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Development of Biopolymers as Binders for Feed for Farmed Aquatic Organisms

By Marina Paolucci, Adele Fabbrocini, Maria Grazia Volpe, Ettore Varricchio and Elena Coccia

Submitted: February 24th 2011Reviewed: August 8th 2011Published: January 27th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/28116

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Marina Paolucci, Adele Fabbrocini, Maria Grazia Volpe, Ettore Varricchio and Elena Coccia (January 27th 2012). Development of Biopolymers as Binders for Feed for Farmed Aquatic Organisms, Aquaculture, Zainal Abidin Muchlisin, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/28116. Available from:

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