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This paper discusses a more fundamental stepwise approach to the problem of supplying alternative protein sources for aquafeeds using applied enzyme technology. A case study following the same principles as the stepwise approach using enzyme-processed feather protein for aquaculture feed as an...

Author(s)
Woodgate, S. L.
Publisher
Alltech UK, Stamford, UK
Citation
Nutritional biotechnology in the feed and food industries. Proceedings of Alltech's 20th Annual Symposium: re-imagining the feed industry, Lexington, Kentucky, USA, 23-26 May 2004, 2004, pp 449-456
Abstract

A summary of the research into the use of alternative protein sources for fish feeding is presented. Most high-value species of fish raised by aquaculture are carnivores requiring feeds containing protein levels of ≥400 g/kg, generally supplied by fish meal. World fish meal production is not...

Author(s)
Hardy, R. W.
Citation
Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1996, 59, 1/3, pp 71-80
Abstract

Extruded floating pellets marked with 1% lead glass microballs dispensed by automatic feeders containing different combinations of glycine betaine, beet protein hydrolysate, shrimp meal, shrimp meal hydrolysate, fish meal hydrolysate and soya lecithin or basal diet was fed to rainbow trout 1-year...

Author(s)
Koskela, J.; Pirhonen, J.; Virtanen, E.
Publisher
INRA Editions, Versailles, France
Citation
Fish nutrition in practice: 4th international symposium on fish nutrition and feeding. Biarritz, France, June 24-27, 1991., 1993, pp 419-427