Aquaculture Nutrition Vol. 15 No. 1, February 2009
1. Reduced Water Oxygen Levels Affect Feed Intake, but not Protein or Energy Utilization Efficiency of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus Mykiss).
2. Natural Abundance of 15N and 13C in Fish Tissues and The Use of STable Isotopes as Dietary Protein Tracers in Rainbow Trout and Gilthead Sea Bram.
3. Influences of Dietary Fatty Acid Profile on Growth, Body Composition and Blood Chemistry in Juvenile Fat Cod (Hexagrammos Otakii Jordan et Starks).
4. Apparent Digestibilities of Common Feedstuffs for Bluegill Lepomis Macrochirus and Largemouth Bass Micropterus Salmoides Using Individual Test Ingredients.
5. Lipid Characterization of Both Wild and Cultured Eggs of Cuttlefish (Sepia Oficinalis L.) throughout the Embryonic Development.
6. Growth, Haematological Parameters AND Tissue Lipid Peroxidation of Soft-shelled Turtles, Pelodiscus Sinensis, Fed Diets Supplemented with Different Levels of Ferrous Sulphate.
7. Body Lipid and Fatty Acid Composition in Male Gilthead Seabream Broodstock at Different Stages of the Reproductive Cycle: Effects of a Diet Lacking n-3 and n-6 HUFA.
8. Comparison of Dietary Phospholipids and Neutral Lipids: Effects on Gut, Liver, and Pancreas Histology in Atlantic Cod (Gadus Morha L.) Larvae.
9. Protein Requirement for Maintenance and Maximum Growth of Two-banded Seabream (Dilodus Vulgaris) Juveniles.
10. Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar) Postmolts Adapt Lipid Digestion According to Elevated Dietary Wax Esters from Calanus Finmarchicus.
11. Distal Intestinal Gene Expression in Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar L.) Fed Genetically Modified Maize.
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