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Digestibility of extruded peas, extruded lupin, and rapeseed meal in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and turbot (Psetta maxima)
Burel, Ch.; Boujard, Th.; Tulli, F.; Kaushik, S.J. (2000). Digestibility of extruded peas, extruded lupin, and rapeseed meal in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and turbot (Psetta maxima). Aquaculture 188: 285-298
In: Aquaculture. Elsevier: Amsterdam; London; New York; Oxford; Tokyo. ISSN 0044-8486, more
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  • Burel, Ch.
  • Boujard, Th.
  • Tulli, F.
  • Kaushik, S.J.

Abstract
    Apparent digestibility coefficients (ADC) of nutrients and energy of extruded peas, extruded lupin and rapeseed meals were determined in juvenile rainbow trout and turbot. Extruded lupin was found to be a promising substitute for fish meal in the diets of trout and turbot, with an acceptable digestibility of its dry matter (70% in trout and 81% in turbot) and a high digestibility of its protein (96% in trout and 98% in turbot) and its energy (77% in trout and 85% in turbot). Extruded peas had a lower digestibility of its protein in trout (88%) than in turbot (92%), and the ADC of energy, mainly supplied as starch, was relatively low (69% in trout and 78% in turbot). The digestibility of rapeseed meal was improved by a thermal treatment. Without thermal treatment, rapeseed meal had a low digestibility of its dry matter (57%) and energy (69%) in turbot. The availability of phosphorus was higher for extruded lupin (62% in trout and 100% in turbot) compared to the other plant-ingredients. When compared to a solvent-extracted meal, the availability of phosphorus from rapeseed meal was improved by heat treatment in both species (42% vs. 26% in trout and 65% vs. 49% in turbot).

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