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Camelina meal Camelina sativa (CM) is a potential protein source in aquaculture feeds, because of its crude protein level (39%) and essential amino acids. Two feeding experiments were conducted with Atlantic cod Gadus morhua. Cod in Experiment I (19.4 g fish-1) were fed diets with 0%, 12% or 24% CM ...

Author(s)
Hixson, S. M.; Parrish, C. C.; Wells, J. S.; Winkowski, E. M.; Anderson, D. M.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 2016, 47, 8, pp 2607-2622
Abstract

Farmed Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) is known to grow large liver, while muscle growth is preferred. Therefore, the main focus of this feeding trial was to find a strategy to achieve reduced liver size without compromising total growth, feed utilization, digestibility of nutrients or fish health....

Author(s)
Lekva, A.; Hansen, A. C.; Rosenlund, G.; Karlsen, Ø.; Hemre, G. I.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2010, 300, 1/4, pp 169-175
Abstract

In the marine environment, organisms from lower trophic levels seem as a good alternative to the traditional meal and oil sources. In the present study, meals were produced from Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), Arctic krill (Thysanoessa inermis) and the Arctic amphipod Themisto libellula. Diets ...

Author(s)
Moren, M.; Suontama, J.; Hemre, G. I.; Karlsen, Ø.; Olsen, R. E.; Mundheim, H.; Julshamn, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2006, 261, 1, pp 174-181
Abstract

Meals produced from different marine invertebrate species have been suggested as good alternative protein sources in fish diets. The aim of this study was to evaluate the possible uptake of fluorine from krill (Thysanoessa inermis and Euphausia superba) and the amphipod Themisto libelulla in fish ...

Author(s)
Moren, M.; Malde, M. K.; Olsen, R. E.; Hemre, G. I.; Dahl, L.; Karlsen, Ø.; Julshamn, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2007, 269, 1/4, pp 525-531

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