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Use of Algae and Aquatic Macrophytes as Feed in Small-Scale Aquaculture A Review

By: Mohammad R Hasan and Rina Chakrabarti
132 pages, colour photos, tables
Use of Algae and Aquatic Macrophytes as Feed in Small-Scale Aquaculture
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  • Use of Algae and Aquatic Macrophytes as Feed in Small-Scale Aquaculture ISBN: 9789251064207 Paperback Jul 2010 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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This review is organized under four major divisions of aquatic macrophytes: algae, floating macrophytes, submerged macrophytes and emergent macrophytes. It covers aspects concerned with the production and/or cultivation techniques and use of the macrophytes in their fresh and/or processed state as feed for farmed fish. Efficiency of feeding is evaluated by presenting data on growth, food conversion and digestibility of target fish species.

The paper provides information on the different processing methods employed and results obtained to date with different species throughout the world with particular reference to Asia. Finally it gives information on the proximate and chemical composition of most commonly occurring macrophytes, their classification and their geographical distribution and environmental requirements.

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By: Mohammad R Hasan and Rina Chakrabarti
132 pages, colour photos, tables
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