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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 09)
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Influence of pH on Survival, Growth and Activities of Digestive Enzymes of Odontobutis obscures

Jian-Sheng Ye, Xiao-Jiang Chen and Yong-yong Zhu
Corresponding Author:  Xiao-Jiang Chen 

Key words:  Activities of digestive enzymes, growth, Odontobutis obscurus, survival, , ,
Vol. 5 , (09): 1234-1237
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June 11, 2012 June 21, 2013 September 05, 2013
Abstract:

The aim of our research is to explore the suitable range of pH for Odontobutis obscures Include the influence of pH on the survival, growth and activities of digestive enzymes of Odontobutis obscures. The results showed that Odontobutis obscures can survive well at 6.5~8.5 of pH. At 8.0 of pH, Odontobutis obscures gained fastest, the average weight gain rate was 21.23%. The activity of protease, amylase and lipase of the Odontobutis obscures increase with pH; while attained the maximum, activities of digestive enzymes decreased with pH. The optimum pH of protease is 8.5, amylase is 7.5-8.0, lipase is 7.5.
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Jian-Sheng Ye, Xiao-Jiang Chen and Yong-yong Zhu, 2013. Influence of pH on Survival, Growth and Activities of Digestive Enzymes of Odontobutis obscures.  Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 5(09): 1234-1237.
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