Investigation of Amino Acid Nutrition and Economic Benefit Potential of Aquatic Products

  • Chongyang Yu
Keywords: Amino acid nutrition; Paddy field aquaculture; Model analysis; Economic output


The amino acid nutrition of aquatic products is mainly the balance between essential amino acids and between essential and non-essential amino acids. Restrictive amino acids are added in the replacement of protein sources, such as the lack of sulfur amino acids and lysine in feed. This paper analyzes the investigation of amino acid nutrition and economic benefit potential of aquatic products. Land resources and water resources are the most important resources for human food security. With the increase in population and the increase in food requirements, the land resources and water resources used for the development of agricultural production are becoming increasingly scarce. How to expand the space for resource use and improve the Utilization efficiency has always attracted attention. Studies have shown that although the total input of paddy aquaculture is much higher than the single rice model, it can still obtain a higher net economic output due to its high ratio of production to investment. In addition, the study also shows that there are obvious differences in the economic benefits of different modes of aquaculture in paddy fields. The economic benefits of aquatic products are significantly higher than other models. Therefore, there is still a lot of room for improving the economic output of paddy aquaculture.