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Control of Biotic and Abiotic Factors in Aquaculture
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Amita ed Saxena
vii+215p., figs., tabls., ind., 23 cm
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Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2013
 

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ISBN: 9789383129836
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Weed and Predators compete with aqua crop (fish) for space, dissolved oxygen, food micronutrients and physical factors etc. These resulted into poor growth of fish, it means less production. Predators not only injurious to fishes on above ways but also directly prey upon them. Wound caused by predator to prey is found to be prone to infections. Prey-predators relationship and aquaculture management practices have also been discussed. On the other hand, importance of soil, water and manuring in piscicultures are discussed. Pollutants/pollution causes a great loss of fisheries filtration technology and remedial measures are focused in this book to get better yield.

Contents Chapter 1: An Ecosystem,
Chapter 2: Aquatic Weeds and their Control,
Chapter 3: Weed and Predatory Fishes and their Characteristics,
Chapter 4: Control of Unwanted Fishes,
Chapter 5: Aquatic Insects and their Characteristics, Chapter 6: Management of Aquatic Insects,
Chapter 7: Prey-Predator Relationship,
Chapter 8: Importance of Soil and Water in Pisciculture, Chapter 9: Importance of Pond Fertility in Fish Culture, Chapter 10: Vertebrate Predators,
Chapter 11: Air Breathing Fishes,
Chapter 12: Tilapia, Forages Fishes and their Culture, Chapter 13: Composite Fish Culture,
Chapter 14: Sewage Fed Fisheries,
Chapter 15: Food, Energy and Growth of Fish,
Chapter 16: Unwanted Substances (Pollutants), their Effects and Determination,
Chapter 17: Fish, Pathogens, Policies and Spoilage, Chapter 18: Use of Filters in Aquaculture.

   

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