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Freshwater fish species account for almost 50% of the world's aquaculture production, with tilapia, carp and catfish representing the primary culture species. These species are cultured in numerous countries as they have adaptable feeding habits, respond well to a wide variety of culture...

Davis, D.; Nguyen, T.; Li, M.; Gatlin, D. M., III; O'Keefe, T.
Woodhead Publishing Ltd, Cambridge, UK
New technologies in aquaculture: improving production efficiency, quality and environmental management, 2009, pp 440-458
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Sewage water, treated or untreated, municipal or otherwise, contains potential nutritional resources. Chemically it is difficult as well as uneconomical to extract them. These can be eaten by fish directly or through food chains, and thus can be converted to animal protein naturally. Pisciculture...

Bansal, M. L.; Jaspal Singh
Agricultural Research Communication Centre, Karnal, India
Agricultural Reviews, 2009, 30, 3, pp 157-166

The digestibility of feed mixtures containing fish meal or poultry meal or wheat meal or maize meal or guar gum by carp, tilapia (Oreochromis aureus × O. niloticus) and African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) was investigated. Protein from poultry sources was digested better by tilapia than by carp or ...

Degani, G.; Revach, A.
Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, 1991, 22, 4, pp 397-403

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