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Esencialmente no hay datos humanos que indiquen que los alimentos de soya tradicionales aumentan la recurrencia del tumor en pacientes con cáncer de mama…

Language
Spanish

Date Published
January 1, 2013

Author
United Soybean Export Council
Description

Los alimentos de soya ofrecen beneficios nutricionales y de salud a una variedad de grupos de población…

Language
Spanish

Date Published
October 28, 2015

Author
United Soybean Export Council
Language
Polish

Date Published
October 1, 2014

Author
United Soybean Export Council
Language
German

Date Published
January 25, 2013

Author
United Soybean Export Council

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Brent Babb

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Language
Spanish

Date Published
January 25, 2013

Author
United Soybean Export Council
Description

European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) is one of the main species of marine fish produced in the Mediterranean region, totalling close to 80,000 MT in 2006.

The main objective of the present study is to determine the optimal inclusion levels and value of soy bean products (defatted soybean meal SBM, soybean oil SBO and soy protein concentrate SPC of U.S. origin) as fish meal/fish oil replacers in practical diets for D. labrax. The effect of fish meal replacement with soy products on growth, survival, HSI, VSI, liver histology, FCR and PER will be evaluated under controlled lab scale conditions.

Language
English

Date Published
October 29, 2007

Author
United States Soybean Export Council
Description

A feeding trial with Gilthead seabream, the main species of marine fish produced in the Mediterranean region (>120 000 MT per year) was performed to evaluate the effect of different inclusion levels of soybean products (defatted soybean meal, soybean protein concentrate and soybean oil) as fish meal/oil replacement. The inclusion levels of soybean products were 18% for the control diet (high quality feed with 65% of the protein originating from fishmeal), 31-34% for the treatments with 50% of the protein coming from fishmeal and up to 46% for the treatments where only 35% of the protein was provided by fishmeal. Dietary formulation was adapted to compensate for effects of soybean inclusion on nutritional and palatability characteristics of the feeds.

Seabream were fed the experimental feeds during 8 weeks and parameters followed included growth, survival, food conversion, protein efficiency ration, carcass composition, filet composition, hepatosomatic and viscerosomatic indices, filet index, liver composition and gut histology.

Results indicated that none of the evaluated parameters was significantly affected by the different replacement levels compared to the control. Neither growth nor food conversion were affected by the inclusion of high levels of soybean products. Histological study of the intestinal epithelium did not show any pathological sign due to the replacement. It can be concluded that for Gilthead seabream, the replacement of fish meal with soybean meal under the conditions of the trial, is perfectly feasible without affecting the performance of the fish during the culture.

Language
English

Date Published
October 29, 2007

Author
United States Soybean Export Council