Feeding trials of green seaweed Ulva fasciata

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Alam, J.M.; Qasim, R.;
(1993)
  • Subject: Biology

For the nutritional evaluation of green seaweed Ulva fasciata, a feeding trial was performed in albino rats. The results indicated that the 20% replacement of seaweed U. fasciata instead of carrot or lettuce in rad diet causes no harmful effects, as evident by a non-sig... View more
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