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Malcorps, W., Kok, B., van‘t Land, M., Fritz, M., van Doren, D., Servin, K., van der Heijden, P., Palmer, R., Auchterlonie, N., Rietkerk, M., Santos, M. and Davies, S.J (2019) The sustainability conundrum of fishmeal substitution by plant ingredients in shrimp feeds. Sustainability, 11 (4).

Hassaan, M.S., El-Sayed, A.I.M., Soltan, M.A., Iraqi, M.M., Goda, A.M., Davies, S.J, El-Haroun, E.R. and Ramadan, H.A. (2019) Partial dietary fish meal replacement with cotton seed meal and supplementation with exogenous protease alters growth, feed performance, hematological indices and associated gene expression markers (GH, IGF-I) for Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus. Aquaculture, 503. pp. 282-292.

Davies, S.J, Laporte, J., Gouveia, A., Salim, H.S., Woodgate, S.M., Hassaan, M.S. and El-Haroun, E.R. (2018) Validation of processed animal proteins (mono-PAPS) in experimental diets for juvenile gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata L.) as primary fish meal replacers within a European perspective. Aquaculture Nutrition, 25 (1). pp. 225-238.

Wan, A.H.L., Davies, S.J, Soler-Vila, A., Fitzgerald, Ri. and Johnson, M.P. (2018) Macroalgae as a sustainable aquafeed ingredient. Reviews in Aquaculture.

Wan, A.H.L., Snellgrove, D.L. and Davies, S.J (2017) A comparison between marine and terrestrial invertebrate meals for mirror carp (Cyprinus carpio ) diets: Impact on growth, haematology and health. Aquaculture Research.

Young, A.J., Pritchard, J., White, D. and Davies, S.J (2017) Processing of astaxanthin-rich Haematococcus cells for dietary inclusion and optimal pigmentation in Rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss L. Aquaculture Nutrition.

Adeoye, A.A., Jaramillo-Torres, A., Fox, S.W., Merrifield, D.L. and Davies, S.J (2016) Supplementation of formulated diets for tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) with selected exogenous enzymes: overall performance and effects on intestinal histology and microbiota. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 215. pp. 133-143.

Adeoye, A.A., Yomla, R., Jaramillo-Torres, A., Rodiles, A., Merrifield, D.L. and Davies, S.J (2016) Combined effects of exogenous enzymes and probiotic on Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) growth, intestinal morphology and microbiome. Aquaculture, 463. pp. 61-70.

Standen, B.T., Peggs, D.L., Rawling, M.D., Foey, A., Davies, S.J, Santos, G.A. and Merrifield, D.L. (2016) Dietary administration of a commercial mixed-species probiotic improves growth performance and modulates the intestinal immunity of tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus. Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 49. pp. 427-435.

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