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Scirj Volume VI, Issue II, February 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

AMINO ACID CONTENT IN Oreochromis niloticus FROM FOUR RIVERS IN BAYELSA STATE (Tombia River, Otuokpoti River, Swalli River and Amassoma River)

Ezomoh, O.O, Piwoks, N.O., Philip D.P, Ataeke G.L

Abstract: The monomers of Protein are amino acids which are important biomolecules that regulate key metabolic pathways and serve as precursors for synthesis of biologically important substances. Fish is an important dietary source of animal proteins. The objective of this investigation was to determine the analysis of amino acid content in Oreochromis niloticus from four rivers in Bayelsa state. The amino acid composition was determined by Association of analytical chemist (AOAC) method and analyzed by Gas chromatography. Results have shown several differences in essential and non-essential amino acids in four fishes.

Reference this Paper: AMINO ACID CONTENT IN Oreochromis niloticus FROM FOUR RIVERS IN BAYELSA STATE (Tombia River, Otuokpoti River, Swalli River and Amassoma River) by Ezomoh, O.O, Piwoks, N.O., Philip D.P, Ataeke G.L published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue II, February 2018 Edition, Page 70-72 ".

Search Terms: Oreochromis niloticus, Amino acids, Bayelsa State, Gas chromatography

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