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Title: Effects of feeding shrimp soluble and shrimp meal produced from shrimp wastes on the growth of fresh water prawn
Authors: Deng-Fwu HWANG;Sen-Shyong JENG
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:食品科學系
Date: 1985
Issue Date: 2016-11-24T08:48:56Z
Publisher: J. Fish. Soc. Taiwan
Abstract: Abstract: Sea shrimp waste was dried to shrimp meal and autodigested to shrimp soluble. It was found that the optimum condition for autodigestion was for 4 hours at pH 3.58. A basal di was prepared by using cas in as the protein source, and supplemented with various ingredients. The basal diet was compared with 2 market feeds. It was found that the feeding eff,巴 ct of the basal diet was equal to or better than that of the market fì巴巴ds. Different proportions of shrimp meal and shrimp soluble were added to the basal diet. The feeding effect of the diets on the growth of the fresh water prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii was observed. It was found that after 10 weeks of feeding, the average weight of the prawns fed with the diet supplemented with shrimp soluble was 1.4 times higher than of the controls, whi1e those fed with the diet supplemented with shrimp meal were 1.2 times heavi than the control group. The addition of shrimp soluble or shrimp meal to the diet was effective in promoting the growth of the prawn.
Relation: 12(1)
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/39165
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