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Effect of Dietary Salt (Sodium Chloride) Supplementation on Growth, Survival and Feed Utilization of Oreochromis shiranus (Trewavas, 1941)
Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development
A study was conducted to determine growth response, survival and feed utilization efficiency of Oreochromis shiranus. Fingerings of 12.32 ± 0.34 g were fed diets containing different levels of sodium chloride. (Diet 1= 0%, diet 2=1%, diet 3=1.5% and diet 4=2%). Treatments were replicated three times and 25 fish were stocked in each of the 100 L grass tanks. Fish were fed 5% body weight twice a day. Weight measurements were recorded fortnightly. Fish fed diet 3 and diet 1 had final a weight gaindoi:10.4172/2155-9546.1000388 fatcat:jm7lghbxb5f7xkvogccxofknha