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Diets for aquaculture



Diets for aquaculture



Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of New Zealand 15: 32-34



A wide variety of fin fish, crustacea and other aquatic species are cultured world wide. There are widely diverse requirements for the various stages of development from the hatchery to the point of harvest and for breeding animals. Different aquaculture species not only have specific nutritional requirements but also quite widely varying needs in the physical properties and presentation of their feeds.

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