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Abstract A laboratory study and a pilot-scale hatchery experiment were carried out to determine the acceptability of rapeseed products as protein supplements in diets for chinook salmon. ReplacementContinue Reading
  • J. R. Markert, Dave A Higgs, Helen M. Dye, D. W. MacQUARRIE
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of zoology
  • 1977
  • Paired groups of yearling coho salmon at 10 °C and on a natural photoperiod were fed twice daily either Oregon moist pellets (OMP) or a diet with poultry offal (PO) as the main protein source. TheContinue Reading
  • David A. Higgs, Ulf H.M. Fagerlund, +4 authors John Davidson
  • Biology
  • 1983 (First Published: 1 August 1983)
  • Abstract Juvenile chinook salmon, reared in freshwater, were fed isocaloric dry diets varying in protein (29, 39 and 49%), Altex canola meal (0, 11.5 and 23% of dietary protein by replacement of fishContinue Reading
    Abstract Canola oil, pork lard and herring oil singly and in various combinations were assessed as supplemental sources of dietary lipid for juvenile fall chinook salmon held in running, aeratedContinue Reading
    Abstract Canola oil, pork lard and herring oil singly and in combination were assessed as supplemental sources of dietary lipid for juvenile coho salmon held at 10–12°C on a natural photoperiod overContinue Reading
    Abstract The efficacy of varying diet moisture content (hardness) and composition and time of seawater entry in relation to swim-up was assessed over a 42-day period. Six dietary treatments and fourContinue Reading
    Abstract Duplicate groups of juvenile coho salmon ( Oncorhynchus kisutch ) were fed daily to satiation one of four “dry” diets. Diets contained either 35 (LP) or 51% (HP) protein and either 12 (LL)Continue Reading