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Effect of lower salinities on growth and survival of early juveniles of the King prawn Penaeus latisulcatus Kishinouye under laboratory conditions
Early juveniles of the King prawn Penaeus latisukalus reared in 34.12 ppt tolerated lower salinities of 10 to 25 ppt without acclimatisation, whereas cent percent mortality was recorded in 0 ppt andExpand
Larval rearing of mud crab, Scylla tranquebarica (Fabricius, 1798) and feeding requirements of its zoea 1
Feeding experiments were conducted with zooplankton to find out the suitable food for zoea 1 of the mud crab Scylla tranquebarica. Zoeae 1 from seven berried females, three from wild and four fromExpand
Tagging experiments on searanched Penaeus indicus in the Palk Bay, southeast coast of India
An attempt has been made to study the suitability of hatchery raised and farm grown Penaeus indicus for searanching, and to study the growth and movement of ranched population in the Palk Bay and theExpand
An unusual bumber catch of white prawn, Penaeus indicus from Kovalam bay near Madras
In the history of the fishing village, namely, Kovalam (lat. 12°47'N long. 80°15'E), formerly known as Covelong, situated 35 km south of Madras City, heavy landings of the Indian white prawn, PenaeusExpand
Larval rearing of the crab Portunus pelagicus(Crustacea, Portunidae) in hatchery at MandapamRegional Centre of CMFRI
Work was taken up to standardise and popularise a technology for the hatchery production of seed of P. pelagicus with a view to overcome the nonavailability of crab juveniles for farming and also to replenish the depleting stock of the wild by sea-ranching. Expand
Repetitive maturation and spawning of the green tiger prawn Penaeus semisulcatus by environmental regulation in closed seawater recirculation systems
The results suggest that P. semisulcatus can be induced to mature and spawn viable eggs in captivity through environmental regulation and by feeding a mixed diet. Expand
Repetitive spawning of Penaeus indicus without eyestalk ablation, hatching rate and growth upto juveniles
Currently all shrimp hatcheries in India are using mother shrimp for spawning once or twice after eyestalk ablation. It is wellknown that the spawn size and the quality decreases as number ofExpand
Outbreaks of epizootic ulcerative syndrome in Kerala, India following episodes of flooding.
The severity of the EUS outbreak was linked to the sudden change in water quality associated with the flood, such as lower water temperature, and decreases in pH, total alkalinity and total hardness. Expand
An unusual congregation of organisms in the catches off Kovalam, Madras
The fishermen belonging to Kovalam had a hectic activity in harvesting huge quantities of fish from the Kovalam bay from 26-8-'87 to 4-9-'87. Fishermen employed all available gears for catching theExpand
Growth in pond III was poor as compared to other two ponds due to prevalence of low salinity (~12%) for a period of 48 days, and difference in growth between sexes was statistically significant in all three ponds on day 110. Expand