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The study was carried out to evaluate wedge wire screen as a potential tool for collecting fish faeces from the tank outlet water. Apparent digestibility (AD) estimates of carbon (ADC), nitrogen (ADN), sulphur (ADS), organic material (ADORG) and individual amino acids obtained by the wire screen...

Author(s)
Shomorin, G. O.; Storebakken, T.; Kraugerud, O. F.; Øverland, M.; Hansen, B. R.; Hansen, J.Ø.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, 2019, 504, pp 81-87
Abstract

Both the protection of sustainable aquaculture sources and production of low cost fish feeds via using of alternative cheaper protein sources instead of fish meal is one of the most important aims of feed producers. Soybean and soybean products are the most attractive feed stuffs in finfish feeds...

Author(s)
Bİlguven, M.; Barİs, M.
Publisher
Medwell Online, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 2012, 11, 10, pp 1522-1526
Abstract

Increasing price and reduced availability of fish meal have prompted feed manufacturers and aquaculture producers to search for sustainable and economical alternative protein sources. The majority of these have come from plants, and many, for example soybean meal, have been successfully...

Author(s)
Welker, T. L.; Lim, C.; Barrows, F. T.; Liu, K. S.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Feed Science and Technology, 2014, 195, pp 47-57
Abstract

To estimate the quantitative adequacy of amino acids in practical dietary proteins, free amino acid (FAA) levels in various tissues of rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, fed different protein sources were compared. Four diets, the proteins of which were derived mainly from fish meal (FM diet),...

Author(s)
Yamamoto, T.; Unuma, T.; Akiyama, T.
Citation
Fisheries Science, 2000, 66, 2, pp 310-320
Abstract

Apparent and true availability of phosphorus from feedstuffs given to rainbow trout were studied. Feeds evaluated were anchovy meal, sardine meal, menhaden meal, herring meal, spray-dried blood meal, flame-dried blood meal, poultry byproduct meal, canola rapeseed meal, solvent-extracted soyabean...

Author(s)
Riche, M.; Brown, P. B.
Citation
Aquaculture, 1996, 142, 3/4, pp 269-282
Abstract

High (>40%) dietary levels of soya protein, isonitrogenously and isoenergetically substituted for fish meal, result in diminished fish growth and efficiency of feed utilization. Much of this has been attributed to antinutritional factors (ANF) in soya protein, such as protease inhibitors, lectins...

Author(s)
Rumsey, G. L.; Endres, J. G.; Bowser, P. R.; Earnest-Koons, K. A.; Anderson, D. P.; Siwicki, A. K.
Publisher
AOCS Press, Champaign, USA
Citation
Nutrition and utilization technology in aquaculture., 1995, pp 166-188

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