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Fig. 3 | Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Fig. 3

From: Synergistic effects of autochthonous probiotic bacterium and Mentha piperita diets in Catla catla (Hamilton, 1822) for enhanced growth and immune response

Fig. 3

Plots of Kaplan-Meier estimates of survival of C. Catla after challenge trial in different M. piperita-supplemented diets without (a) or with (b) probiotic bacterium B. coagulans (Experiment 1 and Experiment 2). M. piperita-supplemented diet without probiotic bacterium B. coagulans (C1 = Control, P1 = 2 g Kg−1, P2 = 4 g Kg−1, P3 = 6 g Kg−1, P4 = 8 g Kg−1) and M. piperita-supplemented diet with probiotic bacterium B. coagulans (C2 = Control, PP1 = 2 g Kg−1, PP2 = 4 g Kg−1, PP3 = 6 g Kg−1, and PP4 = 8 g Kg−1)

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