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February 2018 - present
The supplemental effect of marine algae (Ulva spp. and Solieria spp.) extracts with/without organic acids was evaluated in olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) diet. A diet containing 55% fish meal was considered as the control diet. Three other diets were prepared by supplementing 0.5% of algae extract from Ulva spp. mixed with a blend of organ...
Algae extracts or clay are supplement into animal feed to promote growth, digestive performance and health status. A feeding trial was conducted to evaluate supplemental effects of an Algae-clay powder (sea lettuce, Ulva lactuca and red algae, Solieria chordalis in exfoliated micronized montmorillonite, ACP) into a low fish meal (LFM) diet on growt...
The supplemental effect of Antarctic krill meal (KM) into a low fish meal (FM) diet was evaluated for olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus). A 56% FM‐based diet was regarded as a high FM inclusion diet (HFM), and a low‐FM diet (LFM) was prepared by replacing 50% FM from the HFM. Four other diets were prepared by supplementing 3%, 6%, 9% and 12% K...
The problem is in the second treatment group we had a higher value. In such cases what are the other applicable statistical methods to find the optimum level.