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Most Downloaded Aquaculture and Fisheries Articles

The most downloaded articles from ScienceDirect in the last 90 days.

1. Fisheries resources of Bangladesh: Present status and future direction

July 2017
Md. Mostafa Shamsuzzaman | Mohammad Mahmudul Islam | Nusrat Jahan Tania | Md. Abdullah Al-Mamun | Partho Protim Barman | Xiangmin Xu

Bangladesh is considered one of the most suitable regions for fisheries in the world, with the world's largest flooded wetland and the third largest aquatic biodiversity in Asia after China and India....

2. Waste production in aquaculture: Sources, components and managements in different culture systems

May 2019
Akeem Babatunde Dauda | Abdullateef Ajadi | Adenike Susan Tola-Fabunmi | Ayoola Olusegun Akinwole

The intensification of aquaculture has emerged as a viable alternative for increasing aquaculture production due to competition that arose from the use of natural resources, such as land and water,...

3. Probiotics in shellfish aquaculture

January 2020
Einar Ringø

The shellfish aquaculture industry has dramatically developed during the last two decades. However, this development has, in some cases, resulted in environmental degradation, emergence of diseases...

4. Hurdle technology for fish preservation

March 2020
Theofania Tsironi | Dimitra Houhoula | Petros Taoukis

Fresh fish is a highly perishable product due to the chemical composition of fish flesh and the high microbial load on fish surface. The natural microflora that is more adopted to low temperatures results...

5. The economic contribution of fish and fish trade in Bangladesh

July 2020
Md. Mostafa Shamsuzzaman | Mohammad Mojibul Hoque Mozumder | Sabrina Jannat Mitu | Abu Faisal Ahamad | Md. Sumon Bhyuian

Bangladesh possesses a large wetland area comprising diversified fisheries resources. Fish and fisheries are an integral part of Bangladesh and have earned its importance due to immense export and revenue...

6. Enhancement of Penaeus vannamei shrimp growth using nanobubble in indoor raceway pond

Available online 4 April 2020
Asri Ifani Rahmawati | Rizki Nugraha Saputra | Arief Hidayatullah | Agus Dwiarto | Hardi Junaedi | Dedi Cahyadi | Henry Kasman Hadi Saputra | Wendy Tri Prabowo | Ujang Komarudin Asdani Kartamiharja | Hanny Shafira | Alfian Noviyanto | Nurul Taufiqu Rochman

The effects of nanobubble on the growth environment, such as dissolved oxygen (DO) and total virus-bacteria, and growth performance, such as growth, feed conversion ratio (FCR), survival rate (SR),...

7. Biofloc technology (BFT): Adjusting the levels of digestible protein and digestible energy in diets of Nile tilapia juveniles raised in brackish water

January 2020
Emerson Giuliani Durigon | Rafael Lazzari | Juliano Uczay | Diogo Luis de Alcântara Lopes | Gabriela Tomas Jerônimo | Tayna Sgnaulin | Maurício Gustavo Coelho Emerenciano

Several studies have been performed adjusting the levels of dietary digestible protein and digestible energy for tilapia, but none of them was performed in biofloc technology (BFT) system, especially...

8. Fish red blood cells express immune genes and responses

January 2018
Yawei Shen | Dan Wang | Jinliang Zhao | Xiaowu Chen

The erythrocytes or red blood cells (RBCs) and leucocytes or white blood cells (WBCs) are the most abundant cell types in the circulatory system of vertebrates. The RBCs are responsible for gas exchange...

9. China's policies and practice on combatting IUU in distant water fisheries

Available online 7 April 2020
Huihui Shen | Shuolin Huang

China's distant water fisheries (DWF) have made considerable progress since its entering into this industry in the 1980s. Though great efforts have been made to combat illegal, unregulated and unreported...

10. A corpus-based approach to understanding market access in fisheries and aquaculture international business research: A systematic literature review

November 2019
Cheryl Marie Cordeiro

Although fisheries and aquaculture studies might seem marginal to international business (IB) studies in general, fisheries and aquaculture IB (FAIB) management is currently facing increasing pressure...

11. Natural and artificial polyploids in aquaculture

May 2017
Li Zhou | Jianfang Gui

Genome polyploidy has been revealed to result in evolutionary advantages and novelties, and therefore, polyploid aquatic animals may possess excellent traits of economic interest including rapid growth,...

12. Comparing salinities of 0, 10 and 20 in biofloc genetically improved farmed tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) production systems

September 2017
Guozhi Luo | Wenqing Li | Hongxin Tan | Xiaoqing Chen

A 150 days (150-d) experiment was carried out to investigate the production efficiency, inorganic nitrogen syndrome and bacteria community of indoor biofloc technology (BFT) systems used to rear genetically...

13. Genomes of major fishes in world fisheries and aquaculture: Status, application and perspective

July 2020
Guoqing Lu | Mingkun Luo

Capture fisheries and aquaculture provide a significant amount of high-quality protein to human beings and thus play an essential role in ending global hunger and malnutrition. The availability of tens...

14. Sex reversal and the androgenic gland (AG) in Macrobrachium rosenbergii: A review

Available online 27 November 2019
Kianann Tan | Huigong Jiang | Donghuo Jiang | Weimin Wang

The male giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) generally exhibit faster growth rates compared to females of similar age. Consequently, the practice of culturing monosex (all-male) prawn...

15. Management of China's capture fisheries: Review and prospect

September 2019
Shuolin Huang | Yuru He

Management of capture fisheries has been a perpetual problem facing all fisheries countries worldwide. This study first analyzes the features of China's capture fisheries, and points out that its management...

16. Natural versus synthetic anesthetic for transport of live fish: A review

July 2019
Ninik Purbosari | Endang Warsiki | Khaswar Syamsu | Joko Santoso

An increased awareness of food safety and quality has led to an increased demand for live edible fish. This product requires effective and efficient handling technology and transport to ensure a low...

17. Social-ecological dynamics of the small scale fisheries in Sundarban Mangrove Forest, Bangladesh

January 2018
Mohammad Mojibul Hoque Mozumder | Md. Mostafa Shamsuzzaman | Md. Rashed-Un-Nabi | Ehsanul Karim

The Sundarban Mangrove Forest (SMF) is an intricate ecosystem containing the most varied and profuse natural resources of Bangladesh. This study presents empirical research, based on primary and secondary...

18. A statistical analysis of China's fisheries in the 12th five-year period

December 2016
Wenwu Zhao | Huihui Shen

This paper reviews the status and development of China's fisheries in the 12th five-year period using data from FAO, China Fishery Statistics Yearbooks, China Statistical Yearbooks and other sources....

19. Vulnerability of inland and coastal aquaculture to climate change: Evidence from a developing country

September 2019
Md Monirul Islam | Aparna Barman | Goutam Kumar Kundu | Md Alamgir Kabir | Bijoya Paul

Developing countries, which contribute 90% of global aquaculture production, are considered global climate risk hotspots. However, no study focuses on measuring district- or sub-national-level aquaculture...

20. Application of immunohistochemistry technique in hydrobiological studies

May 2017
Hui Zhang | Wen Wen | Jizhou Yan

There is growing demand for biotechniques in oceanobiological and hydrobiological studies. Immunohistochemistry (IHC) combines anatomical, immunological and biochemical techniques to identify specific...

21. Effects of light intensity and photoperiod on the growth and stress response of juvenile Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in a recirculating aquaculture system

Available online 24 March 2020
Kui Wang | Kang Li | Liping Liu | Cristina Tanase | Rainier Mols | Michiel van der Meer

Light is an essential natural factor of fish growth and development. A light regime in indoor aquaculture is critical for sustainable fish production. This research aimed to investigate the effect of...

22. Comparison of sampling effort allocation strategies in a stratified random survey with multiple objectives

May 2020
Guosheng Zhang | Jing wang | Ying Xue | Chongliang Zhang | Binduo Xu | Yuan Cheng | Yiping Ren

Stratified random survey is commonly used to estimate abundance indices of fish populations in multispecies survey, providing reliable data for stock assessment and fisheries management. In some cases,...

23. Fisheries monitoring: Perspectives from the United States

May 2020
Robert Boenish | Daniel Willard | Jacob P. Kritzer | Kathleen Reardon

Fisheries monitoring in the United States exists in many forms and serves many functions due to geographically varying objectives, practices, technology, institutional structures, and funding. In the...

24. Qualitative and quantitative detection using eDNA technology: A case study of Fenneropenaeus chinensis in the Bohai Sea

May 2020
Miao Li | Xiujuan Shan | Weiji Wang | Xiaosong Ding | Fangqun Dai | Ding Lv | Huanhuan Wu

Accurate knowledge of species distributions and population dynamics is the basis for conservation biology. However, for certain species with unique life histories and very small populations, monitoring...

25. Current status of research on aquaculture genetics and genomics-information from ISGA 2018

March 2019
Yubang Shen | Genhua Yue

The ISGA (International Symposium on Genetics in Aquaculture) is an important conference in the field of aquaculture genetics, which is held every three years. This year, the meeting was hosted by James...

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