DIGESTIVE ENZYMATIC AND GROWTH STUDY OF Danio rerio FED WITH Agaricus bisporus ENRICHED DIET

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TASMI ANSARI
RAHUL JADHAV

Abstract

The study serve the purpose to evaluate growth performance and digestive enzymatic study of the intestinal tissue of Danio rerio as it was measured function of quality of the test diets as the enzyme activity is affected by the proteins and energy densities. A. bisporus is a protein rich diet used as effective alternate to commercial diet. In the present investigation A. bisporus enriched diet is fed to zebra fish to study growth performance and digestive enzyme activity. A total of 80 zebra fish were divided into 4 groups. The experiment were performed in triplicates and one group is of control fed with commercial flakes .They are fed 10% of their body weight twice a day. The A. bisporus demonstrated that after 4th week the weight of the zebra is significantly increased to 0.90±0.11 and the zebra fish has shown improvement in digestive enzyme activity Protease, Lipase, Amylase and Alkaline Phosphatase 270±0.09, 2.9±0.3, 91.11±0.21, 63.32±0.66 respectively, as there was increase in the protein content in diet. Therefore A.bisporus diet can replaced fishmeal.

Keywords:
Agaricus bisporus, Danio rerio, growth study, digestive enzyme, diet.

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ANSARI, T., & JADHAV, R. (2021). DIGESTIVE ENZYMATIC AND GROWTH STUDY OF Danio rerio FED WITH Agaricus bisporus ENRICHED DIET. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(6), 20-25. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/2012
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