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Aquaculture Nutrition


 

Status
active
Indexing
Abstracts of Mycology; gBiotech News and Information; Agricola (Agricultural OnLine Access) (Mar.1998, vol.4, no.1-); Agroforestry Abstracts (Online Edition); Animal Breeding Abstracts; Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts;
BIOBASE (vol.9, 2003-); Biological Abstracts; BIOSIS Previews; Biotechnology & Bioengineering Abstracts; C A B Abstracts; Chemical Abstracts;
Current Contents; Dairy Science Abstracts; Environmental Sciences and Pollution Management;
Grasslands and Forage Abstracts; Horticultural Science Abstracts; Index Veterinarius; Maize Abstracts Online; Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews;
Oceanic Abstracts; Pig News & Information; Plant Breeding Abstracts; Science Citation Index; SCOPUS; Soybean Abstracts (Online Edition); Sugar Industry Abstracts; Veterinary Bulletin; Weed Abstracts; Wheat, Barley and Triticale Abstracts; Zoological Record;
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
1353-5773
E ISSN
1365-2095
First volume
1
Last volume
15+
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Description

Aquaculture Nutrition is an exciting journal, published on a bimonthly basis, providing a global perspective on the nutrition of all cultivated aquatic animals. Topics range from extensive aquaculture to laboratory studies of nutritional biochemistry and physiology. The Journal specifically seeks to improve our understanding of the nutrition of aquacultured species through the provision of an international forum for the presentation of reviews and original research papers.

Aquaculture Nutrition publishes papers which strive to:

  • increase basic knowledge of the nutrition of aquacultured species and elevate the standards of published aquaculture nutrition research.
  • improve understanding of the relationships between nutrition and the environmental impact of aquaculture.
  • increase understanding of the relationships between nutrition and processing, product quality, and the consumer.
  • help aquaculturalists improve their management and understanding of the complex discipline of nutrition.
  • help the aquaculture feed industry by providing a focus for relevant information, techniques, tools and concepts.











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