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The use of soybean meal, corn gluten meal, meat meal, meat and bone meal, or blood meal as a dietary protein source replacing fish meal in Korean rockfish (Sebastes schlegeli)



The use of soybean meal, corn gluten meal, meat meal, meat and bone meal, or blood meal as a dietary protein source replacing fish meal in Korean rockfish (Sebastes schlegeli)



Korean Journal of Animal Nutrition and Feedstuffs 20(1): 21-30



A feeding trial was conducted to determine the each level of soybean meal (SM), corn gluten meal (CGM), meat meal (MM), meat and bone meal (MBM), or blood meal (BM) as a dietary protein source replacing fish meal in juvenile Korean rockfish (Sebastes schlegeli). A control diet with white fish meal as only protein source was included. White fish meal in die diet was replaced with each of SM (10, 20 and 30%), CGM (5, 10 and 15%), MM (5 and 10%). MBM (5 and 10%), or BM (5 and 10%).

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