They reported that in Rachycentron
canadum juveniles erratic and lethargic swim arised when the fish were exposed to ammoniac concentration of 0.80 N[H.sub.3] [L.sup.-1].
Apparent digestibility of selected feed ingredients for juvenile cobia (Rachycentron
Likewise, other studies reported the good utilization of corn gluten meals for omnivorous fish species such as silver perch Bidyanus bidyanus (Allan et al., 2000), jundia Rhamdia quelen (Oliveira-Filho & Fracalossi, 2006), pacu Piaractus mesopotamicus (Abimorad et al., 2008), channel catfish (Kitagima & Fracalossi, 2011) and Nile tilapia (Vidal et al., 2015), as well as for carnivorous species, such as cobia Rachycentron
canadum (Zhou et al., 2004), dourado Salminus brasiliensis (Borghesi et al., 2009), Atlantic salmon Salmo salar (Burr et al., 2011) and Northern snakehead Ophiocephalus argus (Yu et al., 2013), showing protein and energy ADCs values ranging from 0.856 to 0.968 and from 0.827 to 1.045, respectively.
Cavalli economic analysis of cobia (Rachycentron
canadum) cage culture in large- and small-scale production systems in Brazil.
canadum) is a species with high zootechnical potential, due the high growth rate, low mortality, good feed efficiency and high market value.
Effects of early weaning strategies on growth, survival and digestive enzyme activities in cobia (Rachycentron
canadum L.) larvae.
Partial replacement of fishmeal by soybean meal in diets for juvenile cobia (Rachycentron
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Abstract--We describe the length-at-age relationship of cobia (Rachycentron
canadum) with the use of 3 nonlinear models, and examine both the movement patterns of cobia in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic Ocean and the instantaneous total mortality rate (Z, per year) from tag-recovery models with data from the Sport Fish Tag and Release Program of the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Research Laboratory.