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We focused the literature review on fish and crustaceans species which fatty acid content through embryogenesis and larval culture have been previously studied. Specifically we searched for published data on DHA content in newly spawned eggs, DHA consumption during embryogenesis (obtained as the difference between the DHA in newly spawned eggs and pre-hatching eggs), and larval culture success with a prey rich in DHA and with a prey lacking DHA. In order to avoid possible misleading information regarding synthesis and catabolism of fatty acids, data based upon relationships with variable constituents, specifically percent data, were not considered. Only studies in which DHA content was presented as an absolute individual measurement or as a proportion of dry matter (μ dw-1) were considered. Joana Figueiredo, The Consumption of DHA during Embryogenesis as an Indicative of the Need to Supply DHA during Early Larval Development: A Review
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