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Effect of Moringa oleifera leaves on the growth and enzymatic activities of Labeo rohita by replacing with fish meal

By: Zahoor Ahmed Khetran, Zohaib Noor, Fayyaz Rasool, Muhammad Naveed Aslam, Zulfiqar Ali Rahujo, Hussain Mehdi, Abdul Sattar Khetran, Muhammad Rafique Khetran, Karim Johar Khan, Muhammad Ahmad, Mannal Noor

Key Words: Amylase, Water quality, Weight gain

Int. J. Biosci. 12(1), 200-205, January 2018.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12692/ijb/12.1.200-205

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Abstract

Moringa oleifera (M. oleifera) is the most common source of plant proteins in fish diet, because it is cheap source of protein and easily availbale.The present study was designed to investigate the effect of (M. oleifera) on the growth and enzymatic activities of Labeo rohita (L. rohita) supplemented diet of Moringaoleifera (M.oleifera)leaves, experiment was conducted in four groups i.e. controll group (no M. oleiferasupplemets) and experimental groups T1 (15%), T2 (30%), T3 (45%). All the fish were reared in the glass aquaria in the replicate of three. After the completion of experimetal trial fish weight were noticed, maximum weight gain (15.23 ± 0.08) was observed in the T2 group compared to other groups. After analyzing the amylase(0.55 ± 0.07) and cellulase activties (0.53 ± 0.09) was high in T2 compared to other experimental groups, which results in efficent digestion. All the water quality paramters were within range. Thus it is concluded from the present study that repacing 30% (M.oleifera) with fish meal can increase the growth rate and enzymatic actvities of (L. rohita).

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Zahoor Ahmed Khetran, Zohaib Noor, Fayyaz Rasool, Muhammad Naveed Aslam, Zulfiqar Ali Rahujo, Hussain Mehdi, Abdul Sattar Khetran, Muhammad Rafique Khetran, Karim Johar Khan, Muhammad Ahmad, Mannal Noor.
Effect of Moringa oleifera leaves on the growth and enzymatic activities of Labeo rohita by replacing with fish meal.
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