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A long-term feeding of rainbow trout with a high energy, low protein diet


, : A long-term feeding of rainbow trout with a high energy, low protein diet. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries 47(3): 637-643

From July 1977 when they were fingerlings, rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) were given to January 1979 a diet with 35% protein and 18% lipid mostly supplied by beef tallow as main energy source and omega 3 highly unsaturated fatty acids as 10% of dietary lipid to satisfy requirement for essential fatty acids. The diet with 35% protein was adequate at all stages of development to spawning; requirement for essential fatty acids did not change during development.

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