publication . Other literature type . 1989

Vitamin requirements of juvenile penaeid shrimp

Conklin, D;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Feb 1989
  • Publisher: Actes de colloques Ifremer, Tahiti, French Polynesia, 20 Feb - 4 Mar 1989, n°9, chap. 29, pp.287-308
  • Country: France
Abstract
The results of supplementing crustacean feeds with vitamins are examined specifically from the standpoint of shrimp culture. Micro-nutrients selected for discussion include: water-soluble vitamins of the B-complex, choline and inositol, vitamin C and the fat-soluble group of vitamins: A, D, E and K. Ways in which utilization of vitamins and ultimately dietary demand are altered by physiological state, conditions of culture, as well as factors which impact on feed levels, are explored.
Subjects
free text keywords: Penaeidae, Malacostraca, Diets, Marine crustaceans, Nutrients (mineral), Nutritional requirements, Juveniles, Feed, Vitamins
Communities
EuroMarine
European Marine Science
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