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|Title: ||The evolution of prawn grow-out systems and their management in Taiwan|
|Authors: ||Chien, Y.H.;Liao, I C.;Yang, C.M.|
|Issue Date: ||2018-03-01T08:09:24Z
|Publisher: ||IChemE Symposium Series|
|Abstract: || Three different feed(tilapia pellets, 24% protein; eel feed, 44% protein
and trash fish flesh, 22% protein) were fed to Taiwanese red tilapia broodstlock
(Oreochromis mossambicus/O. niliticus hybrids) to investigate nutritional effects
on seed production. The broodstock used were 2-3years of age and were stocked
in duplicate concrete ponds (3.4m^2) each with 10 females and 2 males. The
critical weight ranges were 159-445g for females and 295-448g for males.Eggs,
yolk sac fry and fry were collected every 8-9days for 32 days.
Eel feed gave highest the total number of seed harvested (18,349) compared
to tilapia pellets (9,137) and trash fish (9,707). There results are discussed
in relation to feed compostion, female weight and pond area. The conclusion is
that feeding broodstock a high protein diet pays dividends in high seed production
and broodstock growth. The results are compared with those of similar studies on
|Relation: ||111, pp.143-168|
|Appears in Collections:||[廖一久院士專區] 期刊論文|
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