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Combining live feed and manufactured diets (co-feeding) from an early development stage has been shown to improve growth and Basket Blazer Bebe survival of marine fish larvae compared to the use of live feed only. Co-feeding seems to serve two purposes; it improves and stabilizes the nutrional condition of the larvae and it pre-conditions the larvae to accept the manufactured diet when live feed is withdrawn, resulting in a shorter weaning period. Factors affecting the lagestion and utilization of manufactured diets, and the importance of relating the time when fish Basket Nike Blazer Mid can utilized manufactured diets to larval developmental stage rather than to age, are discussed. Result of co-feeding trials in a number of commercially important species, seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata), turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) and Atlantic halibut (poglossus hippoglossus), under practical hatchery conditions are described.

The rate at which physical capital depreciates is fundamental to investment in the economy. Nevertheless, although housing capital accounts for one-third of the total capital stock, the rate at which housing capital depreciates has only rarely been directly estimated, in part because prior studies do not control for maintenance. For that same reason, widely publicized measures of house price appreciation overstate the capital gain from homeownership.

Using data from the American Blazer Nike Pas Cher Housing Survey we examine these issues. Over the 1983 to 2001 period, results indicate that gross of maintenance, housing depreciates at roughly 2.5 percent per year, while net of maintenance, housing depreciates at approximately 2 percent per year. Moreover, although the typical home appreciated at an annual real rate of roughly 0.75 percent, after allowing for depreciation and maintenance, the average homeowner experienced little capital gain.

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