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A systematic review of the fishes of the family Leiognathidae
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The revision collates earlier literature, supplementing with original data based on examination of fresh material of 18 species of the three genera, Leiognathus Lacepfede, Secutor Gistel and Gazza Ruppell from the seas around India and re-examination of types of some species.
BIOLOGY AND FISHERY OF THE BUTTERFLY RAY, GYMNURA POECILURA (SHAW) FROM THE PALK BAY AND GULF OF MANNARBIOLOGY AND FISHERY OF THE BUTTERFLY RAY, GYMNURA POECILURA (SHAW) FROM THE PALK BAY AND GULF OF
A number of species of rays are of commercial importance at several places along the Indian Coast, forming popular food of the conmion man. They are consumed both in the fresh and cured states.
Fishery, biology and stock assessment of small tunas
Fishery Survey of India has brought out publications on the results of the operations of chartered vessels in the oceanic tuna fishery (Sudarsan el. al., 1991; FSI, 1992) and a bibliography of tuna
Distribution and abundance of Lanternfishes of the family Myctophidae in the EEZ of India
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This investigation is based on the lKMT samples from the DSL which was found in the depth ranges 200-540m during day and 0-75m during night and in the total biomass of the DSL, fish formed only 6% and the rest was constituted by the plankton.
Groupers and snappers of India: biology and exploitation
The fishes of the families Serranidae (groupers) and Lutjanidae (snappers) are an important resource along the Indian coast. They are represented by 79 species in the Indian seas, reach up to 2 m
MONOCULTURE OF GREY MULLETS IN COASTAL SALTWATER PONDS AT MANDAPAM
The paper gives the results of a set of six monoculture experiments attempted on mullets, Liza vaigiensis and Valamugil seheli, fed on artificial diet composed of rice bran and groundnut oilcake in
INSTANCES OF EXCESSIVE THICKENING OF CERTAIN BONES IN THE RIBBON FISH, TRICHIURUS LEPTURUS LINNAEUS*
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An investigation of the identity, nature and occurrence of swollen bones in Trichiurus lepturus finds the bones to be those of ribbon fishes of the family Trichiuridae.
Water crisis: Some strategies for the sustainability of Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture in India
Over 97 percent of water on the earth is in the oceans. The rest of the water on the earth comprises freshwater, in the form of ice-caps, glaciers, rivers, lakes and other inland confined waters,
The anthelmintic efficiency of laevo-tetramisole hydrochloride against nematode parasites of sheep and cattle.
Summary Critical anthelmintic tests and controlled trials were used to assess the efficiency of laevo-tetramisole hydrochloride against nematode infections in sheep and cattle. In sheep,
The Indian fisheries sector at the threshold of sixty momentous years of independence - in retrospect and prospect
The Indian fisheries sector contributes to the nutritional security, income, employment, foreign exchange earnings and livelihood opportunities. Over the years, the sector evolved from a modest,
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