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From May to June 2016, Sri Sayer Mohammad Sarkar, an experienced magur breeder and seed producer, has achieved success in producing induced-bred hybrid seed of Heteropneustes fossilis and Clarias batrachus. His breeding protocol and experiences in nursery and growout of hybrid catfish are presented ...

Author(s)
Subrato Ghosh
Publisher
Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Aquaculture Asia Magazine, 2017, 21, 3, pp 20-22
Abstract

Background: In India, fishmeal is habitually considered as the major protein source for fish culture. Rising cost, deteriorating quality and unavailability of fishmeal caused huge difficulty in modern aquaculture, particularly for fish nutrition. Nearly all Anabas testudineus cultures faced loss,...

Author(s)
Pratyush Bhaskar; Pyne, S. K.; Ray, A. K.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture, 2015, 4, 1, pp 31-37
Abstract

Rain tree (Samanea saman) is a fast-growing tropical tree, abundantly grown in India under plantation programmes. The present study was carried out to evaluate the effects of processed rain tree pod (RTP) in the diets of Catla catla fry. Chemical analysis results indicated that RTP is a good source ...

Author(s)
Rath, S. C.; Nayak, K. C.; Pradhan, C.; Mohanty, T. K.; Sarkar, S.; Mohanta, K. N.; Paul, B. N.; Giri, S. S.
Publisher
Animal Nutrition Association, Izatnagar, India
Citation
Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, 2017, 17, 2, pp 323-332
AbstractFull Text

Sewage water, treated or untreated, municipal or otherwise, contains potential nutritional resources. Chemically it is difficult as well as uneconomical to extract them. These can be eaten by fish directly or through food chains, and thus can be converted to animal protein naturally. Pisciculture...

Author(s)
Bansal, M. L.; Jaspal Singh
Publisher
Agricultural Research Communication Centre, Karnal, India
Citation
Agricultural Reviews, 2009, 30, 3, pp 157-166
Abstract

This article discusses the positive effects of using leaf meal (alfalfa in particular) as a replacement for the high-cost of fish meal. Emphasis focused on the results of an experiment in India on Cirrhinus mrigala (Mrigal carp) which were fed with various levels of alfalfa leaf meal mixed with...

Author(s)
Vhanalakar, S. A.; Muley, D. V.
Publisher
Reed Business, Doetinchem, Netherlands
Citation
All About Feed, 2012, 20, 7, pp 12-13
AbstractFull Text

India has the largest livestock population in the world. To meet the present and future demands of the growing human population certain new strategies are to be adapted to meet the input requirements for production of livestock and their by products. Though India stands first in the world in terms...

Author(s)
Gouri, M. D.; Sanganal, J. S.; Gopinath, C. R.; Kalibavi, C. M.
Publisher
Agricultural Research Communication Centre, Karnal, India
Citation
Agricultural Reviews, 2012, 33, 2, pp 93-103
Abstract

Various new aquaculture feed resources for India of vegetable and animal origin and from milling byproducts are discussed. Some non-conventional protein sources like mustard cake, cotton seed cake, sunflower cake, poultry byproduct meal, silkworm meal etc. can be incorporated as one of the protein...

Author(s)
Paul, B. N.
Citation
Agricultural Reviews (Karnal), 1999, 20, 2, pp 129-134
Abstract

The freshwater prawn, M. rosenbergii, commonly called 'scampi,' is the most important culturable freshwater species of prawn with a fairly high growth rate, wide range of temperature (15-35°C) and salinity tolerance. The nutrients required by this species for growth and associated physiological...

Author(s)
Mukhopadhyay, P. K.; Rangacharyulu, P. V.; Gopa Mitra; Jana, B. B.
Publisher
Food Products Press, Binghamton, USA
Citation
Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 2003, 13, 3/4, pp 317-340
Abstract

Fifteen groups of 10 L. rohita fingerlings each (8.2 g liveweight) were fed for 8 weeks on isonitrogenous and isoenergetic diets containing fish meal, meat and bone meal, hydrolysed feather meal, fleshings meal or blood meal as the principal protein source. Activities of alanine aminotransferase...

Author(s)
Paul, B. N.; Nandi, S.; Sarkar, S.; Mukhopadhyay, P. K.
Citation
Israeli Journal of Aquaculture, 1997, 49, 4, pp 183-192
Abstract

Five diets in which fish meal was replaced at 0 (control), 25, 50, 75 and 100% through the incorporation of S. platensis were offered to common carp fry (0.56 g) stocked (25/cistern) into cement cisterns (25 m2) at 5% body weight daily for 120 days. Another diet with Spirulina as the sole source of ...

Author(s)
Nandeesha, M. C.; Gangadhar, B.; Varghese, T. J.; Keshavanath, P.
Citation
Aquaculture Research, 1998, 29, 5, pp 305-312

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