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Evaluation of the seed production and grow out culture of blue swimming crab Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1758) in India
The demand for crabs is more for their delicacy. In view of developing protocol for seed production, nursery rearing and grow-out culture of P. pelagicus, experiments were conducted on the sameExpand
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Catch, abundance and some aspects of biology of deep sea fish in the southeastern Arabian Sea
The bottom trawls operated by FORV Sagar Sampada in the southeastern Arabian Sea revealed the existence of grounds with potentially rich unexploited deep sea finfish resources. Chlorophthalmus sp.Expand
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Growth Performance of the Green Tiger Prawn Penaeus semisulcatus De Haan in Cages in the Gulf of Mannar off Mandapam, Southeast Coast of India
Two experiments were conducted in rectangular box type cages. In experiment 1, growth of juveniles was compared at two densities (13 ind.m -2 and 21 ind.m -2 ) with the clam meat. In experiment 2,Expand
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Ph ton Brood stock dependent seed production and grow-out culture of green tiger shrimp Penaeus semisulcatus ( De Haan , 1844 ) at Mandapam , South-east coast of India
This study was designed and carried out for three consecutive years to evaluate the suitability of Penaeus semisulcatus for commercial application and to address the issue of stunted growth inExpand
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Exploitation of juveniles of green tiger prawn. Penaeus (penaeus) semisulcatus, along Palk Bay and its impact on the prawn fishery of the region
The green tiger prawn Penaeus (Penaeus) semisulcatus, contributes to over 50% of the total prawn catch landed along the Palk Bay coast. They are caught by the indigenously developed trawl-like Expand
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Observations on the exploitation of penaeid prawn resources in the Palk Bay off Mandapam during 1986 - '93
The penaeid prawns contributed to 16.70% of the total trawl landings at Mandapam during 1986-'93. Out of the ten species represented in the catch, four species namely Penaeus semisulcatus,Expand
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Sea ranching of prawn
Larval rearing of the crab Portunus pelagicus(Crustacea, Portunidae) in hatchery at MandapamRegional Centre of CMFRI
The hatchery production of Portunus pelagicus has not been undertaken in our country. So work was taken up to standardise and popularise a technology for the hatchery production of seed of P.Expand
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Repetitive maturation and spawning of the green tiger prawn Penaeus semisulcatus by environmental regulation in closed seawater recirculation systems
Maturation and repetitive spawning of the green tiger prawn Penaeus semisulcatus were achieved by pH regulation and on feeding the shrimps with clams, squid and the oligochaete worm PontodrilusExpand
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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
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