The journal of Aquatic Animals Nutrition (AAN) is an open-access peer-reviewed quarterly journal in Persian (with English abstracts and bibliographies) devoted to the nutrition of aquatic animals and organisms of all farmed and non-farmed aquatics. Aquatic animals require protein, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and other feed additives for meeting the physiological needs of growth and reproduction.
The journal of Aquatic Animals Nutrition (AAN) covers topics related to the nutrition of all farmed and non-farmed aquatic animals. The scope of these topics ranges from the study of aquaculture projects on a commercial scale to laboratory studies of nutrition and its physiology, as well as the nutrition of aquatic animals in natural environments. The journal publishes research findings related to carcass quality and nutritional value of fishery products related to nutrition. The subject areas of basic knowledge of nutrition and nutritional requirements of different aquatic species, relationships between nutrition and the environmental effects of aquaculture, relationships between nutrition and processing, product quality and consumer, improving aquaculture management through optimal nutrition, and recognizing related changes in aquatic and aquatic environments, making feed in aquaculture through increasing information, improving techniques, methods, tools and related issues of nutritional conditions of aquatic animals in natural environments and life cycle, improving the health and physiological conditions of fish through optimizing the diet of aquatic animals, and knowing the nutritional value of aquatic products and the effect of different materials and conditions of storage on its quality.
Subject Coverage and Scope
The subject coverage of the journal of Aquatic Animals Nutrition (AAN) broadly includes but is not limited to the following areas: