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Natural feed additives enhance rainbow trout performance

Dr. S.C. Bai Sangeun Kim Jungkeug Park Seunghan Lee, Fasil Taddese, Seonghun Won, Hyeonho Yun

Plant products stimulate appetite, exhibit antibacterial properties Plant-based additives can take the place of antibiotics in feeds for rainbow trout. The treatment and prevention of diseases in aquaculture through applications of antibiotics and other chemotherapeutants have been responsible for multiple negative impacts, such as an increase in bacterial-resistant pathogen strains. The presence of chemical residues,…

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  • Dr. S.C. Bai

    Dr. S.C. Bai

    Department of Marine Bio-Materials and Aquaculture
    Feeds and Foods Nutrition Research Center
    Pukyong National University
    Busan 608-737, Korea

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  • Sangeun Kim

    Sangeun Kim

    Davistone Co. Ltd.
    Busan, Korea

  • Jungkeug Park

    Jungkeug Park

    Department of Research Institute of Biotechnology
    Dongguk University
    Seoul, Korea

  • Seunghan Lee, Fasil Taddese, Seonghun Won, Hyeonho Yun

    Seunghan Lee, Fasil Taddese, Seonghun Won, Hyeonho Yun

    Department of Marine Bio-Materials and Aquaculture
    Feeds and Foods Nutrition Research Center
    Pukyong National University