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Nutritional evaluation of decapsulated cysts of five species of fairy shrimp (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) from Italy for use in larval fish rearing

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[The wild cysts of five fairy shrimp species (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) from Italy were tested for their fatty acid profiles, particularly essential fatty acids (EFA), in order to obtain information on inter-species differences. Statistical comparison of the results obtained revealed significant (mostly P < 0.001) differences among the species studied, and seem to point also in favour of their use in feeding of larval fishes. Le cisti selvatiche di cinque specie di anostraci italiani (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) di acqua dolce sono state analizzate dal punto di vista del profilo in acidi grassi, quelli essenziali (EFA) in particolare, allo scopo di valutarne l'idoneità come fonte di cibo alternativa per larve di pesci. I risultati indicano differenze significative (nella maggior parte dei casi analizzati P < 0.001) nel profilo delle specie considerate, alcune delle quali sembrano particolarmente interessanti., The wild cysts of five fairy shrimp species (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) from Italy were tested for their fatty acid profiles, particularly essential fatty acids (EFA), in order to obtain information on inter-species differences. Statistical comparison of the results obtained revealed significant (mostly P < 0.001) differences among the species studied, and seem to point also in favour of their use in feeding of larval fishes. Le cisti selvatiche di cinque specie di anostraci italiani (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) di acqua dolce sono state analizzate dal punto di vista del profilo in acidi grassi, quelli essenziali (EFA) in particolare, allo scopo di valutarne l'idoneità come fonte di cibo alternativa per larve di pesci. I risultati indicano differenze significative (nella maggior parte dei casi analizzati P < 0.001) nel profilo delle specie considerate, alcune delle quali sembrano particolarmente interessanti.]

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2005-06-01
2016-12-10

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