Fingerlings Maintained on Alternate Feeding of Plant and Animal Protein Based

  title={Fingerlings Maintained on Alternate Feeding of Plant and Animal Protein Based},
  author={A. K. Saha and A K Ray},
To understand fue applicability of mixed feeding sched­ ule in the fingerlings of the Indian major carp---rohu, Labeo rohita, an 80-day feeding experiment was conducted in the laboratory involving alternate feeding of plant and animal protein based diets with low and high levels of proteins, re­ spectively. Feeding one day with ooaked Leucaena ('suba­ bul' /'ipil-ipil') leaf meal based diet, followed by three days of animal protein (fish meal) based diet (feeding schedule 1S/3F) resulted in… CONTINUE READING

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