2 edition of Energy utilization by young grass carp fed different diets found in the catalog.
Energy utilization by young grass carp fed different diets
Written in English
|Statement||by Zheng Wei Cai.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||137|
 Fu S growth performance of southern catfish fed diets with raw,precooked cornstarch and glucose at two levels[J].Aquaculture Nutrition,,11(4)?doiCode=/SP.J. Grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus; n = ) were received four different diets for 56 days. The experimental diets were: fishmeal (FM) containing 10% fishmeal (without rapeseed meal), and rapeseed meal (RM) containing 50% rapeseed meal (without fishmeal), and two semi-purified diets either without (T0) or with % (T1) supplemental hydrolysable ://
Effect of Multi-Enzyme Mixtures on Performance and Nutrient Utilization in Broilers Fed Diets Containing Different Types of Cereals and Industrial By-Products. The Journal of Poultry Science , DOI: /jpsa Sahng-Wook Hahm, Heyin Son, Wook Kim, Young Methionine hydroxy analogue improves intestinal immunological and physical barrier function in young grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). Fish & Shellfish Immunology , 64, DOI: / Jie He, Fujun Xuan, Hui Shi, Jianjun Xie, Wei Wang, Gengshen Wang, Wenjun ://
He J.G., Tian L.X. and Liu Y.J. * () Utilization of different dietary lipid sources at high level in herbivorous grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella): mechanism related to hepatic fatty acid :// in an experiment on feeding of grass carp with four experimental diets, it was observed that large carps fed duckweed, catfish chow and catfish chow-rye grass diets ingested equal amounts of total protein, but did not grow at equal rates. If essential amino acids are lacking, fish will utilize nutrients for energy rather than growth (Stanley review/Awodi Naomi Onyechepdf.
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Energy utilization by young grass carp fed different diets. Abstract. Graduation date: Effects of diet on food energy utilization by grass\ud carp fed aquatic plants or formulated diets with varied\ud lipid sources and levels are presented in three\ud manuscripts.
Significant effects of diet on food\ud consumption, digestion, growth Young grass carp held under laboratory conditions were fed either duckweed or tubificid worms.
Food consumption (C), faecal production (F), excretion (U), metabolism (R) and growth (G) were estimated for fish fed both fed tubificid worms had higher growth rates than those fed duckweed, in terms of wet weight, dry matter, protein, lipid and :// Laboratory observations on the circadian feeding patterns in the grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella Val.) fed three different diets.
Aquaculture, Cui, Y.B., Chen, S.L., Wang, S.M., Effect of temperature on the energy budget of the grass carp, Ctenopharyngodon Energy utilization by young grass carp fed different diets book Val.
Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica, (in To investigate the effects of dietary copper (Cu) on fish growth, digestive and absorptive enzyme activities, and antioxidant status in the hepatopancreas and intestine, young grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) (± g) were fed six diets containing (basal diet), and mg Cu /kg diet for 8 weeks.
Results showed that percentage weight gain (PWG) and For young tilapia, the diet with 30% protein gave better feed conversion ratios (Table 4) than diets with 40%, 20% and 50%, in increasing order.
66 TABLE 2 Stocking rate, survival rate, growth and food conversion ratios of 0. niloticus fry fed different levels of dietary protein for 98 days Tank Number and weight of fish Weight increase Feed Purchase Energy Metabolism - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN Six groups of grass carp (average weight ± g) were fed diets containing, and mg choline/kg, for 8 weeks.
Fish growth, and muscle nutrient (protein, fat and amino acid) content of young grass carp were significantly improved by appropriate dietary :// Determination of morphological characteristics. Grass carp fed with duckweed (Group C) had significantly higher relative length of gut (gut length/body length) than fish before food habit transition (Group A) or those without transition (fed with chironomid larvae) (Group B) (Figure 1).Moreover, fish fed with duckweed (Group C) had significantly higher growth than those fed with chironomid He J.G., Tian L.X.
and Liu Y.J.* () Utilization of different dietary lipid sources at high level in herbivorous grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella): mechanism related to hepatic fatty acid oxidation.
Aquaculture Nutrit － * 通讯作者 Common carp fed wheat bran at 3% body weight 3 times per day had better growth, feed conversion, DM in carcass, protein and energy retention than carp fed rice bran (extruded or not), but performance was lower than for carp fed biscuit wastes and wheat middlings (Shalaby et al., ).
In carp fed a diet containing % of the test ingredient Grass carp fed with plant diets had significantly higher relative length of gut than grass carp fed with animal diets.
The differentially expressed genes involved in cell proliferation and differentiation, appetite control, circadian rhythm, and digestion and metabolism pathways might play important roles in utilization of diets with different Furuichi and Yone () compared the utilization of carbohydrates by common carp, red seabream, and yellowtail.
Growth retardation and low feed efficiency were noticed in common carp fed diets containing over 40 percent dextrin, red seabream fed over 30 percent dextrin, and yellowtail fed over 20 percent Most performance indices of shrimp fed the LF+P diets were similar to the HF diet.
Among the digestive enzymes, trypsin, lipase and amylase activity in hepatopancreas of shrimp fed LF+P diets ( U mg 1 protein 32 U g 1 protein, respectively) were higher than those fed the LF diets but lower than the HF diets (P Table 3: Growth performance and feed utilization of juvenile grass carp fed experimental diets at the end of the growth trial Diets IBW1 FBW2 Survival WG3 FCR4 PR5 Reference group ± ±a ± ±a ±b ±a › 百度文库 › 行业资料.
Utilization of genetically modified soybean meal in Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus diets Methanogenic archaeal communities developed in paddy fields in the Kojima Bay polder, estimated by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis, The results of the present study indicate that CSM protein could be incorporated in diets for juvenile grass carp at a level of %, which could replace 35% of the protein of SBM, without any adverse effect on growth or health impact while fish fed diet containing higher level of dietary CSM ( and %) significantly decreased WG and Table 3: Body composition of juvenile grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) fed the diets with different protein and lipid levels at 26 ± 2 oC of water temperature for 90 days In addition, the P1L2 diet group had the high-est ADC values for protein, lipid and energy, and the P2L3 diet group the lowest (P The effect of choline and cystine on the utilisation of methionine for protein accretion, remethylation and trans-sulfuration in juvenile shrimp Penaeus monodon - Volume Issue 6 - Lenaïg Richard, Christiane Vachot, Anne Surget, Vincent Rigolet, Sadasivam J.
Kaushik, Inge Geurden The apparent digestibility of protein, fats, carbohydrate and energy within three feed ingredients (wheat, barley and corn) for common carp, Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, was studied, using chromic A study was undertaken to determine the effect of dietary lipid level on growth, feed efficiency and body chemical composition of juvenile grass carp.
Seven isonitrogenous diets ( g kg−1 crude protein) containing seven dietary lipid level (0, 20, 40, 60, 80, and g kg−1 dry matter) were fed to triplicate groups of 40 fish with initial weight g, for 70 days.
No obvious and. Utilization of plant proteins in fish diets: effects of global demand and supplies of fishmeal (Oreochromis niloticus) fed different quality diets, Aquaculture, /lture absorption, and metabolism among different intestinal segments in grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella), Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, 10 Four groups of grass carp (16 tanks) were fed three times daily to satiation with kJ gross energy/g diet (control, CON), kJ gross energy/g diet (more energy supplied by proteins, HP), kJ gross energy/g diet (more energy supplied by fat, HF), and kJ gross energy/g diet (more energy supplied by carbohydrate, HC) for 11 weeks ADC of dry matter was not different (P > ) between fish fed the two diets at 18 °C, but at 25 °C, we observed a higher ADC value in fish fed the FM diet than in those fed the SPC ://