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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v51.i5.30
pages 25-38

Food Consumption and Assimilation in Decapoda

V. F. Kulesh
Belarusian State Teachers-Training University Minsk, Belarus


A dependence of daily diet on body's mass in the order Decapoda was calculated. The dependence is reliably described by exponential equation. This enables to assess degree of food assimilation by decapods at feeding by various foods within temperature interval 10−30°C in natural conditions and at industrial breeding. Food assimilation by decapods is quite high and in most cases exceeds 90%. This parameter is relatively stable at different temperature and does not depend on animals' age.

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