alexa The Effect of Lipid Composition in Diets on Ovicell Gen
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Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development
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The Effect of Lipid Composition in Diets on Ovicell Generating of the Russian Sturgeon Females

Fedorovykh JV*, Ponomarev SV, Bakaneva JM, Bakanev NM, Sergeeva JV, Bakhareva АА, Grozesku JN and Egorova VI
Astrakhan State Technical University (ASTU), Department of Aquaculture and Water Bioresources, 414056, Rus-sian Federation, Astrakhan, Tatishev st, 16, Russia
Corresponding Author : Fedorovykh JV
Astrakhan State Technical University(ASTU)
Department of Aquaculture and Water Bioresources
414056, Russian Federation, Astrakhan
Tatishev st, 16, Russia
Tel: 7(8512)614163
E-mail: [email protected]
Received February 24, 2015; Accepted March 10, 2015; Published April 25, 2015
Citation: Fedorovykh JV, Ponomarev SV, Bakaneva JM, Bakanev NM, Sergeeva JV, et al.(2015)The Effect of Lipid Composition in Diets on Ovicell Generating of the Russian Sturgeon Females. J Aquac Res Development 6:334. doi: 10.4172/2155-9546.1000334
Copyright: ©2015 Fedorovykh JV, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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This research is aimed to study the effect of lipid composition in diets on ovicell generating of the Russian sturgeon females. Addition of fish oil in number of 9% (with 12-13% total fat content in mixed fodder) proved to be an opti-mal rate of mixed fodder supplement with fish oil for both commodity sturgeon farming and pre-spawning maintenance of breeders with the view of improving the quality of the live fertilized roes and caviar alike. According to the data of biochemical analyses of the sturgeons body composition, hematological indices, growth rates and general condition of the cultivated fish the effect was rather positive. At a minimum expenditure of fodder the body weight gain of the fish body in these series of experiments amounted 3.2% with maximum possible level of survivability (100%). Besides being highly nourishing fish oil also attracting.

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