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Effects of dietary protein and lipid levels on growth, feed utilization and body composition of juvenile snubnose pompano (Trachinotus blochii)
25/05/23 08:56AM
Viet, Le Q; Hien, Tran T T; Tu, Tran L C; Khoa, Tran N D; Linh, Dao T N; et al.  Aquaculture, Aquarium, Conservation & Legislation; Cluj-Napoca Vol. 15, Iss. 6, (Dec 2022): 2840-2849.

Abstract. The study aimed to determine dietary protein and lipid requirements for Trachinotus blochii juvenile. The experiment was consisted of two factors: four protein levels (35%, 40%, 45%, 50%) and 3 lipid levels (6%, 9%, 12%). The fish were initially stocked in tanks at the density of 30 inds tank-1. T. blochii survival was not significantly affected by dietary protein or lipid (98.3-100%). The growth increased with increasing protein levels and peaking at 50% protein. The best growth rates and feed efficiency were observed in the diet containing 9% lipid. Dietary lipid from 9 to 12% did not induce protein-sparing action. The hepatic somatic index (HSI) and the visceral somatic index (VSI) decreased with increasing dietary protein content. The results highlight that diets containing 50% protein and 9% lipids are suitable for the optimal nursing of T. blochii juveniles.

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