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Fishery, biology and stock assessment of carangid resources from the Indian seas
The estimated landings of carangids in India during 198 1-88 ranged between 37 345 tonnes and 135 529 tonnes, whereas the percentage composition of carangids in the total fish Wigs ranged from 2.7Expand
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Biology and exploitation of Trichiurus lepturus Linnaeus from Visakhapatnam waters
Length-weight relationship, relative condition factor, growth, maturity, mortality, exploitation, fishery, food and feeding and sex ratio of Trichiurus lepturus from Visakhapatnam were studied.Expand
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Distribution of C282Y and H63D mutations in the HFE gene in healthy Asian Indians and patients with thalassaemia major.
BACKGROUND Mutations in the HFE gene have been shown to be strongly associated with hereditary haemochromatosis, an autosomal recessive disease of iron overloading. The majority of patients withExpand
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Assessment of mackerel stock along the Indian coast
Study on the stock of mackerel. Ra.ftrtlligtr kmlagurta. along the west cout durin, 1984-88 revealed that its annual averaae yield was short of only 891 tannes to the estimared MSY of SO 732 tonnes.Expand
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The resources of hilsa shad, Hilsa ilisha (Hamilton), along the northeast coast of India
The results of 4study on the fishery, biology, exploitation and mortality of hilsa shad (Hi1.w ilishu) are presented. The average annual landing of Hilsa ilisha for 1979 -88 was 57 10 tomes formingExpand
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Growth, maturity and mortality of Upeneus sulphureus from Andhra-Orissa coast
The length weight relationship, relative condition factor, growth, maturity, mortality and exploitation ratio of Upeneus sulphureus (cuv.) from Andhra-Orissa coast were studied. Growth parametersExpand
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Unusually heavy catches of ribbon fish close to the shoreat Visakhapatnam
Very heavy catches of ribbonfish were observed quite close to the shore at Visakhapatnam for a very short duration. Observations were made on this fishery and certain important biological aspectsExpand
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An assessment of the bottom-trawl fishery resources of the northeast coast of India
An overview of the bottom trawl fishery resources of the continental shelf of the northeast coast (lat. 15° N-21° N and long. 80^ E-83° El has been attempted based on data collected from theExpand
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Marine Fish Calendar. 2. Visakhapatnam
Gear wise landing details of the fish species in the important families (e.g. Clupeidae,Scombridae, Sciaenidae, etc.), groups (e.g. sardines,mackerel, croakers, etc.) in the Vishakapatnam landingExpand
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On the culture possibilities of Meretrix casta inBhimunipatnam backwaters
It is observed that a rich natural bed of the clam Meretrix casta existed in the Bhimunipatnam backwaters, 32 kilometers north of Visakhapatnam. Some interesting points of observation on this bedExpand
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