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Hooks and Line Fishery Resources of India
Of the several types of traditional fishing methods,the hooks and line formed one of the most dominant and economically viable fishing technique to exploit large pelagic, column and demersal…
Studies on the distribution and abundance of Bulls eye (Priacanthus spp) in the EEZ of India
Bull's eye is one of the important constituents of the fishes available on the outer shelf in the EEZ of India. The fishery and oceanographic survey conducted by FORV Sagar Sampada during 1985-737…
High Incidence of Lysogeny in the Oxygen Minimum Zones of the Arabian Sea (Southwest Coast of India)
The detection of a high percentage of lysogeny in suboxic and oxycline zones, accompanied by undetectable rates of lytic viral infection support the hypothesis that lysogenicy may represent the major survival strategy for viruses in unproductive or harsh nutrient/host conditions in deoxygenated waters.
A check list of fishes of the Exclusive Economic Zone of Indiacollected during the research cruises of FORV Sagar Sampada
The present check list of fishes is based on the pelagic and bottom trawl collections of FORV Sagar Sampada during her cruises 1-30, in the EEZ along both the east and west coasts of India during the years 1985-'87.
The eels and eel fisheries of India
Traditionally marketable species of eels are caught from conventional fishing grounds of northwest and northeast coasts of India and are largely a by-catch.
THE DEVELOPMENT AND SEQUENTIAL OSSIFICATION IN THE MARINE CATFISH, TACHYSURUS THALASSINUS (RUPPELL)
The development of Tachysurus thalassinus is described based on experimental rearing of embryos, from early embryonic stage to complete absorption of yolk sac, with the help of alizarin - red 5 stained, embryonic skeleton at various stages of development.
Coastal zone Governance: Kerala in relation to National andInternational situations
Some of the leading coastal countries like Australia, China, France, Israel, Japan. New Zealand, Oman, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand. Turkey, U.K., U.S.A and others have taken urgent steps for…
Microbial diversity in a coastal environment with co-existing upwelling and mud-banks along the south west coast of India
- A. Parvathi, V. Jasna, V. Aswathy, V. K. Nathan, S. Aparna, K. Balachandran
- Environmental Science, GeographyMolecular Biology Reports
- 1 April 2019
Though the MA increased during M at all the stations, the relative abundance of most of the bacterial phyla except Proteobacteria decreased during M season, which throws light on the role of microbes in this environment thereby providing a system-scale perspective of microbial community interactions.
Food of some deep sea fishes collected from the eastern Arabian Sea
The eastern Arabian Sea has a good representation of deep sea fishes and the most dominant families were Chlorophthalmidae, Synodontidae, Nemipteridae, Carangidae, Gempylidae and Centrolophidae.
Changes in the shark fishery at Cochin
The species composition,length, weight and sex ratio of the sharks are presented in this paper and the catch and CPUE were high during the two year study period due to landing of large-sized grey sharks.