Fatty acid composition of the estuarine amphipod, Melita plumulosa (Zeidler): link between diet and fecundity.

@article{Hyne2009FattyAC,
  title={Fatty acid composition of the estuarine amphipod, Melita plumulosa (Zeidler): link between diet and fecundity.},
  author={Ross V. Hyne and Francisco S{\'a}nchez-Bayo and Ashley D Bryan and Emma L. Johnston and Reinier M. Mann},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry},
  year={2009},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={123-32}
}
The influence of various diets on the survival, fecundity, and the polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) composition of the benthic estuarine amphipod Melita plumulosa (Zeidler) in laboratory cultures were determined. Apart from a natural silty sediment, six commercial food supplements were examined: an omega-6 PUFA enriched Spirulina-based dry powder, Sera micron; a shrimp-based pellet food; an omega-3 PUFA enriched algal paste, Rotiselco-ALG; an omega-6 PUFA enriched algal dry powder, AlgaMac-ARA… CONTINUE READING
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