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The lysine requirements of carp are among the highest of aquatic animals. Soyabean meal is a common partial protein source for carp feeds in Israel. However, the availability of lysine in soyabean meal is lower for carp than for other monogastric animals. In addition, soyabean meal contains about...

Viola, S.; Lahav, E.
Israeli Journal of Aquaculture, 1991, 43, 3, pp 112-118

In tank experiments phosphorus (6.5% dicalcium or monocalcium phosphates) was added to 2 diets with fish meal as the main protein source and a algal meal to replace it. Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) grew significantly more than fish given the same diets without the P supplement. In pond experiments ...

Hepher, B.; Sandbank, S.
Aquaculture, 1984, 36, 4, pp 323-332