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Utilization of Sorghum Distillery Residue to Formulate Cold-Tolerant Fish Feed---Using Fish Blood Characteristics and Functional Properties as Indices
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Food Science|
|Issue Date: ||2011-06-28T05:51:55Z
Abstract:This study is mainly designed to establish blood characteristics and growth rate in tilapia and grey mullet during cold-stress, and to improve the utilization of sorghum distillery residue (SDR), which has been a waste product produced at 250 tons per day in Kinmen Kaoliang Liquor Co. SDR was previously tested and showed evidence of improving blood properties of cultured grey mullet in winter. In this study, bioactive compounds having anti-cold stress function will be separated and identified. This objective of this study is using grey mullet and tilapia as animal models to be cultured in fish farm and aquria respectively, to study the blood biochemistry, to elucidate the anti-cold function of SDR and the mechanism to improve growth and to prevent fish mortality during winter. We will pretreat the SDR to develop a feed that may enhance blood circulation and growth rate in tialipa and grey mullet to bear low-temperature environment. Thus the fish can grow at lower culture temperature to reduce the cost of fuel consumption in closed-circulation systems as an energy-saving system.
|Appears in Collections:||[食品科學系] 研究計畫|
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