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- Bahadir Koca, Seval, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Animal reproduction science 2019
- Curcuma longa; Pseudotropheus; adverse effects; breeding stock; dietary supplements; eggs; enteritis; fecundity; females; fish; hatching; histology; histopathology; larvae; liver; males; ovarian follicles; ovulation; reproductive performance; spawning; survival rate; turmeric
- ... This study was conducted to determine the effect of turmeric powder dietary supplementation on the histology of visceral organs and reproductive performance of Pseudotropheus acei. The fish were fed dietary additions of 0%, 1%, 3%, 5%, and 7% turmeric powder. Each treatment was replicated three times. There were one male and four female fish with a mean weight of 6 g in each replicate. The fish we ...