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Fecal Solid Feed from the Recirculating Aquaculture System of the Renewable Sea Cucumber Apostichopus japonicus
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Fecal Solid Feed from the Recirculating Aquaculture System of the Renewable Sea Cucumber Apostichopus japonicus
Jeong, U-Cheol; Jin, Feng; Choi, Jong-Kuk; Md, Anisuzzaman; Choi, Byeong-Dae; Kang, Seok-Joong;
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 Abstract
Pollution caused by fecal solids released from recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) is a growing global concern requiring immediate attention. Thus, this study investigated the physicochemical characteristics of fecal solid feed from RASs used for eel and rainbow trout farming. The concentrations of proteins, lipids, crude ash, and moisture in eel fecal solids were 10.9%, 1.2%, 85.8%, and 72.2%, respectively, while those in rainbow trout fecal solid feed were 20.5%, 3.2%, 70.9%, and 87.0%, respectively. The control group was fed a mixture of sea cucumber and dried sea mud. The protein digestibilities of eel and rainbow trout fecal solids were 25.43% and 23.96%, respectively, while the respective lipid digestibilities were 35.62% and 36.80%, respectively.
 Keywords
Fecal solids;Sea cucumber;Apostichopus japonicas;Recirculating aquaculture system;RAS;
 Language
Korean
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