한국해양대학교

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사료 내 여러 가지 단백질 원을 통한 어분대체원이 넙치에게 미치는 성장, 체 조성, 혈액학적 반응

Title
사료 내 여러 가지 단백질 원을 통한 어분대체원이 넙치에게 미치는 성장, 체 조성, 혈액학적 반응
Alternative Title
Response of dietary substitution of fishmeal with various protein sources on growth, body composition and blood chemistry of olive flounder (paralichthys olivaceus)
Author(s)
최인철
Publication Year
2012
Publisher
한국해양대학교 대학원
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002175114
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/9271
Abstract
Animal and/or plant protein sources substituting fishmeal in the diets keep being developed due to its high price. The purpose of this study is to determine response of dietary substitution of fishmeal with silkworm pupae meal, promate meal, meat and bone meal and/or their combination on performance of juvenile olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus).

A 60% fish meal was used as the main protein source, used as the control (Con) diet. The 10 and 20% fishmeal were substituted with silkworm pupae meal and meat and bone meal, referred to as the SPM10, SPM20, MBM10 and MBM20 diets, respectively. And the 10, 20 and 40% fishmeal were substituted with promate meal, referred to as the PM10, PM20 and PM40 diets, respectively. Finally the 10 and 20% fishmeal were substituted with combined silkworm pupae meal and promate meal, refereed to as the SPM+PM10 and SPM+PM20 diets, respectively.

Weight gain and specific growth rate of fish fed the MBM10 diet were higher than those of fish fed the Con, SPM20, PM20, PM40 and SPM+PM20 diets. Feed efficiency ratio of fish fed the SPM10, MBM10, MBM20, PM10 and SPM+PM10 diets was higher than that of fish fed the SPM+PM20 and PM40 diets. Protein efficiency ratio of fish fed the MBM10 and MBM20 diets was higher than that of fish fed the SPM20, PM20, PM40 and SPM+PM20 diets.

In conclusion, dietary substitution of fishmeal with 10% SPM, 20% MBM, 10% PM and 10% SPM+PM could be made.
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