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Effect of Extrusion Processing and Steam Pelleting Diets on Pellet Durability, Water Absorption and Physical Response of Macrobrachium rosenbergii
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Effect of Extrusion Processing and Steam Pelleting Diets on Pellet Durability, Water Absorption and Physical Response of Macrobrachium rosenbergii
Misra, Chandra Kanta; Sahu, N.P.; Jain, K.K.;
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 Abstract
Two hundred and ten post-larvae (PL) of Macrobrachium rosenbergii (14.5-14.9 mg) were equally distributed in two experimental groups and fed with either steam cooked or extruded pellet for a period of 60 days. Physical evaluation and growth promoting effect of both the pellets were assessed. Significantly higher (p<0.05) water stability, absorption and protein efficiency ratio (PER) were recorded in extruded pellet than the steam cooked pellet. Nutrient loss was minimum in the extruded pellet for which lower feed conversion ratio (FCR) (p<0.05) was recorded in this group. However, weight gain, relative growth and specific growth rate (SGR) in both the groups were not significantly different (p>0.05). Although insignificant (p>0.05) but higher amylase activity was recorded in steam pellet fed group. Survival was not affected by feeding either of the diets.
 Keywords
Extruded Pellet;Growth;Macrobrachium Rosenbergii;Physical Quality;Post-Larvae;Steam Pellet;
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