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In an attempt to mimic the proximate composition found in Artemia's nauplii, a type of food commonly used in intensive rearing of fish larvae, inert diets were produced by ionic gelation using either low methoxyl amidated pectin or sodium alginate and subsequently coated with whey proteins by electrostatic interaction. The particles were morphologically characterized by optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy, showing spherical shape when moist or rehydrated. The resulting particlesdoi:10.5380/cep.v31i2.34856 fatcat:bjem7zabz5cffhfoxbxyeo5fl4