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An experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of residual salts (mainly NaCl) and free amino acids in mysid (Archaeomysis vulgaris) meal on the growth of juvenile Japanese flounder, P. olivaceus. Five experimental diets were designed. Diet 3 contained fish meal as sole protein source. Fish ...

Author(s)
Park GwangSic; Takeuchi, T.; Seikai, T.; Yoshinaga, T.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 2000, 66, 4, pp 697-704
Abstract

The nutritive value of soyabean protein (SBP) for juvenile freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) mean initial wet weight 0.01 g, was compared with crab protein concentrate (CPC). Protein contents of test diets ranged from 30 to 55% and dietary energy was constant (4.3 kcal/g) by adjusting...

Author(s)
Koshio, S.; Kanazawa, A.; Teshima, S. I.
Citation
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi = Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries, 1992, 58, 5, pp 965-970
Abstract

Growth and body composition were examined in bartail flathead, Platycephalus indicus, fed on diets (white fish meal as protein source and α-starch as carbohydrate source) containing 37, 42.9, 48.8 and 54% protein for 8 weeks at 21.2-23.8°C. Average liveweight gain and feed conversion efficiency...

Author(s)
Han KyungNam; Yoshimatsu, T.; Matsui, S.; Furuichi, M.; Kitajima, C.
Citation
Science Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 1995, 49, 3/4, pp 119-123
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
Abstract

Young ayu (Plecoglossus altivelis) were given white fish meal as the protein source in one of 8 dry diets with protein content 11 to 51%. They required protein 11% to maintain bodyweight and the optimum protein content was 37% of diet on a dry basis. The daily requirement for optimum growth was...

Author(s)
Arai, S.; Nose, T.
Citation
Bulletin of the National Research Institute of Aquaculture, 1983, No. 4, pp 99-105