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Towards sustainable aquafeeds: Evaluating fishmeal substitution

Pallab K. Sarker, Ph.D. Anne R. Kapuscinski, Ph.D. Ashley Y. Bae Emily Donaldson Alexander J. Sitek Devin S. Fitzgerald Oliver F. Edelson
sustainable aquafeeds

Study looks at microalgal co-product in diets of juvenile Nile tilapia An evaluation to replace fishmeal with a lipid-extracted co-product of the marine microalga Nannochloropsis in diets of Nile tilapia showed that replacement at 33 percent resulted in fish performance and flesh composition comparable to those of fish fed the reference diet. Photos: Nannochloropsis (left) by https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CSIRO_ScienceImage_10697_Microalgae.jpg;…

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  • Pallab K. Sarker, Ph.D.

    Pallab K. Sarker, Ph.D.

    Environmental Studies Program
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

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  • Anne R. Kapuscinski, Ph.D.

    Anne R. Kapuscinski, Ph.D.

    Environmental Studies Program
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

  • Ashley Y. Bae

    Ashley Y. Bae

    Environmental Studies Program
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

  • Emily Donaldson

    Emily Donaldson

    Environmental Studies Program
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

  • Alexander J. Sitek

    Alexander J. Sitek

    Environmental Studies Program
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

  • Devin S. Fitzgerald

    Devin S. Fitzgerald

    Environmental Studies Program
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, New Hampshire, USA

  • Oliver F. Edelson

    Oliver F. Edelson

    Environmental Studies Program
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, New Hampshire, USA