Fish Nutrition in Aquaculture

Front Cover
Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 30, 1994 - Science - 320 pages
2 Reviews
Aquaculture is a growing industry. A vital component of the subject is feeding the organisms under cultivation. This book provides a thorough review of the scientific basis and applied aspects of fish nutrition in a user-friendly format. It will be of great use to individuals working or training in the industry, and to fish feed manufacturing personnel.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

it is really great

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

sach kha hay va nhieu dieu bo ich

Contents

Aquaculture
1
12 FORMS OF AQUACULTURE
2
13 THE STATUS OF THE AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY
4
14 ORGANISMS CULTURED
7
141 Species cultured
8
Energetics
15
221 Gross conversion efficiency
18
23 FACTORS AFFECTING ENERGY PARTITIONING
19
55 NUTRIENT REQUIREMENTS OF LARVAE
148
Broodstock nutrition
151
63 PROTEIN REQUIREMENTS OF BROODSTOCK
153
64 EFFECT OF DIETARY QUALITY ON REPRODUCTIVE OUTPUT
156
65 EFFECTS OF SPECIALIZED DIETS PROVIDED TO BROODSTOCK IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO SPAWNING
157
Diet preparation
159
73 FORMS OF DIETS
163
741 Grasses
164

232 Factors affecting nonbasal metabolic rate
23
233 Heat increment of specific dynamic action
25
24 ENERGETICS AND FEEDING
26
243 Dietary sources of energy
29
244 Protein as an energy source
30
245 Carbohydrate as an energy source
31
246 Lipid as an energy source
32
251 Factors affecting food intake
38
Metabolism
41
321 Highenergy storage molecules
43
33 CARBOHYDRATES
44
332 Polysaccharides
46
34 CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM
50
342 Gluconeogenesis
54
343 Glycogen metabolism
55
344 Carbohydrate metabolism in fish
57
35 THE CITRIC ACID CYCLE
58
36 AMINO ACIDS
60
362 Transamination
64
364 Amino acid synthesis
68
365 Protein turnover
69
366 Amino acid pools
70
367 Amino acid metabolism and diet
71
368 Dietary protein requirements
72
3610 Nutritional value of proteins
75
3611 Factors affecting protein and amino acid requirements
76
3612 Rapid determination of amino acid requirements
77
371 Lipid catabolism
82
373 Fatty acid biosynthesis
83
374 Synthesis of other lipid classes
85
376 Essential fatty acid requirements of fish
86
38 VITAMINS
87
381 Individual vitamins
89
382 Vitamin requirements of fish
92
39 MINERALS
93
391 Individual minerals
94
310 MANIFESTATION OF NUTRITIONAL DISEASES
97
3111 Insulin and glucagon
99
3113 Growth hormone
101
Digestion and absorption
103
411 Morphology
107
413 Oesophagus
109
415 Intestine
111
416 Rectum
112
421 Digestive fluids and enzymes
113
422 Protein digestion
115
423 Fat digestion
118
424 Carbohydrate digestion
119
43 MICROBIAL DIGESTION
121
44 ABSORPTION
122
45 IS REGULATORY ACTIVITIES
123
452 Rate of digestion
124
46 DIGESTIBILITY
128
461 Determination of digestibility
129
462 Markers
139
463 Factors influencing digestibility
140
464 Digestibility estimations
141
Larval nutrition and growth
143
53 DIGESTIVE PROCESSES
145
54 FEEDING BEHAVIOUR AND ITS ROLE IN LARVAL NUTRITION
147
743 Miscellaneous fodder plants
165
744 Root crops
167
747 Animal products
169
748 Miscellaneous Feedstuffs
173
75 DIET FORMULATION
175
751 Factors to be considered in diet formulation
176
752 Diet formulation
182
76 FEED MANUFACTURE
185
761 Types of feeds
186
762 Forms of feeds
188
763 Types of machinery
189
77 WATER STABILITY OF FEEDS PELLETS
196
78 FEED STORAGE
197
782 Microbial damage
200
783 Insectrodent damage
201
Nonnutrient diet components
203
821 Individual antinutritional factors
204
83 BINDERS
207
85 NONNUTRIENT NONTOXIC DIETARY COMPONENTS
208
852 Ash
209
Feeding of cultured finfish
211
92 APPETITE AND SATIATION
212
93 FACTORS INFLUENCING FEEDING BEHAVIOUR
213
931 Gustatory stimulants
215
932 Feeding deterrents
217
94 FEEDING PRACTICES IN AQUACULTURE
218
942 Feeding frequency
224
943 Feeding
227
95 COMPARISON OF FEEDING PRACTICES
231
96 RECORD KEEPING IN FEEDING
234
971 Fertilization
235
972 Natural food supplemental feed interactions
236
973 Supplementary feeds
240
98 WEANING
244
The feed industry
248
102 STATUS OF THE AQUAFEED INDUSTRY
249
1021 Europe
251
1023 Japan
252
1024 Asia SouthEast
253
103 PROBLEMS OF THE AQUAFEED INDUSTRY
254
104 ALTERNATIVE FEED INGREDIENTS
256
105 REDUCING FEED COSTS
257
1051 Mixed feeding schedules
258
1052 Economically optimal dietary protein level
259
1053 Proteinsparing feeds
262
106 TRENDS IN FEED DEVELOPMENT
263
107 APPLICATION OF RESEARCH FINDINGS
264
108 FARMMADE FEEDS
265
Feeds feeding and the environment
269
113 FEEDS FEEDING AND THE ENVIRONMENT
271
114 FEED QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
272
115 FEEDS AND LEGAL ASPECTS
276
Methods used in studies on nutrition
279
123 NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF FEEDSTUFFS
282
124 NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF COMPOUNDED FEEDS
283
125 NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY STUDIES
286
126 CHEMICAL EVALUATION
287
References
288
Index
309
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 297 - Kaushik, S. 1979. Application of a biochemical method for the estimation of amino acid needs in fish: Quantitative arginine requirements of rainbow trout in different salinities.
Page 297 - S. (1973) Studies on digestive enzymes of fishes. III. Development of the digestive enzymes of rainbow trout after hatching and the effect of dietary change on the activities of digestive enzymes in the juvenile stage.
Page 305 - Van Keulen, J. and BA Young. 1977. Evaluation of acid-insoluble ash as a natural marker in ruminant digestibility studies. J. Anim. Sci. 44:282.
Page 306 - Weerakoon, DEM and Muthukumarana, G. (1985) Cage culture of S. niloticus in Sri Lanka: Effect of stocking density and dietary crude protein levels on growth, in Finfish Nutrition in Asia - Methodological Approaches to Research and Developments (eds CY Cho, CB Cowey and T.

Bibliographic information