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Effect of fermented scrap meal on proximate compositions of muscle and liver hematological characteristics and chemical components in blood plasma of rea sea bream chrysophrys major


Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi 52(8): 1461-1464
Effect of fermented scrap meal on proximate compositions of muscle and liver hematological characteristics and chemical components in blood plasma of rea sea bream chrysophrys major
The condition factor, % of organ weight, proximate compositions of liver and muscle, hematological characteristics, chemical components and enzyme activities in blood plasma of red sea bream fed on fermented (F) or fermented-resteamed (FS) scrap meal diet for 8 weeks were compared with those of nonfermented scrap meal (NF) or white fish meal (W) diet group. The condition factor, % of liver, intestine, and heart weights, lipid and glycogen contents in liver of NF group were lower and moisture, protein, and ash contents in liver were higher compared to W group. In blood characteristics of NF group, RBC was lower, but MCV and MCH were significantly higher than those of W group. Besides this, the total protein and cholesterol in blood plasma of NF group were lower, but total bilirubin, GOT, GPT, and TTT were higher than those of W group. These findings suggest that NF group had a macrocytotic hyperchromemia and a slight liver malfunction. On the other hand, no significant differences were found between W group and F or FS group in all of the investigated parameters, except % of heart weight and MCV between F group and W group.

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