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Camelina meal (Camelina sativa) (CM) is a potential protein source for aquaculture feeds, on account of its crude protein level (380 g kg-1) and inclusion of most indispensable amino acids. Two experiments were conducted with rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)....

Author(s)
Hixson, S. M.; Parrish, C. C.; Wells, J. S.; Winkowski, E. M.; Anderson, D. M.; Bullerwell, C. N.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2016, 22, 3, pp 615-630
Abstract

The global expansion in aquaculture production implies an emerging need of suitable and sustainable protein sources. Currently, the fish feed industry is dependent on high-quality protein sources of marine and plant origin. Yeast derived from processing of low-value and non-food lignocellulosic...

Author(s)
Øverland, M.; Skrede, A.
Publisher
Wiley, Chichester, UK
Citation
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2017, 97, 3, pp 733-742
Abstract

The use of the yeasts Candida utilis, Kluyveromyces marxianus and Saccharomyces cerevisiae as protein sources in diets for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) pre-smolts was investigated. An 89 day study was conducted using triplicate groups of Atlantic salmon with 28 g initial weight kept in fresh...

Author(s)
Øverland, M.; Karlsson, A.; Mydland, L. T.; Romarheim, O. H.; Skrede, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2013, 402/403, pp 1-7
Abstract

The suitability of land animal by-products (ABPs) in feed for Atlantic salmon postsmolts (initial weight 372 g) in sea water was studied in a feeding experiment, using poultry by-product meal (PBM) and porcine blood meal (BM) as protein sources and poultry oil as fat source. Four extruded feeds...

Author(s)
Hatlen, B.; Jakobsen, J. V.; Crampton, V.; Alm, M.; Langmyhr, E.; Espe, M.; Hevrøy, E. M.; Torstensen, B. E.; Liland, N.; Waagbø, R.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2015, 21, 5, pp 714-725
Abstract

The effects of high levels of replacement of dietary fish meal (FM) by mixtures of plant protein (PP) sources on growth performance, lipid composition, protein and lipid digestibility and fatty acid profile were investigated in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar. Experimental diets containing 35% protein ...

Author(s)
Pratoomyot, J.; Bendiksen, E. Ǻ.; Bell, J. G.; Tocher, D. R.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2010, 305, 1/4, pp 124-132
Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate how diets containing partially deshelled or whole krill meals affected growth, digestibility of main nutrients, faecal excretion of minerals, fluoride accumulation, and organ indices and health parameters in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Three extruded...

Author(s)
Hansen, J.Ø.; Penn, M.; Øverland, M.; Shearer, K. D.; Krogdahl, Ǻ.; Mydland, L. T.; Storebakken, T.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2010, 310, 1/2, pp 164-172
Abstract

Diets containing 0, 4.5, 9, 18 or 36% of a bacterial protein meal (BPM) produced with methane as a carbon source, were fed for 48 days to triplicate groups of Atlantic salmon (initial weight 170 g) in respiration tanks supplied with 12°C seawater. In addition, a separate 15-day digestibility trial...

Author(s)
Aas, T. S.; Grisdale-Helland, B.; Terjesen, B. F.; Helland, S. J.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2006, 259, 1/4, pp 365-376
Abstract

This study was performed to evaluate the effect on fish growth performance by replacing fish meal with a blend of vegetable protein sources. Atlantic salmon were fed eight diets where the percentage of protein from fish meal to vegetable protein varied from 85.1%, 68.6%, 51.9% to 34.7%,...

Author(s)
Mundheim, H.; Aksnes, A.; Hope, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2004, 237, 1/4, pp 315-331
Abstract

The present experiment tested whether Atlantic salmon accept, grow and utilise diets devoid of fish meal. Four diets were prepared, one reference diet in which 49% of the diet was fish meal and three diets not containing any fish meal. The amino acid composition in the test diets not containing...

Author(s)
Espe, M.; Lemme, A.; Petri, A.; El-Mowafi, A.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2006, 255, 1/4, pp 255-262
Abstract

The present work was designed to study whether changes in dietary protein quality by means of partial inclusion of fish protein hydrolysate (FPH) would alter fish growth, feed utilization, protein retention and metabolism and fish health in general. FPH was produced after hydrolysing whole minced...

Author(s)
Hevrøy, E. M.; Espe, M.; Waagbø, R.; Sandnes, K.; Ruud, M.; Hemre, G. I.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Nutrition, 2005, 11, 4, pp 301-313

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