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Effect of different feeds on the growth rate of Indian major carp Catla catla kept under laboratory conditions



Effect of different feeds on the growth rate of Indian major carp Catla catla kept under laboratory conditions



Environment and Ecology 20(4): 852-857



Three sets of experiments: (1) exclusively with supplementary feeds (consisting of pellet feed, sesame oil+rice bran, groundnut oil+rice bran and coconut oil+rice bran), (2) supplementary feeds with frozen zooplankton and (3) supplementary feeds with live zooplankton, were carried out for a period of 20 days to determine the effect of these different feeds on total length, body depth and weight of C. catla fingerlings reared under laboratory conditions.

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