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Length–weight relationships of 14 Indian freshwater fish species from the Betwa (Yamuna River tributary) and Gomti (Ganga River tributary) rivers
Summary The length-weight relationships (LWRs) were studied of 588 fish covering eight families, 13 genera and 14 species (Notopterus notopterus, Gudusia chapra, Labeo calbasu, Puntius sarana,Expand
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Modeling full-length video using Markov-modulated gamma-based framework
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We propose two FSM that generate frame sizes for full-length VBR videos preserving both GOP-periodicity and size-based video-segment transitions. Expand
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Captive breeding of climbing perch Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792) with Wova-FH for conservation and aquaculture
Induced breeding of climbing perch, Anabas testudineus was conducted by synthetic hormone Wova-FH in the intensity level of 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3 mL kg−1 of body weight respectively. The brooders wereExpand
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Freshwater fish biodiversity in the River Ganga (India): changing pattern, threats and conservation perspectives
The river Ganges is the largest river in India and the fifth longest in the world. Although, many studies on fish ecology and systematic have been conducted largely to improve fisheries but fishExpand
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Length weight relationship and condition factor of selected freshwater fish species found in river Ganga, Gomti and Rapti, India.
This study is based on the length-weight relationships (LWRs) of 2148 fishes, belonging to 8 families, 12 genera and 15 freshwater fish species (Wallago attu, Rite rita, Sperato seenghala, SperotaExpand
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Captive breeding of endangered fish Chitala chitala (Hamilton-Buchanan) for species conservation and sustainable utilization
Over the last few decades wild population of Chitala chitala (HamiltonBuchanan) has been declined more than 50% due to various reasons and is presently listed under endangered (EN) category due toExpand
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Biodiversity, ecohydrology, threat status and conservation priority of the freshwater fishes of river Gomti, a tributary of river Ganga (India)
Extensive surveys were conducted to explore the diversity of fishes, distribution patterns, abundance, threat, and habitat status in the upper, middle, and lower stretch of river Gomti, a tributaryExpand
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Invasion and impacts of alien fish species in the Ganga River, India
In this study, we document an increasing trend of catches of alien fish species from the Ganga River system. The changing fishery during 1980 to 2011 and the fish yield rate (kg km−1) are positivelyExpand
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Length–weight relationship of clown knifefish Chitala chitala (Hamilton 1822) from the River Ganga basin, India
Summary This study describes the length–weight relationship (LWR) of the clown knifefish, Chitala chitala, in the River Ganga basin, India. A total of 221 specimens ranging from 31 to 120 cm totalExpand
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