Hurrem Yumuk Arslan, Gonca Alak, Telat Yanık
Full Text PDF | Brown trout, chemical composition, intestinal flora, prebiotic.
In this research, Brown trout (Salmo trutta fario L., 1758) with 100±15 g from the fish production center of Aquaculture department of Fisheries Faculty at Ataturk university was used. The effects of addition of prebiotic (0 % prebiotic as control and 0.1 % prebiotic) to the fish diets was determined from a-90 days of feeding trial (Experiment 1) with 4 replications (2x4=8 tanks). Fish were distributed randomly to each group of tanks including 40 fish each. Fish were fed with experimental diets twice a day at 10±1°C water temperature. In the experiment treatment vs time interaction was investigated by taking samples from intestine for determination of intestinal bacterial flora and body proximate composition at 0, 30, 60 and 90. days.
Feeding fish with prebiotic showed that there were significant changes in the number of all bacteria counted from intestinal flora and percentages of chemical composition from fish fillets (p<0.05).
Cite this paper: Arslan, H.Y., Alak, G., Yanik, T. (2021). CHANGES IN MICROBIAL INTESTINE FLORA OF BROWN TROUT (SALMO TRUTTA FARIO) FED WITH PREBIOTIC ADDED FEEDS. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 10(19), 181-186. https://doi.org/10.47068/ctns.2021.v10i19.024