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    標題: 不同脂肪酸種類之豐年蝦品種餵食幼魚之存活影響
    Survival Effects of fish larvae fed on different fatty acid profiles of Artemia species
    作者: 王瑞顯
    貢獻者: 保健營養系
    關鍵字: 豐年蝦
    Grouper larvae
    Artemia salina
    Epinephelus sp.
    日期: 2002
    上傳時間: 2008-07-01 15:53:28 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 台南縣:嘉南藥理科技大學保健營養系
    摘要: 本實驗之數據顯示石斑(Epinephelus sp.)幼苗經由餵食Reference Artemia cysts (RAC)豐年蝦(Brine shrimp, Artemia sp.) 活餌料28日後比較餵食Artemia of San Fransico Bay (SFB) and Great Salt Lake (GSL)皆有顯著較高(p<0.05)之最終存活 率specific growth rate (53.3%), 特別生長比值specific growth rate (14.3)與生物指數biomass index (62.7),此可歸納於RAC豐年蝦比起其他兩豐年蝦種類有較高之16:1ω7 (13.30%), 18:1 (36.10%)及20:5ω3 (7.44%)脂肪酸種類,因此導致存活與生長之差異。
    The present study demonstrated that either the final survival (53.3%), specific growth rate (14.3) and biomass index (62.7) on grouper larvae (Epinephelus sp.) fed on Reference Artemia cysts (RAC) nauplii for 28 d were significantly higher (p<0.05) than those fed on the Artemia of San Fransico Bay (SFB) and Great Salt Lake (GSL). This may contribute to the relatively higher fatty acids found in 16:1ω7 (13.30%), 18:1 (36.10%) and 20:5ω3 (7.44%) from Reference Artemia cysts (RAC) compared to the other two Artemia species.
    關聯: 計畫編號:CNHN9102
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