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Potential influence of probiotic bacteria on the growth gut microflora of Carassius auratus

  title={Potential influence of probiotic bacteria on the growth gut microflora of Carassius auratus},
  author={S. Subharanjani and R. Gunarani and P. Prema and G. Immanuel},
  journal={International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies},
The objectives of the present study were designed to evaluate the probiotic potential of selected probiotic strains on the growth and gut microflora of Carassius auratus. Standard methods were followed for analyzing Physico-chemical parameters of experimental water. Four different probionts, such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus sporogenes were incorporated with control diet to evaluate their effect on the growth performance in Carassius auratus. A maximum… Expand

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