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Suitability of two seaweeds, Gracilaria lemaneiformis and Sargassum pallidum, as feed for the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino
Qi, Zhanhui1,2; Liu, Hongmei3; Li, Bin1; Mao, Yuze1; Jiang, Zengjie1; Zhang, Jihong1; Fang, Jianguang1
2010-02-27
Source PublicationAQUACULTURE
ISSN0044-8486
Volume300Issue:1-4Pages:189-193
Contribution Rank[Qi, Zhanhui; Li, Bin; Mao, Yuze; Jiang, Zengjie; Zhang, Jihong; Fang, Jianguang] Chinese Acad Fisheries Sci, Yellow Sea Fisheries Res Inst, Qingdao 266071, Peoples R China; [Qi, Zhanhui] Chinese Acad Fisheries Sci, S China Sea Fisheries Res Inst, Guangzhou 510300, Guangdong, Peoples R China; [Liu, Hongmei] Chinese Acad Sci, Yantai Inst Coastal Zone Res, Yantai 264003, Peoples R China
AbstractThe suitability of two algae species, Gracilaria lemaneiformis and Sargassum pallidum, for use as food sources for the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino was evaluated. Abalones were fed one of five experimental diets: 1) kelp Laminari japonica: 2) G. lemaneiformis: 3) S. pallidum; 4) a mixed diet of L. japonica and G. lemaneiformis (1:1); and 5) a mixed diet of L. japonica and S. pallidum (1:1) for a period of 4 months. The survival, growth (shell length and body weight), condition index (body weight/shell length), and feed utilization were measured. Survival was excellent (100%) in all groups. Growth rate (body weight) was highest in the abalone fed kelp exclusively, followed by the mixed diet of kelp and G. lemaneiformis. The abalone fed S. pallidum had the lowest increase in body weight and the lowest feed intake. The mixed diet of kelp and G. lemaneiformis yielded the biggest increase in shell length. There were no significant differences in the condition index among all the treatment groups. The mean daily feed intake of L japonica was highest, followed by the mixed diets of kelp and G. lemaneiformis, and was lowest for S. pallidum. Abalone exhibited a preference for L japonica. The feed conversion efficiency was highest for G. lemaneiformis. Results suggest that G. lemaneiformis can be used as a partial substitute for kelp in the diet of cultured abalone. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.; The suitability of two algae species, Gracilaria lemaneiformis and Sargassum pallidum, for use as food sources for the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino was evaluated. Abalones were fed one of five experimental diets: 1) kelp Laminari japonica: 2) G. lemaneiformis: 3) S. pallidum; 4) a mixed diet of L. japonica and G. lemaneiformis (1:1); and 5) a mixed diet of L. japonica and S. pallidum (1:1) for a period of 4 months. The survival, growth (shell length and body weight), condition index (body weight/shell length), and feed utilization were measured. Survival was excellent (100%) in all groups. Growth rate (body weight) was highest in the abalone fed kelp exclusively, followed by the mixed diet of kelp and G. lemaneiformis. The abalone fed S. pallidum had the lowest increase in body weight and the lowest feed intake. The mixed diet of kelp and G. lemaneiformis yielded the biggest increase in shell length. There were no significant differences in the condition index among all the treatment groups. The mean daily feed intake of L japonica was highest, followed by the mixed diets of kelp and G. lemaneiformis, and was lowest for S. pallidum. Abalone exhibited a preference for L japonica. The feed conversion efficiency was highest for G. lemaneiformis. Results suggest that G. lemaneiformis can be used as a partial substitute for kelp in the diet of cultured abalone. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Corresponding AuthorFang, JG, Chinese Acad Fisheries Sci, Yellow Sea Fisheries Res Inst, Qingdao 266071, Peoples R China
KeywordAbalone Haliotis Discus Hannai Ino Seaweeds Aquaculture Feed And Nutrition
Department蓝办
Subject AreaFisheries ; Marine & Freshwater Biology
Funding OrganizationHI-TECH research and development Program of China [2006AA100304]; Major State Basic Research Development Program of China [2006CB400608]; Reducing Environmental Stress in the Yellow Sea Large Marine Ecosystem ; Central Public-interest Scientific Institution Basal Research [2009TS27]
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WOS KeywordDIETARY-PROTEIN LEVEL ; SOUTH-AFRICAN ABALONE ; CULTURED ABALONE ; JUVENILE ABALONE ; TUBERCULATA L ; ULVA-RIGIDA ; FISH-MEAL ; GROWTH ; MACROALGAE ; NUTRITION
SubtypeArticle
Language英语
WOS Research AreaFisheries ; Marine & Freshwater Biology
WOS IDWOS:000275579400028
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Identifierhttp://ir.yic.ac.cn/handle/133337/3821
Collection中科院烟台海岸带研究所知识产出
Affiliation1.Chinese Acad Fisheries Sci, Yellow Sea Fisheries Res Inst, Qingdao 266071, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Fisheries Sci, S China Sea Fisheries Res Inst, Guangzhou 510300, Guangdong, Peoples R China
3.Chinese Acad Sci, Yantai Inst Coastal Zone Res, Yantai 264003, Peoples R China
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Qi, Zhanhui,Liu, Hongmei,Li, Bin,et al. Suitability of two seaweeds, Gracilaria lemaneiformis and Sargassum pallidum, as feed for the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino[J]. AQUACULTURE,2010,300(1-4):189-193.
APA Qi, Zhanhui.,Liu, Hongmei.,Li, Bin.,Mao, Yuze.,Jiang, Zengjie.,...&Fang, Jianguang.(2010).Suitability of two seaweeds, Gracilaria lemaneiformis and Sargassum pallidum, as feed for the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino.AQUACULTURE,300(1-4),189-193.
MLA Qi, Zhanhui,et al."Suitability of two seaweeds, Gracilaria lemaneiformis and Sargassum pallidum, as feed for the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino".AQUACULTURE 300.1-4(2010):189-193.
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