ICHTHYOFAUNAL DIVERSITY OF KALI SINDH RIVER

DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT   STUDIES  ON  ICHTHYOFAUNAL  DIVERSITY  OF  KALI  SINDH  RIVER  NEAR JETPURA  VILLAGE,  JHALAWAR,  RAJASTHAN, INDIA *Harinder Singh Banyal  and Sanjeev Kumar Desert Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Jodhpur-342005, Rajasthan, India. [*Corresponding author: dr.harinderbanyal@gmail.com]   Received: 22-10-2019                    Revised: 08-12-2019                      Accepted: 18-12-2019 Fish samples were collected from Kali Sindh River near Jetpura village, Jhalawar during 2018 to evaluate the composition of fish faunal diversity. 18 fish species belonging to cypriniformes order were recorded from the area of study Read More …

BIOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS IN SOME TISSUES OF LABEO ROHITA

STUDIES ON BIOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS IN SOME TISSUES OF LABEO ROHITA (HAM.) Azim Hussain and Parwez Ahmad* P.G. Departmnet of Zoology, Z.A. Islamia (P.G.) College, Siwan (Bihar), Pin Code – 841226, India (*E-mail : parwez.zaic@gmail.com) Received: 06-09-2018 Revised: 22-09-2018 Accepted: 07-10-2018 Abstract Studies on water, protein, lipid and carbohydrate content (%) in different tissues such as liver, kidney and ovary were made in a freshwater Indian Major Carp, Labeo rohita (Ham.). Protein and lipid contents were found maximums in liver while the water content Read More …

EXPLORATION OF ICHTHYO FAUNAL DIVERSITY IN JAKHAM STREAM

EXPLORATION OF ICHTHYO FAUNAL DIVERSITY IN JAKHAM STREAM, PRATAPGARH, RAJASTHAN *Harinder Singh Banyal and Sanjeev Kumar Desert Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Jodhpur-342005, Rajasthan, India. [*Corresponding author: dr.harinderbanyal@gmail.com, Contact no.:09660386654] Received: 25-05-2018 Accepted: 31-05-2018 Abstract: Fish collection was made from Jakham streams during 2014 to assess the composition of fish faunal diversity. Six species of fishes belonging to Cypriniformes order were reported from the stream. Keywords: Fish, Jakham, Stream. Full Text/Download

FISHERY RESOURCE ASSESSMENT OF INDIAN HIMALAYAN REGION

FISHERY RESOURCE ASSESSMENT OF INDIAN HIMALAYAN REGION USING GEOINFORMATICS Prem Kumar, Ravindra Posti, Nandkishor A. Ingole*, N.N. Pandey, Amit Saxena and A.K. Singh Directorate of Coldwater Fisheries Research, (ICAR), Bhimtal – 263136, Uttarakhand, India [Corresponding author E-mail-*: nanduingole122@gmail.com] Received: 23-03-2017 Accepted: 02-05-2017 Abstract:  Coldwater fisheries resources were digitized and assessed using Remote sensing (RS) and Geographical Information System (GIS) for future planning. We found that the major lotic water resources such as rivers and their tributaries having total length 10893.5 km in Jammu Read More …

INCORPORATING TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE WITH GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR MANAGEMENT OF MARINE RESOURCES ALONG THE RATNAGIRI COAST, MAHARASHTRA

INCORPORATING TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE WITH GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR MANAGEMENT OF MARINE RESOURCES ALONG THE RATNAGIRI COAST, MAHARASHTRA Jaspreet Singh-1*, Ram Singh-1, Ashish Mohite-2, S. N. Bhendekar-3 and Lathashenoy-1 1-ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Off Yari Road, Punch Marg, Versova-400061, Mumbai (India) 2-College of Fisheries, Shirgao, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra 3-Mumbai Research Centre of Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Mumbai 400061, Mumbai (India) [Corresponding author E-mail-1*: jaspreet.frmpa604@cife.edu.in] Received: 25-04-2017     Revised: 28-04-2017     Accepted: 03-05-2017 Abstract: Geographical Information System (GIS) is an improved system for Read More …

ICHTHYOFAUNAL DIVERSITY IN SILISERH RESERVOIR NEAR ALWAR CITY

ICHTHYOFAUNAL DIVERSITY IN SILISERH RESERVOIR NEAR ALWAR CITY, RAJASTHAN Harinder Singh Banyal and Sanjeev Kumar Desert Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Jodhpur, Rajasthan-342005 [Corresponding author E-mail*: dr.harinderbanyal@gmail.com] Received: 25-07-2016 Accepted: 14-10-2016 Abstract:  Fish samples were collected from Siliserh reservoir during 2016 to evaluate the composition of Ichthyofaunal diversity.18 spp. of fishes were reported from the reservoir. Cypriniformes was the dominant order (11 spp.) followed by Perciformes (4 spp.), Siluriformes (2 spp.), and Synbranchiformes (1 sp.). Keywords: Siliserh reservoir, Fish, Diversity, Cypriniformes, Perciformes, Siluriformes, Synbranchiformes Full Text/Download

ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS OF WATER SOURCES

ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS OF WATER SOURCES OF MEERUT REGION (UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA) FOR SUITABILITY OF FISH PRODUCTION Nisha Rana, Manu Varma and Seema Jain* Department Of Zoology, R. G. P. G. College, Meerut, 250001 U. P., India. [Corresponding author E-mail-*: seema61@gmail.com] Received: 31-05-2016 Revised: 30-07-2016 Accepted: 20-10-2016 Abstract: In the present study, water samples were collected from different water source of Meerut District during February 2015 to February 2016 from different depth of water. The present investigation was carried out to Read More …

PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSES OF BAIGUL RESERVOIR

PRODUCTIVITY ANALYSES OF BAIGUL RESERVOIR THROUGH REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUE Ramesh S. Chalal-1*, H. C. S. Bisht-1, Prem Kumar-2 and Nandkishore A. Ingole-2* 1-Department of Zoology, D. S. B. Campus, Nainital, Uttarakhand 2-Directorate of Coldwater Fisheries Research (ICAR), Bhimtal, Nainital, Uttarakhand [Corresponding authors E-mail: rameshchalal@gmail.com1* and nanduingole122@gmail.com2*] Received: 26-01-2016 Accepted: 19-05-2016 Abstract: Present study was carried out on Baigul reservoir to know the productivity level with in the reservoir in terms of fish production based on physico-chemical parameters of water using remote sensing Read More …

STUDY ON FISH FAUNAL DIVERSITY IN THE BISALPUR RESERVOIR NEAR DEOLI CITY, RAJASTHAN

STUDY ON FISH FAUNAL DIVERSITY IN THE BISALPUR RESERVOIR NEAR DEOLI CITY, RAJASTHAN H.S. Banyal1 and Sanjeev Kumar2 1Desert Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Jodhpur-342005, Rajasthan, India. [1E-mail: dr.harinderbanyal@gmail.com; 2E-mail: dr.kumarsanjeev@gmail.com] Received: 20-05-2015 Accepted: 29-10-2015 Abstract: Present research paper deals with studies on fish faunal diversity of Bisalpur Reservoir at Kakoriya village near to Deoli city, Rajasthan. Bisalpur reservoir is a part of Banas River system and is very important from fisheries point of view. Hence, the reservoir was Read More …

PROXIMATE COMPOSITION AND FATTY ACID PROFILE OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT SIN CROAKER FISH

PROXIMATE COMPOSITION AND FATTY ACID PROFILE OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT SIN CROAKER FISH Naresh Kumar Mehta, Snehal Shitole and B. B. Nayak* Department of Post-Harvest Technology, Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Versova, Mumbai- 400061 [Corresponding author E-mail*: nayakbb@gmail.com] Received: 21-05-2015 Accepted: 14-07-2015 Abstract: Sin croaker fish is commercially important for being one of the species taken for Surimi industry. However, being relatively cheap, it forms the main source of animal protein for economically backward masses in the coastal region. Some consumers Read More …