Friday, 7 July 2017

Use of Potato Starch in Fish Diets

Tropical gar, Atractosteus tropicus, is a carnivorous fish species from Southern México with high value and acceptance in local markets. Therefore, the present study aims to spare proteins in diets for larviculture of this species...
In conclusion, dietary inclusion of potato starch at 28% S enhanced growth, survival and some digestive enzyme activities, and decreased cannibalism in the larval gar. Potato starch could replace dietary protein as a major source of energy for A. tropicus larvae, thereby reducing the cost of diets.

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this is a very interesting paper in a promising field; to increase food security and sustainability in Aquaculture.

further reading

Food Security and Cardioprotection: The Polar Lipid Link
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