Fish is a Natural Diabetic Animal Why? | Abstract
Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development

Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development
Open Access

ISSN: 2155-9546



Fish is a Natural Diabetic Animal Why?

Sri Lakshmi Ajit

Glucose is perhaps the most physiologically significant mono saccharides for the creation of energy in a large portion of the creatures. Glucose is considered as the focal particle in carb digestion. It is the solitary monosaccharide which is used straightforwardly from blood consequently it is most favored monosaccharide in the greater part of the living being. Be that as it may, conversely, fishes show extremely helpless resilience towards glucose use. Dietary glucose in fish brings about delayed hyperglycemic blood condition and it takes a long span for its leeway. This delayed hyperglycemic condition triggers physiological pressure in fishes and results in diminished development and higher Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR). A few components are answerable for drawn out hyperglycemia in fish which must be thought of while fusing starch in fish diet. Despite the fact, that there is no particular dietary necessity of carbohydrates in fishes. While it is broadly utilized among aqua culturists for adjusting the energy prerequisite and lessening the feed cost.

Published Date: 2021-03-31; Received Date: 2021-03-03