Dominique Bureau, Professor
Dominique Bureau, Professor
University of Guelph, Dept. of Animal Biosciences, ABScNM, Fac
Verified email at uoguelph.ca
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Nutrient requirements of fish and shrimp
National Research Council
National academies press, 2011
1574*2011
Feeding aquaculture in an era of finite resources
RL Naylor, RW Hardy, DP Bureau, A Chiu, M Elliott, AP Farrell, I Forster, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (36), 15103-15110, 2009
12562009
Apparent digestibility of rendered animal protein ingredients for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
DP Bureau, AM Harris, CY Cho
Aquaculture 180 (3-4), 345-358, 1999
5041999
The effects of purified alcohol extracts from soy products on feed intake and growth of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
DP Bureau, AM Harris, CY Cho
Aquaculture 161 (1-4), 27-43, 1998
3671998
A review of diet formulation strategies and feeding systems to reduce excretory and feed wastes in aquaculture
CY Cho, DP Bureau
Aquaculture research 32, 349-360, 2001
3642001
Bioenergetics
DP Bureau, SJ Kaushik, CY Cho
Fish nutrition, 1-59, 2003
3112003
Effects of feeding level and water temperature on growth, nutrient and energy utilization and waste outputs of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
PA Azevedo, CY Cho, S Leeson, DP Bureau
Aquatic Living Resources 11 (4), 227-238, 1998
2791998
Development of bioenergetic models and the Fish-PrFEQ software to estimate production, feeding ration and waste output in aquaculture
CY Cho, DP Bureau
Aquatic Living Resources 11 (4), 199-210, 1998
2651998
Feather meals and meat and bone meals from different origins as protein sources in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) diets
DP Bureau, AM Harris, DJ Bevan, LA Simmons, PA Azevedo, CY Cho
Aquaculture 181 (3-4), 281-291, 2000
2392000
Reduction of waste output from salmonid aquaculture through feeds and feeding
CY Cho, DP Bureau
The Progressive Fish‐Culturist 59 (2), 155-160, 1997
1941997
Phosphorus utilization by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): estimation of dissolved phosphorus waste output
DP Bureau, CY Cho
Aquaculture 179 (1-4), 127-140, 1999
1881999
Effect of feeding level on growth and nutrient deposition in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss Walbaum) growing from 150 to 600 g
DP Bureau, K Hua, CY Cho
Aquaculture research 37 (11), 1090-1098, 2006
1692006
Chemical composition and preliminary theoretical estimates of waste outputs of rainbow trout reared in commercial cage culture operations in Ontario
DP Bureau, SJ Gunther, CY Cho
North American Journal of Aquaculture 65 (1), 33-38, 2003
1452003
Pattern and cost of growth and nutrient deposition in fish and shrimp: Potential implications and applications
DP Bureau, PA Azevedo, M Tapia-Salazar, G Cuzon
Avances en nutricion acuicola, 2000
1412000
Modelling growth and body composition in fish nutrition: where have we been and where are we going?
A Dumas, J France, D Bureau
Aquaculture Research 41 (2), 161-181, 2010
1402010
Diet digestible energy content affects lysine utilization, but not dietary lysine requirements of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) for maximum growth
P Encarnação, C de Lange, M Rodehutscord, D Hoehler, W Bureau, ...
Aquaculture 235 (1-4), 569-586, 2004
1402004
Letter to the Editor of Aquaculture
DP Bureau, K Hua
Aquaculture 2 (252), 103-105, 2006
1312006
Effect of replacing fish meal with soybean meal on growth, feed utilization and carcass composition of cuneate drum (Nibea miichthioides)
Y Wang, LJ Kong, C Li, DP Bureau
Aquaculture 261 (4), 1307-1313, 2006
1302006
Dietary incorporation of soybean meal and exogenous enzyme cocktail can affect physical characteristics of faecal material egested by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
AE Ogunkoya, GI Page, MA Adewolu, DP Bureau
Aquaculture 254 (1-4), 466-475, 2006
1272006
Growth, nitrogen and energy utilization of juveniles from four salmonid species: diet, species and size effects
PA Azevedo, S Leeson, CY Cho, DP Bureau
Aquaculture 234 (1-4), 393-414, 2004
1272004
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