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- Houng-Yung, Chen; Yu-Chun, Cheng; Li-Chi, Hu; Meng-Hsien, Chen
- Aquaculture 2014 v.432 pp. 360-364
- zinc sulfate, etc ; Epinephelus malabaricus; agglutination; animal growth; blood serum; body weight changes; complement; crude protein; erythrocytes; grouper; high protein diet; juveniles; lysozyme; mackerel; macrophages; muscles; phagocytosis; protein sources; superoxide dismutase; weight gain; zinc; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Optimal dietary requirements of the juvenile grouper Epinephelus malabaricus for zinc (Zn) were investigated in an 18-week feeding trial, in which immune responses of the fish to the zinc treatments were also evaluated. In the feeding trial, the basal diet with egg white powder and mackerel muscle meal as the protein sources had a crude protein level of 52% and a residual zinc concentration of 10. ...
- Ma, Rui; Hou, Huapeng; Mai, Kangsen; Bharadwaj, Anant S.; Ji, Fengjie; Zhang, Wenbing
- Aquaculture 2014 v.420-421 pp. 187-192
- zinc sulfate, etc ; Scophthalmus maximus; bioavailability; blood serum; dietary mineral supplements; experimental diets; feed conversion; feed intake; glutathione peroxidase; juveniles; lipid content; liver; phytic acid; regression analysis; specific growth rate; superoxide dismutase; tricalcium phosphate; turbot; zinc; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... A 2×6 factorial experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of chelated (Mintrex™ Zn, Zn–M) or inorganic (ZnSO4·7H2O, Zn–S) zinc as dietary zinc sources on growth, feed utilization, tissue zinc deposition and anti-oxidative responses of turbot (Scophthalmus maximus). Semi-purified diets were made to contain tricalcium phosphate and sodium phytate at levels of 2% and 0.5%, respectively, to res ...