Efecto del nivel proteico de la dieta sobre el desarrollo de juveniles de la langosta australiana Cherax quadricarinatus (Decapoda: Parastacidae)

  • Torres A
  • Colmenares H
  • Cerecedo R
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Recibido 25-1-2001. Corregido 18-X-2001. Aceptado 12-11-2002. Abstract: An experimental study was conducted from October to December, 1999, in the aquaculture facilities of CIBNOR SC, at La Paz, BCS. To evaluate the effect of diet protein level on tbe productive response, in juve-niles of the australian lobster, Cherax quadricarinatus, diets with four levels of crude protein (20.45, 28.25, 37.33 y 45.44%), were formulated and probed. Growth, grow rate, survival, biomass and food conversion rate were greater in juveniles fed witb diets of 37.33 and 45.44% of crude protein. It is concluded tbat diet protein level affects the productive response of redclaw and a level of 37% of crude protein in the diet is enough to obtain acceptable results.

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  • Cherax quadricarinatus
  • Nutrition
  • Redclaw

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