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- Li, Peiyu, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Aquaculture 2014 v.426-427 pp. 96-104
- Platichthys stellatus; adenosinetriphosphatase; alanine transaminase; alkaline phosphatase; amino acid composition; animal growth; antioxidant activity; aspartate transaminase; aspartic acid; blood chemistry; blood serum; body weight changes; carboxylic ester hydrolases; condition factor; digestion; enzyme activity; feed conversion; feed intake; fish meal; flounder; gastrointestinal system; glutamic acid; growth performance; hydrolysates; ingredients; juveniles; low density lipoprotein cholesterol; lysozyme; muscles; pepsin; protein efficiency ratio; serine; soy protein; soy protein hydrolysates; superoxide dismutase; triacylglycerols; trypsin; weight gain
- ... The nutritional value of soy protein can be improved by enzymatic modification into hydrolysates (SPH), which provide an alternative ingredient for replacing fishmeal protein (FMP) in feed. This study assessed the feasibility of replacing FMP with SPH in diet for juvenile starry flounder (Platichthys stellatus Pallas). The changes in growth performance, blood biochemical indices, gastrointestinal ...