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Overview of Growth Pattern and Post-Harvest Techniques for Different Species

  title={Overview of Growth Pattern and Post-Harvest Techniques for Different Species},
  author={H. Pasha},
The world is surrounded with the 3/4th of the water, and one fourth with the land, even though fish production and maintenance has been ignored and this leads to the decrease in the preservation and increase in the mortality rate of the fish. Aquaculture production and research has been increased for the past few years due to unavailability of food in few countries. As the human population has increased, the extensive research on fisheries started few years to fill the gaps.The gradual increase… Expand


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  • I. Svanberg
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
  • 2015
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