Preliminary results on the somatic and body compositional changes in juvenile common carp during long-term starvation

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  • Dániel Varga
  • Csaba Hancz
  • Tamás Molnár
  • Róbert Romvári
  • András Szabó

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common carp, juveniles, body composition, starvation

Absztrakt

The aim of our study was to analyse the body compositional changes in common carp juveniles during 12-week-long starvation. Food restriction had a significant impact on every parameter. Hepatosomatic index, viscerosomatix index and condition factor decreased linearly, while in case of body composition parameters a slight fluctuation can be observed. Body fat and dry matter content decreased, protein and ash increased due to 12-week-long starvation. It can be concluded that body lipids constituted the major energy source for starved carp juveniles and 12-week-long starvation did not induce proteolysis in tissues.

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2014-02-15

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Varga, D., Hancz, C., Molnár, T., Romvári, R., & Szabó, A. (2014). Preliminary results on the somatic and body compositional changes in juvenile common carp during long-term starvation. Acta Agraria Kaposváriensis, 18(1), 50–54. Elérés forrás https://journal.uni-mate.hu/index.php/aak/article/view/2081

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