Culture and screening of food organisms as potential larval food for finfish and shellfish
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Effects of food ration on growth, condition factor, food conversion efficiency, and net yield of estuary grouper, Epinephelus salmoides Maxwell, cultured in floating net-cages Chua, Thia-Eng; Teng, Seng-Keh (Elsevier, 1982)The effects of food ration on the growth and yield of the estuary grouper raised in floating net-cages were investigated. The optimum ration given on alternate days was 5% body weight (wet) which gave the best mean fish ...
Guerrero III, Rafael D. (South China Sea Fisheries Development and Coordinating Programme, 1982)A review is presented of some practical methods that may be applied by fish farmers in producing food organisms for fish and prawn hatcheries. Organisms involved in the discussion include Moina, chironomid larvae, mosquito ...
The macronutrient composition of natural food organisms mass cultured as larval feed for fish and prawns Millamena, Oseni M.; Peñaflorida, Veronica D.; Subosa, Precilla F. (Society of Israeli Aquaculture and Marine Biotechnology, 1990)The macronutrient composition of natural food organisms that are mass cultured as feed for the larval stages of fish and prawns in the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department was determined by chemical analysis. The food organisms ...