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Effect of feeding frequency on growth, feed utilization, body composition and waste output of juvenile golden pompano (Trachinotus ovatus) reared in net pens
It is suggested that the formulated diet can satisfy nutrient requirements of juvenile golden pompano reared in net pens, and the suitable feeding frequency is 3 meals per day. Expand
Ontogenetic development of the digestive system in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi larvae
This study shows the quick development of the digestive system in yellowtail kingfish, and the results should lead to a better understanding of the ontogeny of fast-growing fish larvae and improvement of larval rearing success in hatcheries. Expand
Growth, body composition, respiration and ambient ammonia nitrogen tolerance of the juvenile white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, at different salinities
Abstract Trials were conducted in laboratory to investigate the growth performance, body composition, respiration and ammonia-N tolerance of the white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei , at 3.0, 17.0 andExpand
Synergistic impacts of heat shock and spawning on the physiology and immune health of Crassostrea gigas: an explanation for summer mortality in Pacific oysters.
The hypothesis that the energy expended during reproduction compromises the thermotolerance and immune status of oysters, leaving them easily subject to mortality if heat stress occurs in postspawning stage is supported. Expand
Biology of Moina mongolica (Moinidae, Cladocera) and perspective as live food for marine fish larvae: review
This cladoceran has the characteristics of wide salinity adaptation, rapid reproduction and ease of mass culture, and the review highlights its potential as live food for marine fish larvae. Expand
Monthly variation of condition index, energy reserves and antibacterial activity in Pacific oysters, Crassostrea gigas, in Stansbury (South Australia)
In a lean water environment, spawning events significantly regulate metabolic and immune capacities of oysters and a second year of rearing increased meat and shell weight but not the shell length, indicating that the period of post-spawning is critical for oyster health. Expand
Comparison of digestive and antioxidant enzymes activities, haemolymph oxyhemocyanin contents and hepatopancreas histology of white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, at various salinities
Results indicated that L. vannamei fed at a high level of nutrition, maintained metabolism and oxygen-carrying capacity to meet their energy requirement at low salinity, andLow salinity had stimulated the production of radicals for scavenging, and the activities increase of SOD and CAT for scaventing radicals insured the healthy status of L.vannamee in a certain degree. Expand
Effects of replacement of dietary fish oil by soybean oil on growth performance and liver biochemical composition in juvenile black seabream, Acanthopagrus schlegeli
The results indicated that the inclusion of soybean oil increased the hepatic α-tocopherol content and reduced lipid peroxidation in fish, however, complete substitution of fish oil with soybeanOil reduced growth efficiency. Expand
Ontogenetic development of digestive enzymes in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi larvae
The composition of digestive enzymes indicates that yellowtail kingfish is able to digest protein, lipid and carbohydrates at an early stage, however, due to the low level of amylase specific activity after 18 DAH, the carbohydrate component should remain at a low level in formulated diets for fish larvae. Expand
Comparison of growth and lipid content in three Botryococcus braunii strains
  • Y. Li, J. Qin
  • Biology
  • Journal of Applied Phycology
  • 19 September 2005
The results indicate that theCHN strain and the UK strain grow faster than the JAP strain, but the UK and JAP strains produce more lipids than the CHN strain. Expand