2023
DOI: 10.1590/1519-6984.246568
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Abstract: Fishmeal; being a limited and costly feed ingredient is continuously been substituted with locally available plant proteins. However, the occurrence of anti-nutritional factors in plant meal suppresses its potential to be fully replaced. Therefore, in this study we aimed to study the synergistic effects of dietary additives like citric acid and phytase enzyme supplementation on growth performance and nutrient digestibility of Cirrhinus mrigala fingerlings. Canola meal (CM) was used as a test ingredient to repl… Show more

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“…In current study, C. carpio showed maximum digestibility of gross energy, crude protein and crude fat along with maximum retention but less excretion of nutrients when fed on test diet T12. These results coincide with the findings of Arsalan et al (2021). Similar results of improved nutrient digestibility and less nutrients discharged through feces were also found by Afzal et al (2019).…”
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confidence: 90%
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“…In current study, C. carpio showed maximum digestibility of gross energy, crude protein and crude fat along with maximum retention but less excretion of nutrients when fed on test diet T12. These results coincide with the findings of Arsalan et al (2021). Similar results of improved nutrient digestibility and less nutrients discharged through feces were also found by Afzal et al (2019).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 90%
“…The results of mean weight gain revealed that all formulated diets were nutritionally adequate. Studies of Arsalan et al (2021) and Ahmad et al (2021) with C. mrigala and L. rohita fingerlings, respectively revealed the similar results of improved growth performance when 50% FM was replaced with CM and cottonseed meal, respectively, and supplemented with 2.5% CA and 750 FTU kg -1 level of PHY. This replacement level of fish meal by plant meals along with CA and PHY supplementation proved beneficial in improving morphometric parameters of fish.…”
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confidence: 76%
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