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Lysolecithin, also called lysophosphatidylcholine (LPC), can decrease the dietary lipid requirements of #turbot and also increase its weight gain rate and specific growth rate, according to new study from Shanghai Ocean University.
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https://t.co/TZnm02BCnu

Our Australian correspondent, John Mosig, shares his insight on how #hatcheries have changed in the past 20 years
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https://t.co/7L3gE9GFbH

Lysolecithin, also called lysophosphatidylcholine (LPC), can decrease the dietary lipid requirements of #turbot and also increase its weight gain rate and specific growth rate, according to new study from Shanghai Ocean University.
#aquaculture
https://t.co/TZnm02BCnu