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Ontogeny of the gastrointestinal tract of marine fish larvae
Marine fish larvae undergo major morphological and cellular changes during the first month of life. The ontogeny of the gastrointestinal tract combines these two aspects of the larval development andExpand
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Ontogeny of the gastrointestinal tract of marine fish larvae.
Marine fish larvae undergo major morphological and cellular changes during the first month of life. The ontogeny of the gastrointestinal tract combines these two aspects of the larval development andExpand
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Nutritional components affecting skeletal development in fish larvae
Marine fish larvae undergo major functional and morphological changes during the developmental stages and several factors can interfere with the normal development of larvae and affect fry quality.Expand
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Development of digestive enzymes in larvae of Solea senegalensis, Kaup 1858
Abstract The activities of some digestive enzymes were studied in sole larvae fed live prey from first feeding until the first month of life. Whole larvae body homogenates were used for enzymaticExpand
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Protein hydrolysate vs. fish meal in compound diets for 10-day old sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax larvae
Abstract Four groups of Dicentrarchus labrax larvae were fed from day 10 post-hatching to day 41 with four isoenergetic and isonitrogenous (60%) compound diets differing only by the incorporationExpand
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Ontogeny and physiology of the digestive system of marine fish larvae
The ontogeny of the digestive tract of marine fish larvae has been the subject of many studies these last twenty years. Beyond the scientific interest for such animal species, particularly forExpand
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Development and response to a diet change of some digestive enzymes in sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) larvae
Variations in some enzyme activities during larval development of sea bass fed live prey were investigated from hatching to day 40. Fluctuations in the enzyme specific activities (except for trypsin)Expand
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Farmed and wild fish in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases: assessing possible differences in lipid nutritional values.
AIM The consumption of fish and fish-derived products is recommended as a means of preventing cardiovascular and other diseases, and has considerably increased over recent decades. However, as theExpand
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Substitution of live food by formulated diets in marine fish larvae
Until recently, it was considered impossible to feed newly hatched marine fish species with a compound diet. Substituting a compound diet for live prey was performed several weeks after hatching,Expand
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Effect of dietary phospholipid level and phospholipid:neutral lipid value on the development of sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) larvae fed a compound diet
The aim of the study was to determine the influence of dietary phospholipid concentration on survival and development in sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) larvae. Larvae were fed from day 9 to day 40Expand
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