Nutrient Requirements and Feeding of Finfish for Aquaculture (Google eBook)

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Carl D. Webster, Chhorn Lim
CABI, Feb 1, 2002 - Nature - 448 pages
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Good nutrition is fundamental to the success and sustainability of the aquaculture industry in terms of economics, fish health, high quality product production and minimizing environmental pollution. This book provides a unique, complete coverage of current information on nutrientrequirements, feed formulations and feeding practices of commercially important aquaculture species cultured around the world. Each chapter contains detailed feeding information on specific species and is written by an expert nutritionist on that species. The book is of interest to those workingprofessionally in the industry, graduate level students and researchers.
  

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Contents

Marine Fish
10
European Sea Bass Dicentrachus labrax
28
Red Sea bream Pagrus major
51
Gilthead Sea Bream Spams aurata
64
Atlantic Salmon Salmo salar
79
Atlantic Halibut Hippoglossus hippoglossus
103
North American Flounders
121
Red Drum Sciaenops ocellatus
147
Indian Major Carps
262
Channel Catfish Ictaluruspunctatus
293
Eel Anguilla spp
319
Hybrid Striped Bass
327
Sturgeon Acipenser spp
344
Terry A Dick Department of ZoologyUniversity of ManitobaWinnipegManitoba
353
Silver perch Bidyanus bidyanus
358
Largemouth Bass Micropterus salmoides 3 74
374

Milkfish Chanos chanos
172
Arctic Char Salvelinus alpinus
203
Percids
219
Coregonids 2 30
233
Brazilian Species
388
Baitfish
402
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