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WWW.WAS.ORG • WORLD AQUACULTURE • SEPTEMBER 2023 45 The utilization of exogenous enzymes as additives in aquafeeds has expanded rapidly. Even though the social and economic benefit of exogenous enzymes has already been established, the future of feeds based on incorporating enzymes is a dazzling one for the aquaculture industry. Notes Mir Ishfaq Nazir, Department of Fish Nutrition, Biochemistry and Physiology, ICAR-CIFE, Mumbai-400 06, India. Corresponding author: Irfan Ahmad Bhat, Division of Fish Genetics and Biotechnology, ICAR-CIFE, Mumbai-400 061, India. Ngairangbam Sushila, Division of Aquatic Animal Health Management, ICAR-CIFE, Mumbai-400 061,India Jaffer Yousf Dar, Division of Aquatic Environment and Management, ICAR-CIFE, Mumbai-400 061, India References Adeoye, A., A. R. Yomla, A. Jaramillo-Torres, A. Rodiles, D. L. Merrifield and S. J. Davies. 2016. 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This, in turn, can help to reduce the demand for fishmeal from the aquaculture sector in upcoming years.