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Effects of oyster mushroom as a feed addictive in juvenile cherry salmon

  • Oh, Tae-Seok (Department of plant Resources, Kongju National University) ;
  • Park, Youn-Jin (Kongju National University Legumes Green Manure Resource Center) ;
  • Lim, Hyun-Goo (Department of plant Resources, Kongju National University) ;
  • Jung, Hea-Young (Department of plant Resources, Kongju National University) ;
  • Jang, Myoung-Jun (Department of plant Resources, Kongju National University)
  • Received : 2019.06.18
  • Accepted : 2019.06.21
  • Published : 2019.06.30

Abstract

Our research on juvenile Oncorhynchus masou masou in oyster mushroom supplemented diet was studied to investigate the effect of feeding. Mixing of feed ingredients for dried oyster mushrooms, 3.5, 7.0, 10.5, 14.0 (%) was added to the amount of oyster mushroom dietary beta-glucan content of the more abundant. After the weight of feed given to salmon survey oyster mushrooms diet for 3.5 to 7.0% was similar to the formula feed and the weight of the fish ate oyster mushroom feed over 10.5% were reduced. The oyster mushroom of the experimental diets containing 3.5 to 7.0 percent hepatosomatic index and feed coefficient figure was similar to those of the formulated diets. Therefore we have juvenile cherry salmon fed diets containing 3.5 to 7.0% was considered good to eat and additional research on the immune response will be carried out was necessary.

Keywords

Beta-glucan;Cherry salmon;Fishmeal;Pleurotus ostreatus

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Fig. 2. β-glucan content (%) of the experiment diets. D, control; D 3.5, Oyster mushroom meal level 3.5%; D 7.0, Oyster mushroom meal level 7.0%; D 10.5, Oyster mushroom meal level 10.5%; D 14.0, Oyster mushroom meal level 14.0%.

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Fig. 1. The photography of experiment equipment A: Control (0%), B: 3.5%, C: 7.0%, D: 10.0%, E: 14.0%, F: Full equipment

Table 1. Composition of the experimental diets for the juvenile cherry salmon (%, dry matter)

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Table 2. Nutrients composition of the experiment diets

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Table 3. Increment of total length and weight gain for cherry salmon fed experimental diet during 4 weeks

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Table 4. Growth properties of cherry salmon fed experimental diet during 4 weeks

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Table 5. Nutrients composition of cherry salmon by the experiment diets fed

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Acknowledgement

Grant : Development of technology to improve the efficiency in transforming food waste into useful resources

Supported by : Korea Ministry of Environment

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