditional aquafeed ingredients, remain...

Author(s)
Médale, F.; Boucher, R. le; Dupont-Nivet, M.; Quillet, E.; Aubin, J.; Panserat, S.
Publisher
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris, France
Citation
INRA Productions Animales, 2013, 26, 4, pp 303-315
Abstract

Fish require diets containing 30 to 55% of crude protein and an amino acid supply precisely adapted to meeting the needs for optimal growth. Fish meal is an ideal protein source for aquafeed because it has a high protein level (65% to 72%) with an ideal proportion of all ten indispensable amino...

Author(s)
Médale, F.; Kaushik, S.
Publisher
John Libbey Eurotext, Montrouge, France
Citation
Cahiers Agricultures, 2009, 18, 2/3, pp 103-111
Abstract

During the last 30 years global aquaculture has expanded continuously to meet the increasing demand of fish for human consumption, which can no longer be met by fisheries captures. One consequence is an increasing demand of raw materials for aquafeeds, while the volume of fish meal (FM), the...

Author(s)
Burel, C.; Médale, F.
Publisher
EDP Sciences S.A., Les Ulis Cedex A, France
Citation
OCL - Oilseeds and Fats, Crops and Lipids, 2014, 21, 4, pp D406
Abstract

The shortage of fish meal and fish oil has led to demonstrate the feasibility of omitting marine ingredients from the diet of rainbow trout. This complete suppression was further studied in the present experiment. Plasma markers indicated that the metabolism was deeply affected in trout fed plant...

Author(s)
Gatesoupe, F. J.; Fauconneau, B.; Deborde, C.; Hounoum, B. M.; Jacob, D.; Moing, A.; Corraze, G.; Médale, F.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2018, 24, 5, pp 1563-1576
Abstract

Two diets based on fish meal (FM) or on a mixture of plant protein sources supplemented with free amino acids (PP) were fed to rainbow trout having a mean initial body weight of 162.5 g reared at 17±1°C for 24 weeks to evaluate the effect of plant protein sources on fish growth, morphological and...

Author(s)
Francesco, M. de; Parisi, G.; Médale, F.; Lupi, P.; Kaushik, S. J.; Poli, B. M.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2004, 236, 1/4, pp 413-429
Abstract

Juvenile rainbow trout were fed to visual satiation for 12 weeks with four diets containing fishmeal as the primary protein source (FM diet) or FM substituted with graded levels of a mix of plant proteins to replace 50% (PP50 diet), 75% (PP75) or 100% (PP100) of fishmeal with addition of...

Author(s)
Alami-Durante, H.; Médale, F.; Cluzeaud, M.; Kaushik, S. J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2010, 303, 1/4, pp 50-58
Abstract

A growth trial was conducted to test three isonitrogenous diets (59% crude protein, dry matter basis) for Senegalese sole during the ongrowing stage. A control diet (S-15) based on a commercial diet for sole (15% crude fat, 23 kJ g-1 energy) was compared with a plant protein based diet (S-15PP)...

Author(s)
Valente, L. M. P.; Linares, F.; Villanueva, J. L. R.; Silva, J. M. G.; Espe, M.; Escórcio, C.; Pires, M. A.; Saavedra, M. J.; Borges, P.; Medale, F.; Alvárez-Blázquez, B.; Peleteiro, J. B.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2011, 318, 1/2, pp 128-137
Abstract

High energy extruded diets were formulated to contain the same level of protein supplied by soya protein concentrate (SPC) or fish meal. Three experiments were performed to measure voluntary feed intake and feed waste, faecal losses and soluble losses of N and P in rainbow trout (average body...

Author(s)
Médale, F.; Boujard, T.; Vallée, F.; Blanc, D.; Mambrini, M.; Roem, A.; Kaushik, S. J.
Citation
Aquatic Living Resources, 1998, 11, 4, pp 239-246
Abstract

The effects of partial (75%; diet PP75) and total (100%; diet PP100) replacement of fish meal by plant protein sources on the intestinal nutrient absorption of gilthead sea bream and rainbow trout were examined over a 12-week growth trial. The diets comprised a mixture of plant ingredients (corn...

Author(s)
Santigosa, E.; García-Meilán, I.; Valentin, J. M.; Pérez-Sánchez, J.; Médale, F.; Kaushik, S.; Gallardo, M. A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2011, 317, 1/4, pp 146-154
Abstract

Three experimental diets in which fish meal was partially (50 and 75%, named PP50 and PP75 diets, respectively) or totally replaced (PP100 diet) by plant protein sources were fed to rainbow trout and gilthead sea bream. We studied the effects of these diets on digestive enzymes in comparison to...

Author(s)
Santigosa, E.; Sánchez, J.; Médale, F.; Kaushik, S.; Pérez-Sánchez, J.; Gallardo, M. A.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2008, 282, 1/4, pp 68-74

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