Efficacy of saturated lipids in juvenile California yellowtail feeds

Artur N. Rombenso, Ph.D. Jesse T. Trushenski, Ph.D. Mark Drawbridge, M.S.

Understanding, combining LC-PUFA sparing for fish oil replacement This study compared production performance and tissue fatty acid composition of California yellowtail fed diets with various lipids. Photo by Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute (HSWRI). The California yellowtail (Seriola dorsalis), like many other marine carnivorous fish, has dietary requirements for certain long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFAs). More…

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  • Artur N. Rombenso, Ph.D.

    Artur N. Rombenso, Ph.D.

    Corresponding author
    Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences and Department of Zoology
    Southern Illinois University
    Carbondale, IL 62901 USA;
    and Nutrition Laboratory
    Institute of Oceanography
    Autonomous University of Baja California
    Ensenada, Baja California 22860, Mexico
    Current affiliation: CSIRO Aquaculture Program
    Bribie Island Research Centre
    144 North St, Woorim, QLD 4507 AUS


  • Jesse T. Trushenski, Ph.D.

    Jesse T. Trushenski, Ph.D.

    Eagle Fish Health Laboratory
    Idaho Department of Fish and Game
    1800 Trout Road, Eagle, ID 83616 USA
    Current affiliation: Riverence,
    10414 173rdAve SW
    Rochester, WA 98501 USA

  • Mark Drawbridge, M.S.

    Mark Drawbridge, M.S.

    Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
    2595 Ingraham Street
    San Diego, CA 92109 USA