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Carotenoids pp 237-254 | Cite as

Carotenoids in Aquaculture: Fish and Crustaceans

  • Bjorn Bjerkeng
Part of the Carotenoids book series (CAROT, volume 4)

Abstract

This Chapter deals with selected topics on the use of carotenoids for colouration in aquaculture and incudes examples from ecological studies which support our understanding of functions and actions of carotenoids and colouration in fishes and crustaceans. Animal colours may be physical or structural in origin [1], e.g. Tyndall blues and iridescent diffraction colours, or they may be due to pigments, including carotenoids (Chapter 10).

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Rainbow Trout Atlantic Salmon Arctic Charr Salmonid Fish Ornamental Fish 
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  • Bjorn Bjerkeng
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  1. 1.Nofima Akvaforsk-Fiskeriforskning ASSunndalsøraNorway

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