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Physiological biochemical requirements for supplementation of starter formula feeds for fish

, : Physiological biochemical requirements for supplementation of starter formula feeds for fish. Journal of Ichthyology 29(2): 1-9

Changes in the ratio of membranous to extracellular digestion were studied in naturally feeding carp, during their early development. There was some connection between the function of different groups of proteolytic enzymes and their ability to hydrolyse different amounts of proteins varying in quality during different stages of development.

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