2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782010001000021 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The present study evaluated the effectiveness of Amazonian nut (Bertholletia excelsa) as an alternative source of vegetal protein in tambaqui (Colossom a m acropomum)diet. Performance and physiological status of fish fed for 60 days were evaluated. Four experimental isonitrogenous diets with 36% crude protein were formulated with increasing levels of nut meal (0, 10, 20 and 30%)

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“…The same trend was observed by Santos et al. (2010) studying tambaqui fed increasing levels of crude protein. On the other hand, an increased on haematocrit values was describe in cobia ( R. canadum ) and the authors related their result to the nutritional stress suffered by fish fed lysine‐deficient diets (Zhou et al., 2007).…”
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“…The same trend was observed by Santos et al. (2010) studying tambaqui fed increasing levels of crude protein. On the other hand, an increased on haematocrit values was describe in cobia ( R. canadum ) and the authors related their result to the nutritional stress suffered by fish fed lysine‐deficient diets (Zhou et al., 2007).…”
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“…Os peixes que receberam a maior quantidade de farinha de manga e menor teor de proteína na ração apresentaram aumento de aminoácidos livres no plasma, tendo efeito polinomial positiva (figura 3B). Esse efeito foi observado em tambaqui alimentado com farinha de castanha (Santos et al, 2010b). Em outro estudo, o uso de 50 % de amido de milho e 28 % de proteína bruta reduziu as concentrações de aminoácidos plasmáticos (Corrêa et al, 2007).…”
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“…Os estudos publicados com ingredientes alternativos objetivam encontrar alimentos que barateiem os custos com a ração, reduzam os impactos ambientais e viabilizem o uso de produtos regionais (Backes et al, 2007;Santos et al, 2010;Pereira-Junior et al, 2013;Jobling, 2016;. Dentre as publicações com ingredientes tradicionais e alternativos para peixes amazônicos, 59 são publicações com ingredientes alternativos para tambaqui, 5 para pirarucu e 3 para matrinxã.…”
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“…Para ingredientes como o côco, embora do ponto de vista biológico possam ser incluídos em dietas para tambaqui, são economicamente inviáveis como ingredientes alternativos. Outras publicações utilizando ingredientes alternativos são direcionadas para a saúde e bem-estar do tambaqui, digestibilidade, rendimento de carcaça, composição de filé, a castanha da Amazônia (Santos et al, 2010) e o camu-camu (Aride et al, 2018).…”
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