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- Hauville, Marion R.; Rhody, Nicole R.; Resley, Matthew J.; Bell, J. Gordon; Main, Kevan L.; Migaud, Hervé
- Aquaculture 2015 v.446 pp. 227-235
- arachidonic acid, etc ; at-risk population; breeding stock; cholesterol; diet; docosahexaenoic acid; eggs; eicosapentaenoic acid; gametogenesis; hydrocarbons; larvae; larval development; lipid composition; liver; milt; muscles; nutrient content; nutrient deficiencies; oocytes; prostaglandins; reproductive behavior; surveys; wild fish; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... In this study, the lipid composition of wild and captive common snook broodstock was investigated to identify potential nutritional deficiencies and formulate suitable diets for captive stocks. Results showed that captive snook incorporated significantly more lipid than their wild counterparts. However, cholesterol and arachidonic acid (ARA) levels were significantly lower compared to wild fish, w ...
- Quintana, Daniel; Márquez, Lorenzo; Arévalo, José Ramón; Lorenzo, Antonio; Almansa, Eduardo
- Aquaculture 2015 v.446 pp. 206-216
- arachidonic acid, etc ; Octopus vulgaris; artificial diets; breeding stock; cholesterol; crabs; docosahexaenoic acid; eggs; eicosapentaenoic acid; embryogenesis; energy; fatty acid composition; larvae; lipid content; metabolism; multivariate analysis; nutrient content; nutrient requirements; nutrients; omega-3 fatty acids; phosphatidylcholines; phosphatidylethanolamines; progeny; protein content; proteins; sardines; squid; triacylglycerols; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... Three frozen mono-diets (sardine, crab and squid) were supplied to Octopus vulgaris broodstocks, and their effects on the spawn quality and biochemical composition of eggs and hatchlings were studied. Squid and crab diets achieved superior spawn quality, producing in general significantly larger eggs, as compared to sardine diet. Similar differences were also observed in the biometric parameters o ...