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Fish and Aquatic Resources
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B. Vasanthkumar, C.M. Bharambe, V.B. Sakhare
xiv+264p., figs., table., col.plts., ind., 25 cm
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Weight :  646 gms
Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2017
 

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ISBN: 9789351247531
Status: In Stock 
Price: Rs 1895.00  

The title of present book reflects a combination of two interrelated terms fish and aquatic resources, which is interacting ecological, biophysical, economic, social and cultural components. How is aquatic resources connected with sustainability and resilience are explored in detail. This book comprises 23 chapters by well known experts and research workers in the field of fish and fisheries. With its application oriented and interdisciplinary approach, we hope that the students, teachers, researchers, scientists, policy makers and environmental lawyers will find this book very useful.

Preface v
List of Contributors xi
1. Marine Fish Biodiversity of India: Present Status 1
2. Diversity and Conservation of Molluscan Fauna with Special Reference to Gulf of Mannar and Palk Bay Area 11
3. Fishery Resources of Karwar and Majali Area, Karnataka, Central West Coast of India 19
4. Metagenomic Approaches for Ecological Assessment of Fish Gut Microbiomeusing Next Generation Sequencing Techniques 81
5. Bioactive Peptides from Fish Processing Waste: A Review 91
6. Marine Ornamental Fishes in Ratnagiri Coast, Maharashtra 101
7. Discus: The King of Aquarium Fish 113
8. Ornamental Fish Biodiversity in Mirya Creek of Ratnagiri, Maharashtra 121
9. Introduction of some Colour Enhancers in Ornamental Fishes 127
10. Performance of Freshwater Exotic Fishes in India: A Review 131
11. Limnological Study of Jaisamand Lake (India) and its
Suitability for Aquaculture and Fisheries 153
12. Water Quality Parameters of Hiran-2 Reservoir, Gir-Somnath District, Gujarat 163
13. A Study on Limnological Characteristics of Ponds for Composite Fish Culture for Improvement of Livelihood of Fishermen in Khurda District (Odisha) 175
14. Plant Based Protein Sources: An Active Area of Research in Aquaculture Nutrition 183
15. Reservoir Fisheries of India 199
16. Effect of Thyroxine on Growth of Fry of Rosy Barb, Puntius conchonius 207
17. Gonadosomatic Index and Hepatosomatic Index of Freshwater
Male Fish Mystus cavasius (Ham.) During Various Reproductive
Phases in Bhadra Reservoir, Shivamogga, Karnataka 215
18. Length Weight Relationship of Shovel-Nosed Lobster
Thenus unimaculatus (Burton and Davie, 2007) from
Veraval Fishing Habour 223
19. Catch Composition of Non-Motorised Gillnet Fishery Operating in Mumbai Coast 227
20. Socio-economic Status and Scope for Improvement of Navibandar Fishing Village of Saurashtra 235
21. Conservation and Mangement of Catfishes of Perumal Lake,
Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu 241
22. Construction of FRP Trawler: A Recent Technique 247
23. Effect of Quinolphos and Deltamethrine on Respiratory Activity
Levels in Freshwater Fish Channa orientalis 255
Index 261

Dr. V.B. Sakhare is Head, Post Graduate Department of Zoology, Yogeshwari Mahavidyalaya, Ambajogai. He has 18 years’ experience as an outstanding teacher and researcher. Dr. Sakhare has been editing an international journal ‘Ecology and Fisheries’ (ISSN 0974-6323). he has authored/edited more than 19 books.
Dr. B. Vasanthkumar is presently working as Associate Professor and Head of the Post Graduate Department of Zoology at Government Degree Arts and Science College, Karwar, Karnataka. He has published more than 50 research papers in the national and international journals of repute and more than 50 popular science articles. He has also published 12 textbooks.
Dr. C.M. Bharambe is working in the Department of Zoology, Vidnyan Mahavidyalaya, Malkapur (Maharashtra). He has done significant work in the field of Limnology and Toxicology and published more than 35 research papers in journals of repute. Dr. Bharambe has chaired a number of sessions of different seminars/symposia.

   

  Environmental Science
Water
Marine Science
Fisheries
Zoology
 
   

   
   

  B. Vasanthkumar
C.M. Bharambe
V.B. Sakhare
 
   

  Marine
Fish
Biodiversity,
Fish
Waste
Protein
Hydrolysates,
King
Aquarium
Fish,
Exotic
Fishes
 
   
 
 
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