Native North-Eastern Ornamental Fish Breeding Techniques

S Felix,Bhosale, M.M.

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  • ISBN: AST002780

  • No. of Pages: 170

  • Imprint: Scholars World

  • Publisher: Scholars World

  • Year: 2021

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Description

'The book covers detailed information about mass production of living capsules, freshwater rotifers, in both the ways, conventional and advanced systems. Further, the book covered detailed information about design, construction and operation of RAS based rotifer culture system with minimum water wastage for commercial operation of finfish and shellfish hatcheries. The detailed experiments on algal production focused on enhancement of pigment content and biomass production of most cultured algal species, Chlorella vulgaris. All cultured ornamental fish species groups from North East India are addressed. Species collection, acclimatization, brood stock development, design and construction of advanced hatcheries & larval rearing raceways have been explained in details. Essential new facts on induced breeding and larval rearing of North East Indian ornamental fishes namely Danio dangila Read more

Table of Contents

Preface v List of Tables xv List of Figures xvii List of Plates xix 1. Introduction 1 2. Review of Literature 5 2.1 Systematic position of fish species investigated 5 2.2 Brief description of the species 5 2.2.1 Moustached danio (Danio dangila) 5 2.2.2 Sophore barb (Puntius sophore) 5 2.3 Induced breeding of ornamental fishes at globe and India 6 2.4 Status of induced breeding of North-East ornamental fishes 7 2.5 Role of synthetic hormones in induced breeding 7 2.6 Systematic position of fresh water Rotifer 10 2.7 Role of live food in aquaricuture 10 2.8 Technologies for rotifer production 11 2.9 Role of micro-algae on rotifer production 12 2.10 Technologies on algal (Chlorella vulgaris) production 12 2.11 Role of probiotics in larval rearing 14 2.12 Effect of probiotic incorporated feed on larval health 14 2.13 Raceway technology for larval rearing 15 2.14 Effect of stocking densities Read more

About the Author/Editor

Dr. Mangesh M. Bhosale had his Ph.D with Senior Research Fellowship at the Aquatic Rainbow Technology Park (ARTP), Department of Aquaculture, Fisheries College & Research Institute, Tamil Nadu Dr. J. Jayalalithaa Fisheries University, Ponneri. He has carried out applied research in advanced aquariculture production systems, fish reproduction and live food production systems. He has published many research papers in national and international journals. He received his B.F.Sc candidature from College of Fishery Science, MAFSU, Udgir and Master degree (M.F.Sc., Fish Biotechnology) from College of Fisheries, Dr. BSKKV, Ratnagiri. Prof. S. Felix has 38 years of teaching and research experience in aquaculture. He is the Past President of World Aquaculture Society-Asian Pacific Chapter and he has also served as Director of the World Aquaculture Society( APC). Prof. S. Felix has served Read more

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