• Exogenous nutrition

Exogenous nutrition is the consumption of external food (animals and plants) from the moment of the fish's transition to external nutrition until its death.

The process by which the body assimilates substances from the external environment. The food substances ingested by the body are broken down into relatively simple chemical compounds which, once absorbed, are used to build tissues and organs, regulate functions and provide energy for vital activities.

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Exogenous nutrition

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