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- Izquierdo, M.S.; Turkmen, S.; Montero, D.; Zamorano, M.J.; Afonso, J.M.; Karalazos, V.; Fernández-Palacios, H.
- Aquaculture 2015 v.449 pp. 18-26
- Sparus aurata; breeding stock; diet; egg composition; fatty acids; fecundity; feed conversion; fish culture; fish meal; fish oils; fish production; gene expression; growth performance; juveniles; larval development; linseed oil; long term effects; marine fish; nutrient content; nutritional intervention; parents; progeny; sustainable development; vegetables
- ... The complete removal of fishmeal (FM) and fish oil (FO) is required to promote the sustainable development of aquaculture and for that, fast growing high quality fish that are fed without FM and FO are necessary. Early nutritional programming may allow the production of fish better adapted to utilize diets with vegetable meals (VM) and oils (VO). The main objective of this study was to research in ...