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Six parallel meta-analyses were conducted to determine the effect of the dietary inclusion rate of pea meal (PM), pea protein concentrate (PPC), soybean meal (SBM), soy protein concentrate (SPC), canola/rapeseed meal (CM) and canola/rapeseed protein concentrate (CPC) on the specific growth rate...

Author(s)
Collins, S. A.; Øverland, M.; Skrede, A.; Drew, M. D.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2013, 400/401, pp 85-100
Abstract

A two month feeding trial was conducted in silvery-black porgy (Sparidentex hasta) juveniles (initial mean body weight, 16.7 g) to determine the amount of soy products (SP) that could replace fishmeal (FM) in formulated diets without reducing growth performance. Six isoproteic (ca. 50%) and...

Author(s)
Yaghoubi, M.; Mozanzadeh, M. T.; Marammazi, J. G.; Safari, O.; Gisbert, E.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2016, 464, pp 50-59
Abstract

Legumes such as soybean, peas and lupin have attracted considerable interest as potential sources of protein to replace finite and limiting supplies of marine fishmeal (FM) as major ingredients for aquafeeds. In this respect, faba beans (Vicia faba) represent a widespread and relatively unexploited ...

Author(s)
Santis, C. de; Martin, S. A. M.; Dehler, C. E.; Iannetta, P. P. M.; Leeming, D.; Tocher, D. R.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2016, 465, pp 124-133
Abstract

Alternative protein sources for aquafeeds need to be indentified in order to increase the efficiency of production. Many studies have examined terrestrial plant meals/protein concentrates as alternatives. Recently the focus has turned to aquatic protists and plants as well as by-products from other ...

Author(s)
Burr, G. S.; Barrows, F. T.; Gaylord, G.; Wolters, W. R.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2011, 17, 5, pp 570-577
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

Two growth trials were conducted to evaluate the nutritional quality of several soyabean products as constituents in diets for gilthead sea bream, Sparus aurata [Pagrus aurata]. In a preliminary experiment, fish were fed on 6 diets containing solvent extracted soyabean meal replacing 10, 20, 30 and ...

Author(s)
Nengas, I.; Alexis, M. N.; Davis, S. J.
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 1996, 27, 3, pp 147-156

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