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Table 3 Apparent digestibility of dry matter, organic matter, crude protein and digestible energy of diets and novel raw materials in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

From: Apparent digestibility of dry matter, organic matter, protein and energy of native Peruvian feedstuffs in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

   Treatments SEM1
Basal Kañiwa Kiwicha Quinoa Bean Sacha inchi Jumbo squid
Diets (%)
 Dry matter 72.9ab 65.5d 68.8cd 72.1bc 56.5e 73.1ab 76.3a 1.11
 Organic matter 76.6ab 68.3d 72.5c 75.4bc 60.4e 77.2ab 80.3a 1.18
 Crude protein 90.3b 88.3c 90.1b 90.3b 84.9d 92.8a 91.3b 0.40
 Digestible energy2 4.19b 3.57c 3.81d 3.78c 3.32e 4.19b 4.36a 0.05
Novel raw materials (%)
 Dry matter   47.5d 58.9c 69.7b 36.6e 73.5b 84.5a 1.43
 Organic matter   49.2e 63.1d 72.9c 40.4f 78.4b 89.1a 1.54
 Crude protein   82.5d 89.1c 90.3bc 71.6e 98.0a 93.2b 1.14
 Digestible energy2   2.25d 2.74c 2.95c 1.75e 4.15b 4.57a 0.09
  1. Means with different letters in the same row differ significantly at P < 0.05
  2. 1Standard error mean (n = 3). The P value in all variables studied in diets and novel raw materials were statistically significant P < 0.001
  3. 2Expressed in Mcal/kg DM