A physiological and biochemical approach to selecting the ideal diet for Ostrea edulis (L.) broodstock conditioning (part A)
|Author(s)||Gonzalez-Araya Ricardo1, 2, Queau Isabelle1, Quere Claudie3, Moal Jeanne3, Robert Rene1|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : IFREMER, Stat Expt Argenton, UMR Physiol & Ecophysiol Mollusques Marins 100, F-29840 Argenton Landunvez, France.
2 : Univ Los Lagos, Dept Acuicultura & Recursos Acuat, Osorno, Chile.
3 : IFREMER, Ctr Brest, UMR Physiol & Ecophysiol Mollusques Marins 100, Plouzane, France.
|Source||Aquaculture Research (1355-557X) (Wiley-blackwell), 2011-04 , Vol. 42 , N. 5 , P. 710-726|
|WOS© Times Cited||25|
|Keyword(s)||Ostrea edulis, conditioning, algal diets, ingestion, absorption, biochemical composition|
|Abstract||To select the best microalgae for Ostrea edulis conditioning, four single species diets were fed to batches of broodstock, which were then compared using physiological and biochemical approaches. Ingestion and absorption were first studied, showing that Chaetoceros gracilis and Skeletonema marinoï were efficiently ingested (4.9–5.3 mg g−1 h−1) and absorbed (1.9–2.5 mg g−1 h−1) while Tetraselmis suecica led to the lowest physiological responses (0.36 and 0.12 mg g−1 h−1 respectively). When O. edulis were fed any microalgae except T-ISO with only 79 mg g−1, gonads accumulated carbohydrates from 116 to 141 mg g−1 and the extent of accumulation depended on the species supplied in the order T. suecica|