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Marine yeasts used in aquaculture disease control can also be an important protein source for improving feeding and nutrition of crustaceans. Yarrowia lipolytica has been studied for its capacity to secrete heterologous proteins and high content of unsaturated fatty acids, beta-glucan, and mannane...

Author(s)
Álvarez-Sánchez, A. R.; Co-Soria, H. N.; Peña-Rodríguez, A.; Ruíz, H. M.
Publisher
Central Fisheries Research Institute (CFRI), Trabzon, Turkey
Citation
Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2018, 18, 3, pp 395-404
AbstractFull Text

Present study was undertaken to study Soybean meal (SBM) and Cyclop-eeze (CE) meal were used at three different protein levels (25%, 30% and 35%). The growth performance of L. vannamei was found to be best when fed with diet CE30 (7.75 gm) and least with control diet (5.90 gm). L. vannamei fed on...

Author(s)
Prakash, Ch. B.; Reddy, C. P. K.; Ghosh, T. K.; Ramalingaiah, D.; Kanudan, S. C.
Publisher
Dr P. R. Yadav, Muzaffrnagar, India
Citation
Journal of Experimental Zoology, India, 2016, 19, 1, pp 205-213
Abstract

This study evaluated the potential of green water meal (GWM) as an ingredient in the diets for early juvenile Pacific white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei. Five isonitrogenous and isolipidic diets were formulated with 0% (control diet), 10, 20, 30, and 40% (GWM0, GWM10, GWM20, GWM30, and GWM40,...

Author(s)
Basri, N. A.; Sitti Raehanah, M. S.; Matanjun, P.; Noor, N. M.; Shapawi, R.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Applied Phycology, 2015, 27, 2, pp 857-863
Abstract

We tested a 50% reduction in feeding rate of Litopenaeus vannamei at stocking densities of 15 to 35 post-larvae/m2 in conjunction with periodic pond fertilization with 35 kg/ha of urea and 12 kg/ha of triple super phosphate. Two commercial diets with 35% protein foods were fed for 84 days. Survival ...

Author(s)
Carvajal-Valdes, R.; Arjona, E.; Bueno, G.
Publisher
Asian Research Publishing Network - ARPN, Islamabad, Pakistan
Citation
Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science, 2012, 7, 11, pp 899-904
Abstract

The replacement of marine proteins with vegetable proteins or terrestrial animal byproducts in aquaculture diets has been gaining momentum. This study examines the viability of replacing fish meal in shrimp production diets with alternative protein sources (combinations of vegetable proteins) in...

Author(s)
Roy, L. A.; Bordinhon, A.; Sookying, D.; Davis, D. A.; Brown, T. W.; Whitis, G. N.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 2009, 40, 4, pp 496-503
Abstract

The use of a yeast-based alternative protein source (NuPro) for shrimp feeding was studied using Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei raised under organically certified production practices. NuPro contains a well-balanced amino acid profile and a crude protein level of <50%. Four 1.8-hectare ponds were stocked with PL12-16 Pacific white shrimp at a rate of 180 000 PL/pond. Three ponds were randomly assigned to the diet containing NuPro, while one pond was designated as control and was given traditional fish meal-based diet. Compost from a dairy herd was applied at a rate of 51 kg/ha every two weeks. Initially, feed was applied at 18...

Author(s)
Craig, S. R.; McLean, E.; Reid, B.
Publisher
Perendale Publishers, Cheltenham, UK
Citation
International Aquafeed, 2006, 9, 2, pp 12-14
AbstractFull Text

This article presents three separate studies on the use of NuPro, an organically certified yeast product, as an alternative protein source for tilapia Oreochromis niloticus, Pacific white shrimp and cobia Rachycentron canadum. The trial in tilapia showed that NuPro can effectively replace 100% of...

Author(s)
Craig, S. R.; McLean, E.
Publisher
Alltech UK, Stamford, UK
Citation
Nutritional biotechnology in the feed and food industries. Proceedings of Alltech's 21st Annual Symposium, Lexington, Kentucky, USA, 22-25 May 2005, 2005, pp 285-293
Abstract

This study was conducted to investigate the effects of dietary protein level (29.31, 33.19, 37.11, 41.45, 45.58 and 49.03%) on growth performance, whole body and muscle nutritional components and biochemistry in Pacific white shrimp during juvenile and grow up stages. Fish meal, wheat gluten meal,...

Author(s)
Huang WenWen; Zheng ChangQu; Huo YaWen; Li Ming; Zhou QiCun
Publisher
Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Beijing, China
Citation
Chinese Journal of Animal Nutrition, 2014, 26, 9, pp 2675-2686
Abstract

L. vannamei postlarvae are normally raised with a protein dense diet (50% protein) rich in fishmeal. Part of the protein is utilized for energy purpose instead of protein synthesis. Based on a previous energy partitioning study, the effects of two isoenergetic compounded feed treatments - animal...

Author(s)
Jiménez-Yan, L.; Brito, A.; Cuzon, G.; Gaxiola, G.; García, T.; Taboada, G.; Soto, L. A.; Brito, R.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2006, 260, 1/4, pp 337-345
Abstract

The present study aimed to investigate the potential use of the differing natural nitrogen stable isotope ratios in plant- and fish-sourced dietary components in the assessment of their relative utilisation in compound diets. Pacific white shrimp postlarvae (2.0±0.6 mg ww) and juveniles (414±11 mg...

Author(s)
Gamboa-Delgado, J.; Vay, L. le
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Aquaculture, 2009, 291, 1/2, pp 115-123

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