Productive performance of the hybrid Patinga (Piaractus mesopotamicus x Piaractus brachypomus) fed plant-derived feed with different levels of fish protein hydrolyzate

Keywords: aquaculture, feeding, use of co-products, nutrition

Abstract

O objetivo deste trabalho foi determinar a composição centesimal do hidrolisado proteico de pescado (HPP) e avaliar o desemprenho produtivo de alevinos do hibrido de patinga (Piaractus mesopotamicus x Piaractus brachypomus) alimentados com ração a base de ingredientes de origem vegetal. O HPP foi produzido com 80% de resíduos da filetagem da tilápia (cabeças, vísceras, escamas, barbatanas, coluna vertebral e tecido aderido) e 20% de sardinha inteira. Foram elaboradas cinco dietas com níveis crescente de 0, 2, 4, 6 e 8% de HPP. Para o desempenho produtivo foram utilizados 375 animais com peso médio de 0,4 ± 0,005 g. A composição centesimal do HPP foi de 40,74% de proteína bruta, 54,06% de lipídeos, 3,23% de cinzas e 6,429 kcal kg-1 de energia bruta (valores com base na matéria seca). Em relação ao desempenho, na análise polinomial o peso final, ganho em peso, comprimento final e taxa de crescimento especifico apresentaram resultados positivos até 4% de inclusão do HPP (p<0.05). Porém, a taxa de eficiência proteica e sobrevivência não mostraram diferenças significativas (p>0.05). Através da derivação da equação polinomial, indica-se a inclusão de 3,32% de HPP em rações a base de ingredientes de origem vegetal para alevinos do híbrido patinga.

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2022-12-23
How to Cite
Carvalho da Silva, Thiberio, and Wilson Rogério Boscolo. 2022. “Productive Performance of the Hybrid Patinga (Piaractus Mesopotamicus X Piaractus Brachypomus) Fed Plant-Derived Feed With Different Levels of Fish Protein Hydrolyzate”. Latin American Archives of Animal Production 30 (4), 293-300. https://doi.org/10.53588/alpa.300402.
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