Fish Nutrition and Feed Technology
Paolucci, Marina (editor)
Koshio, Shunsuke (editor)
This Special Issue focuses on feeding and feed technology advances and challenges in aquaculture. These are of particular interest since aquaculture and fisheries are considered crucial sources of animal protein in human diets, providing around 17% of global edible animal protein. Special attention is given to alternative sources of fish meal and how substitutions can influence the metabolism, immune response, and disease resistance of the targeted species. Moreover, the impact of plant extracts on growth performances, physiological responses, immunity, and intestinal health is addressed.
KeywordsPacific bluefin tuna; squid meal; krill meal; heat treatment; growth performance; dietary protein; glycolipid metabolism; immune response; Streptococcus agalactiae; high temperature; Macleaya cordata extract; serum lipid; antioxidant ability; intestinal microbiota; intestinal health; Anguilla rostrata; feed additives; immune gene expressions; antioxidant defensive system; Spirulina; digestive enzymes; hepatic enzymes; gene expression; aquaculture; cyanobacteria; Bangladesh; children; dry fish; malnutrition; minerals; nutrients; protein; vitamins; women; whitebait; larval diet; formulated feed; PUFA; HUFA; herbal medicines; growth; striped catfish; immunity; largemouth bass; pompano; amberjack; red drum; algal oil; olive flounder; fish meal replacement; meat meal; regression analysis; innate immune response; Lamiaceae; fish; health; antioxidant; nutrition; Litopenaeus vannamei; Yarrowia lipolytica; Haematococcus pluvialis; astaxanthin; pigmentation deposit; antioxidation; Ctenopharyngodon idellus; Phragmites australis; serum biochemistry; immune-related factors; immune gene; alternative protein source; essential amino acid; insect meal; protein replacement; T. tinca; whole-body composition; feed; insects; innovation; sustainability; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences
Fisheries & related industries