Effects of different feeding levels during day and/or night on growth and brush-border enzyme activity in juvenile Lates calcarifer reared in freshwater re-circulating tanks

@inproceedings{Harpaz2005EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of different feeding levels during day and/or night on growth and brush-border enzyme activity in juvenile Lates calcarifer reared in freshwater re-circulating tanks},
  author={Sheenan Harpaz and Yaniv Hakim and Assaf Barki and I. P. Karplus and Tatiyana Slosman and Orhan Tufan Eroldoğan},
  year={2005}
}
The Asian sea bass is a carnivorous, euryhaline species originating in seawater. It is currently being reared under intensive conditions in freshwater re-circulating ponds. The effects of feeding juvenile Asian sea bass at different levels during the day and/or night on their growth performance and on the activity of the brush border enzymes were evaluated in closed, freshwater re-circulating tanks. Contrary to previous published data, the results of the present study showed that the feeding… CONTINUE READING
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