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Efeito do nível de proteína no crescimento do yaque Leiarius marmoratus (Gill, 1870), sob condiçöes de cultivo

  title={Efeito do n{\'i}vel de prote{\'i}na no crescimento do yaque Leiarius marmoratus (Gill, 1870), sob condiç{\"o}es de cultivo},
  author={Ricardo Murillo-Pacheco and Nubia E Cruz-Casallas and Juan A. Ram{\'i}rez-Merlano and Lili J Marciales-Caro and V{\'i}ctor M. Medina-Robles and Pablo E. Cruz-Casallas},
Resumen El yaque Leiarius marmoratus ha sido considerada una especie de facil adaptacion al consumo de alimentos secos y por lo tanto con potencial para acuicultura; sin embargo, su comportamiento productivo bajo condiciones de cultivo aun no ha sido suficientemente evaluado En consecuencia, el objetivo de este trabajo fue estudiar la ganancia total de peso ( GP ), la ganancia diaria de peso ( GDP ), la conversion alimenticia ( CA ), la tasa de crecimiento especifica ( TCE ), el factor de… 


Utilización de organismos vivos como primera alimentación de larvas de yaque (Leiarius marmoratus) bajo condiciones de laboratorio
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Feed intake and growth of red tilapia at different stocking densities in ponds in Indonesia
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Effects of Dietary Protein Concentration and Feeding Regimen on Channel Catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, Production
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Ion fluxes in silver catfish (Rhamdia quelen) juveniles exposed to different dissolved oxygen levels
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Ensayos preliminares de reproducción indu - cida del yaque , Leiarius marmoratus ( Gill , 1870 ) ( Pisces : Siluriformes : Pimelodiade ) en la Orinoquía Colombiana
  • Bol Cien INPA
  • 1997