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Requirements of carp and rainbow trout for essential amino acids



Requirements of carp and rainbow trout for essential amino acids



Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi 46(2): 171-174



The requirements of carp and rainbow trout for essential amino acids (EAA) were determined based on the daily increase of each EAA in the body of these fish species when they were fed on the diets containing proteins with high biological values. As the amounts of EAA increased daily in 100 g of the body weight correspond approximately to the requirements for EAA of these fish species per 100 g of the body weight per day, these amounts of EAA should be supplied from the dietary proteins. There were no distinct differences in the EAA requirements between carp and rainbow trout. The contents of EAA in the dietary proteins (%) needed to satisfy the requirements of carp and rainbow trout were given when diets containing 40% protein of an 80% digestibility were supplied at a feeding rate of 3% of the body weight.

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