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[ Article ] Development and bioefficacy study of plant-based proteins diets for juvenile African catfish

Date de soumission: 12-01-2017
Année de Publication: 2015
Entité/Laboratoire Laboratoire de Valorisation et de Gestion de la Qualité des Bio-ingrédients Alimentaires (LABIO)
Document type : Article
Discipline(s) : Sciences des Denrées Alimentaires
Titre Development and bioefficacy study of plant-based proteins diets for juvenile African catfish
Auteurs CHABI Ifagbémi Bienvenue [1], KAYODE A. PIERRE POLYCARPE [2], Agassoussi O.A.S. [3], Agbobatinkpo PB P. B. [4], Chikou A. [5], Codjia J. T. C. [6],
Journal: Journal of Applied Biosciences
Catégorie Journal: Internationale
Impact factor: 0
Volume Journal: 94
DOI:
Resume The aim of this study is to improve the growth performance of the juvenile catfish (Clarias gariepinus) by using feed formula derived from local feed ingredients. Methodology and results: Three diets with formulas differing in the feed ingredients and biological process were tested. These were: diet 1 (Soybean meal, Fish meal, Moringa leaf meal, Roasted corn meal), diet 2 (Soybean meal, Fish meal, Moringa leaf meal, Roasted corn meal, Corn malt meal) and diet 3 (Soybean meal, Fish meal, Moringa leaf meal, Roasted corn meal, Corn malt meal, Kpètè-kpètè (traditional starter of opaque African beer). Coppens® is an imported efficient feed that was used as control. The fish were fed twice daily for a rearing period of 35 days in a randomized tree blocks. Results of the study showed an overall good survival rate and growth performance of the fish. All the parameters assessed showed significant better values in fish fed with control diet than formulated diets. However, there was no significant difference between values survival rate, weight gain, specific growth rate (SGR), feed conversion ratio (FCR) and protein efficiency ratio (PER) of the formulated diets. Conclusions and application of results: Results indicated that all the three diets can be used as a fishmeal but their efficiency still needs to be improved. Though with low crude protein ratio (p˂0.05), diet 3 exhibits the same results as the other diets probably because it is fermented and incorporated with malted corn grain. Incorporation of malted cereal flour in fish feeds can improve their efficiency.
Mots clés Clarias gariepinus, lactic acids fermentation, malting, plant protein
Pages 8801 - 8808
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