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Can Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) grow on diets devoid of fish meal
The present experiment tested whether Atlantic salmon accept, grow and utilise diets devoid of fish meal. Four diets were prepared, one reference diet in which 49% of the diet was fish meal and threeExpand
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Novel production of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) protein based on combined replacement of fish meal and fish oil with plant meal and vegetable oil blends
The aim of the present study was to combine maximum replacement of fish meal and fish oil with plant ingredients in feed for Atlantic salmon, in order to gain a sound and sustainable net fish proteinExpand
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Assessment of lysine requirement for maximal protein accretion in Atlantic salmon using plant protein diets
Abstract Two trials (I and II) were conducted to finally determine the Lys requirement in the Atlantic salmon during the fast growing period in seawater. First three test diets with well balancedExpand
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Differences in digestion and absorption of dietary protein in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) with genetically different trypsin isozymes
Digestion and absorption of dietary protein were studied through facilitation of amino acid in the plasma and white muscle after a single feeding. The comparison was made between Atlantic salmon withExpand
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Texture, gaping and colour of fresh and frozen Atlantic salmon flesh as affected by pre-slaughter iso-eugenol or CO2 anaesthesia
Abstract Farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) were slaughtered at an average weight of 5.5 kg in May 2001 under either traditional CO2 anaesthesia (denoted high stress) or a two-step iso-eugenolExpand
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Nutrient utilization in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) fed increased levels of fish protein hydrolysate during a period of fast growth
The present work was designed to study whether changes in dietary protein quality by means of partial inclusion of fish protein hydrolysate (FPH) would alter fish growth, feed utilization, proteinExpand
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Development and characterisation of some intestinal enzymes in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) and Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.) larvae
Abstract To determine the status of development of the intestine, the activities of intestinal leucine–alanine peptidase (Leu–ala), brush border membrane (bbm)-bound alkaline phosphatase (AP) andExpand
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Nutrient composition and metamorphosis success of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus, L.) larvae fed natural zooplankton or Artemia
Atlantic halibut larvae were fed docosohexanoic acid- (DHA) selco enriched Artemia (RH-cysts) or wild zooplankton in duplicate tanks from first-feeding and 60 days onward. The zooplankton wereExpand
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Methionine intake affect hepatic sulphur metabolism in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar
Abstract Atlantic salmon with body weight of 493 g were fed 6 graded levels of methionine in diets based on plant proteins for a period of 85 days with the aim to test whether methionine intakeExpand
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Fish silage prepared from different cooked and uncooked raw materials: chemical changes during storage at different temperatures
Four silage types were prepared from raw and cooked whole herring, whole mackerel, by-products from the filleting-line of cod and saithe, and from the viscera of cod. Each silage type was stored atExpand
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