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Fish nutrition 1. Intensive Fish Production 4.

Why feed fish? Inefficient and expensive. Scientific data on the nutritional requirements of several species of economic interest are also available Wilson, ; Webster and Lim, It should be noted that data are more abundant for major fish families such as cyprinids and salmonids than for other species. Initially, the nutritional recommendations were proposed separately for cold water species and tropical species NRC, and As recent scientific advances have shown that there were indeed many similarities between species, the last published results NRC, grouped together the data for all fish species.

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This book also contains feed tables for diet formulation. Since aquaculture is an integral part of animal production, it was logical to include data concerning fish in the present tables. However, due to the specificities of fish nutrition high protein requirements, specific requirements for n-3 fatty acids, low availability of carbohydrates and dietary fibre , the formulation of fish feeds is based on a relatively small number of raw materials.

Therefore, we have supplied information for feed materials that are currently used in aquaculture. We have used data from experimental works carried out with tried and tested methodologies. In fish studies, the collection of faeces is an important issue as the leaching of faecal material may lead to an overestimation of the digestibility. Currently, only two reliable methods exist to collect fish faeces.

The first one is based on rapid decantation Cho and Slinger, while the second, developed by INRA, is more effective since it allows the continuous collection of faeces Choubert et al.

Nutrition of aquaculture species.

The INRA system is illustrated in the figure below. Figure 8. Machine for the continuous collection of faeces by filtration developed by INRA. Since the total collection of faeces corresponding to a given meal is difficult in aquatic animals, apparent digestibilities are measured indirectly by incorporating an inert marker, usually chromic oxide, into the feed. Recently, other markers such as acid-insoluble ash, crude fibre, polyethylene, alkanes, cholestane or rare earth metals have been used successfully.

Digestibility of feed materials is measured by difference. The estimation of protein digestibility by in vitro methods, which is used for terrestrial animals, has not been successful in fish since the values obtained are very variable. Another method to estimate protein digestibility in fish, used a few years ago in Norway, was based on the measurement of digestibility in the mink, a carnivorous animal. As it was shown that there was a good correlation between the in vivo digestibility of fish meal proteins in minks and in salmonids, several authors have used this indirect technique.

However, such a relationship underestimates the digestibility values in fish, especially for feed materials with very high protein digestibilities, such as fish soluble protein concentrates. There are few data on the digestibility of amino acids in fish. Nutrition of ornamental fish. En: Bonagura J Ed. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA; , p. Maintenance energy requirement of five popular species of ornamental fish. J Nutr ; Suppl : Scientia Agricola ; 57 2 : Effect of varying dietary lipid and protein levels on growth and reproductive performance of female swordtails Xiphophorus helleri Poeciliidae.

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Nutrient Requirements and Feeding of Finfish for Aquaculture

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