Upgrading plant ingredients in feed for salmonids by thermo-mechanical treatment and acid salts

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  title={Upgrading plant ingredients in feed for salmonids by thermo-mechanical treatment and acid salts},
  author={Thea Morken},
  year={2011}
}
Morken, T., 2011. Upgrading plant ingredients in feed for salmonids by thermomechanical treatment and acid salts. Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Philosophiae Doctor Thesis, 2011:52; ISSN: 1503-1667; ISBN: 978-82-575-1015-2. Inclusion of plant ingredients in diets for salmonids is restricted due to low energy contents, unbalanced amino acid (AA) composition and presence of antinutritional factors (ANF). The objective of this thesis was to investigate methods for improving the nutritional… CONTINUE READING

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