volume 34, issue 8, P780-784 2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-736x2014000800013
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Abstract: ABSTRACT.-Muzitano I.S., Neves C.A., Radael M.C., Rezende F.P., Mendonça P.P., Santos M. Farmed fishes are highly sensitive to diets deficient in ascorbic acid with clinical symptoms that affect performance and commercialization for causing deformities. Aiming to meet the minimum levels for red rainbow fish, six isoaminoacid and isocaloric diets with varying levels of active vitamin C were tested. At the end of 42 days experimental period, 36 fishes were histologically analyzed for the percentage of connectiv…

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