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In response to the limitation in the global supply of fish meal, the traditional protein source used in aquaculture feed, efforts have increasingly been focused on the use of alternative protein sources of plant origin. However, plant ingredients may cause growth retardation in aquaculture fish...

Author(s)
Murashita, K.; Fukada, H.; Takahashi, N.; Hosomi, N.; Matsunari, H.; Furuita, H.; Oku, H.; Yamamoto, T.
Publisher
Fisheries Research Agency, Kanagawa, Japan
Citation
Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency, 2015, No.40, pp 69-74
Abstract

Squid liver and scallop-mid gut glands, which are generated and discarded as waste from the Japanese common squid and Japanese scallop, are rich in amino acids and lipids. However, the squid liver and scallop mid-gut glands contain cadmium (Cd) which is generally known as a harmful heavy metal for...

Author(s)
Satoh, N.; Wakasugi, M.; Nobuta, S.
Publisher
Fisheries Research Agency, Kanagawa, Japan
Citation
Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency, 2015, No.40, pp 61-65
Abstract

Feeding trials were conducted to evaluate the potentialities of using a mixture of different protein sources based on seafood by-products and soybean proteins to partially or completely replace fishmeal in practical diets for red sea bream, Pagrus major. Four diets (50% crude protein and 20 kJ g-1...

Author(s)
Kader, M. A.; Koshio, S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2012, 368/369, pp 95-102
Abstract

Protein is a necessary nutrient for the sea cucumber, Apostichopus japonicus, an important commercial species in China, South Korea and Japan. In this study, the dietary protein requirements of two newly discovered color morphs - white and purple was investigated and compared with the common, green ...

Author(s)
Bai YuCen; Zhang LiBin; Xia SuDong; Liu ShiLin; Ru XiaoShang; Xu QinZeng; Zhang Tao; Yang HongSheng
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2015, 450, pp 375-382
AbstractFull Text

This special issue contains topics on fisheries and aquaculture, including A recruitment forecasting model for the Pacific stock of the Japanese sardine (Sardinops melanostictus); population structure and reproductive parameters of the longneck croaker Pseudotolithus typus in nearshore waters of...

Publisher
Scientific Research Publishing, Irvine, USA
Citation
Agricultural Sciences, 2013, 4, 6A, pp 1-90
Abstract

This study investigated the effects of different taurine levels on the conjugated bile acid composition and growth performance of juvenile and fingerling Japanese flounder. Five level diets of dietary taurine were prepared by the supplementation of taurine (0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5 and 1.5%) to a basal...

Author(s)
Kim ShinKwon; Matsunari, H.; Takeuchi, T.; Yokoyama, M.; Murata, Y.; Ishihara, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2007, 273, 4, pp 595-601
Abstract

Background: The United States Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources (UJNR) was initiated by a proposal made during the Third Cabinet-Level Meeting of the Joint United States-Japan Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs in January 1964. An aquaculture panel was formed in 1969 and was...

Author(s)
McVey, J. P.
Publisher
Fisheries Research Agency, Kanagawa, Japan
Citation
Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency, 2010, No.29, pp 1-8
Abstract

Feeding experiments were conducted to evaluate maize gluten meal (CGM) as an alternative protein source for fish meal in the diet of the Japanese flounder, P. olivaceus. A diet containing 75% white fish meal as a sole protein source served as the control, and 20, 40 and 60% of fish meal protein was ...

Author(s)
Kikuchi, K.
Citation
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 1999, 30, 3, pp 357-363
Abstract

The efforts being made to reduce the fish meal component in practical diets in aquaculture, especially in Japan, using other animal and plant protein sources, are briefly reviewed. The use of alternative lipid sources (instead of fish oil) in feeds and the development of less-polluting diets are...

Author(s)
Watanabe, T.
Publisher
Asian Productivity Organization (APO), Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Improving management of aquaculture in Asia: report of APO seminar, Taipei, Republic of China, 8-16 May, 1996., 1998, pp 40-61
Abstract

Feeding experiments were conducted to evaluate meat meal (MM) as an alternative protein source for fish meal in the diet of Japanese flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus. A diet containing 80% of white fish meal as the sole protein source was the control, and 20, 40, 60, 80, and 100% of fish meal...

Author(s)
Sato, T.; Kikuchi, K.
Citation
Fisheries Science, 1997, 63, 6, pp 877-880

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