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Availability and effectiveness of free amino acids in aquaculture

@inproceedings{EvonikDegussa2011AvailabilityAE,
  title={Availability and effectiveness of free amino acids in aquaculture},
  author={Andreas Lemme Evonik-Degussa},
  year={2011}
}
While free amino acids are routinely used in feeds for terrestrial farm animals, it is – except for few aqua species – not commonly practiced in finfish and shrimp nutrition. Reasons for not using free amino acids are often related to doubts on the efficiency and availability of these ingredients. This paper discusses aspects on the availability and efficiency of supplemental amino acids in fish and shrimp nutrition and compiles recent studies but also references from literature providing… 

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