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Title: Substitution of Defatted Soybean Meal with Condensed Molasses Fermentation Soluble in Diets for Fingerling Milkfish (Chanos Chanos Forsskal)
Authors: Yew-Hu Chien;Ching-Cgang Chen
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Aquaculture
Keywords: Milhfish (Chanos);Soybean meal;Condensed molasses fermentation soluble;Growth;Feed efficiency;Body composition
Date: 2007-02-20
Issue Date: 2011-10-21T02:18:43Z
Publisher: Journal of Fishery Society of Taiwan
Abstract: Abstract:Condensed molasses fermentation soluble(CMS)is a byproduct of production of lysine or monosodium glutamate.CMS is now mostly used as fertilizer or for pasture enrichment at low price.Only a couple studies have been conducted to use it as fish feed ingredient.A feeding trial was conducted in outdoor tiberglass reintorced polyethylene tanks with fingerling milkfish(Chanos chanos)to investigate the feasibility of using CMS as a protein source replacement for defatted soybean (SBM) in a practical diet.The basal diet contained 9.9% fishmeal,5.0% SBM and 33.3% defatted SBM as major protein sources providing for 32% dietary crude protein level in which the defatted SBM fraction was replaced by CMS mixture from 0-100% at a 20% interval,or the defatted SBM protein fraction was replaced by CMS protein from 0-36% at a 6% interval.CMS mixture was made of mixing thoroughly 50% CMS,30% lupins seed meal,10% wheat flour midding,5% rice bran,and 5% rice hull,drying,and grinding to powder.These 6 experimental diets were fed to fish at triplicate each diet for 9 weeks.The results indicated that as CMS mixture level increased,growth performance and feed efficiency decrease,which could be attributed to higher fiber content mainl coming from rice hull,lower energy,and more unbalanced amino acid profile in CMS than in defatted SBM.However,20% CMS mixture replacement(or 6% CMS protein replacement)did not make difference in growth performance and feed efficiency.Therefore,CMS can still be considered as a promising alternative protein source for partial substitute of soybean meal in the practical diet of tilapia.
Relation: 34(1), pp.11-20
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/26797
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