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The use of sardine oil for feeding European catfish fry (Silurus glanis) kept intensively


, : The use of sardine oil for feeding European catfish fry (Silurus glanis) kept intensively. Krmiva 35(3): 99-104

Catfish (Silurus glanis), initial body weight 37 g, were kept 100 per cage of 1msuperscript 3 capacity and fed on a pelleted diet containing 40% protein without or with 5, 7, 9, 11 or 13% sardine oil. Body weight was measured every 15 days.

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