Test of Refined Formulated Feed for the Grow-Out Culture of Tropical Abalone Haliotis asinina (Linnaeus 1758) in Concrete Land-Based Tanks

  title={Test of Refined Formulated Feed for the Grow-Out Culture of Tropical Abalone Haliotis asinina (Linnaeus 1758) in Concrete Land-Based Tanks},
  author={M. N. Bautista-Teruel and Jrh Maquirang and Milagros R. de la Pe{\~n}a and Vicente T. Balinas},
  journal={Journal of Shellfish Research},
  pages={633 - 639}
ABSTRACT A refined formulated feed for the grow-out culture of tropical abalone Haliotis asinina was evaluated to assess its suitability for a shorter culture period (<8 mo). Refinement procedures focused on the application of additional binder (sodium alginate), use of different feed forms (molo and noodle forms), and incorporation of Spirulina spp. as alternate protein source in partial replacement of other protein sources. Groups of 22 postlarval abalone with mean initial shell length (SL… 

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The authors greatly appreciate SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department for funding the study and the anonymous journal reviewers for painstakingly reviewing the manuscript.

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