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International Journal of Aquaculture and Fishery Sciences

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Acute Toxicity of Mercury Chloride (Hgcl2) and Cadmium Chloride (Cdcl2) on the behavior of freshwater fish, Percocypris Pingi

Published On: August 18, 2017 | Pages: 066 - 070

Author(s): Dengyue Yuan*, Lan Huang, Ling Zeng, Sheng Liu, Zhengjian He, Ming Zhao, Jupan Feng and Chuanjie Qin
The present study was performed to examine acute toxicity of two water-borne metals (Hg and Cd) by static bioassays. Fingerlings Percocypris pingi (P. pingi) were exposed to a range of concentrations of heavy metals and the mortality rate were investigated after 24, 48, 72 and 96h. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000031

The Color of Marine Shrimps and Its Role in the Aquaculture

Published On: July 19, 2017 | Pages: 062 - 065

Author(s): Carlos E Bernal Rodríguez, Angélica Carvajal García, Jesús T Ponce- Palafox*, Milton Spanopoulos- Hernández, Dagoberto Puga-López, José Luis Arredondo-Figueroa and Leonardo Martínez Cárdenas
In the present review, we have described aspects of the color of marine shrimp of importance in aquaculture (mainly Penaeus japonicus, Litopenaeus vannamei and Penaeus monodon) and in the world. It is generally described some ecological aspects and some factors that affect the color of the shrimp. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000030

Longterm Monitoring of Nitrification and Nitrifying Communities during Biofilter Activation of Two Marine Recirculation Aquaculture Systems (RAS)

Published On: July 11, 2017 | Pages: 051 - 061

Author(s): Sabine Keuter, Stefanie Beth, Gerrit Quantz, Carsten Schulz and Eva Spieck*
Biofi lters are crucial and costly components in marine recirculating aquaculture systems. However, not much is known about the settlement of nitrifying organisms and developing nitrifi cation rates during the start-up phases of these reactors. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000029

In Vitro Effect of Zinc: Evaluation of the Sperm Quality of Endangered Trout Salmo Coruhensis and Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus Mykiss and Fertilizing Capacity

Published On: June 30, 2017 | Pages: 046 - 050

Author(s): Mehmet Kocabaş and Filiz Kutluyer*
This study was intended to reveal the usefulness of Zinc in endangered trout Salmo coruhensis and rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss sperm. Spermatozoa were activated in sperm motility-activation solutions (NaCl, 0.3%; NaHCO3, 1%) containing the Zinc [Control (0), 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 mM]. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000028

Dose Dependent Treatment with Boric Acid Induces More Changes in the Sperm Cells of Endangered Anatolian Trout Salmo Rizeensis

Published On: June 29, 2017 | Pages: 042 - 045

Author(s): Filiz Kutluyer*and Mehmet Kocabaş
The aim of this study was to test the usefulness of boric acid for endangered Anatolian trout Salmo rizeensis sperm. Activation media was supplemented with boric acid (0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 mM). Sperm motility and duration were determined in sperm samples. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000027

Comparison of the Crossbreeding Effects of Three Mandarin Fish Populations and Analyses of the Microsatellite Loci Associated with the Growth Traits of F1 Progenies

Published On: June 24, 2017 | Pages: 035 - 041

Author(s): Qingkai Zeng, Chengfei Sun, Junjian Dong, Yuanyuan Tian and Xing Ye*
Cross breeding with different populations might lead to heterosis and enhance the genetic diversity of the resulting offspring. In this study, three populations of mandarin fi sh (Siniperca chuatsi), including two cultured (A and B) and one wild population (C), were used to construct three pure groups (A♂×A♀, B♂×B♀, C♂×C♀) and six crossbred groups (A♂×B ♀, A♂×C♀, B♂ ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000026

Miscellaneous Marine Fishes Caught under PFZ and Non-PFZ Realm off Ratnagiri Coast, Maharashtra State, India

Published On: May 16, 2017 | Pages: 030 - 034

Author(s): Tingote RS and Mane UH*
Potential Fishing Zones connote where Chlorophyll Concentration and Sea Surface Temperature together constitute better environment for the healthy growth of fi sh and food abundance. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000025

Exposure of Fishery Resources to Environmental and Socioeconomic Threats within the Pantanal Wetland of South America

Published On: May 04, 2017 | Pages: 022 - 029

Author(s): Cleber JR Alho* and Roberto E Reis
The huge Pantanal wetland, located in the central region of South America, mainly in Brazil, formed by the Upper Paraguay River Basin, comprising 150,355 km² (approximately 140,000 km² in Brazil), is facing environmental and socioeconomic threats that are affecting fi sh populations and fi shery resources. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000024

Bioaccumulation of Toxic Heavy Metals in the Edible Fishes of Eastern Kolkata Wetlands (EKW), the Designated Ramsar Site of West Bengal, India

Published On: March 24, 2017 | Pages: 018 - 021

Author(s): Joystu Dutta*, Goutam Roy Choudhary and Abhijit Mitra
This paper attempts to conduct a survey in the commonly edible fi nfi sh species collected from EKW during three seasons of 2016. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000023

Histopathology of the Black Plaice Pseudopleuronectes Obscurus from a Marine Reference Area

Published On: March 10, 2017 | Pages: 012 - 017

Author(s): Iraida Germogenovna Syasina*
The Kievka Bay is one of the cleanest regions on the Far East coast of Russia. There are no anthropogenic impacts on the coastal area, and thus the infl uence of pollutants on the state of fi sh health is minimized. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000022

Confirmed Record of the Two-Faced Toadfi sh, Bifax Lacinia Greenfi eld, Mee & Randall, 1994 (Fam. Batrachoididae) From the Southern Oman Coast of the Arabian Sea

Published On: March 07, 2017 | Pages: 009 - 011

Author(s): Chesalin Mikhail* and Al-Shajibi Said
The presence of two-faced toadfi sh Bifax lacinia was confi rmed based on a single specimen, 244 mm standard length (SL), caught in the waters of Salalah port, Oman, the Arabian Sea in February 2016. Descriptions, illustrations, meristic and morphometric data are presented. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000021

Growth Performance, Feeding Ecology and Prey Preference of Bagrid Catfi sh, Mystus Tengara (Hamilton, 1822) in Low Saline Polyculture Ponds of Indian Sundarbans

Published On: February 14, 2017 | Pages: 001 - 008

Author(s): Asish Mondal*, Jitendra Kumar Sundaray, Subhra Bikash Bhattacharyya, Deepta Chakravartty, Sufi a Zaman and Abhijit Mitra
Growth performances, feeding ecology and prey preferences of Must us tengara (Hamilton, 1822) reared in low saline homestead traditional polyculture ponds in Sundarbans were studied for 12 months. ...
View Article View Abstract DOI: 10.17352/2455-8400.000020
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