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Comparison of Nutrient Components in Muscles of Wild and Artificial Cultured Triplophysa siluroides
Author of the article:LI Hua
Author's Workplace:(Sichuan Technology and Business College, Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province 611837, China)
Key Words:Triplophysa siluroides; muscle; nutrient components; amino acid
Abstract:

The nutrient components in muscles of wild and artificial cultured Triplophysa siluroides were measured and compared. No significant difference were observed in the contents of crude protein, crude fat, ash, total amino acids, non-essential amino acids and delicious amino acids in the muscles between the wild and artificial cultured T. siluroides (P>0.05). The amino compositions of the wild were in agreement with cultured individuals, which were composed of 17 kinds of amino acids (tryptophan was not measured). The essential amino acids index (EAAI) in the muscles of wild and cultured T. siluroides was 85.17 and 82.48, respectively. According to AAS, the first limited amino acid is Val, while the CS standard was (Met+Cys). In conclusion, the conventional nutrition of muscles of the wild T. siluroides is slightly higher than the artificial cultured and can supply human needed lysine.

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