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ISSN: 2468-550X
CN: 10-1397/S
p-ISSN: 2096-1758

Fisheries resources of Bangladesh: Present status and future direction

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....

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

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,...

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Insects as a feed ingredient for fish culture: Status and trends

Fish culture plays an important role in supplying high-quality proteins and omega-3 (n-3) long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids. Aquaculture has been the fastest growing sector in agriculture. Fishmeal...

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The economic contribution of fish and fish trade in Bangladesh

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...

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Tilapia Lake Virus (TiLV) disease: Current status of understanding

Tilapia Lake Virus (TiLV) disease is an emerging and transboundary disease of tilapia cultures, causing mortality up to 90% globally. TiLV is a negative sense single stranded RNA virus belongs to family...

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An overview of disruptive technologies for aquaculture

The world wild fish stocks are being depleted in an ever-increasing speed. Aquaculture is the only way to ensure sufficient seafood for the world. Conventional aquaculture can be traced back to 4000...

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Nanotechnology in aquaculture: Applications, perspectives and regulatory challenges

Aquaculture is considered one of the most important food production systems both in terms of economic impact and food security, and the ongoing development of this industry is a key factor in the strategy...

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Overview of aquaculture systems in Egypt and Nigeria, prospects, potentials, and constraints

Fish farming is considered an important agricultural activity that is capable of ending nutritional deficiencies of the world and contributing to poverty reduction. Its proponents argue that aquaculture...

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Recent advances in application of moving bed bioreactors for wastewater treatment from recirculating aquaculture systems: A review

In recent years, government investments in implementing restrictive public policies on the treatment and discharge of effluents from the aquaculture industry have increased. Hence, efficient and cleaner...

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Anthropogenic temperature fluctuations and their effect on aquaculture: A comprehensive review

The reliance of aquaculture production on the ambient environment suggests its vulnerability to climate change. Global warming has led to the increase in water temperatures hence exerting a direct and...

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CRISPR-Cas9 sgRNA design and outcome assessment: Bioinformatics tools and aquaculture applications

The CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing has many advantages over its counterparts and could ultimately assist in disease control and molecular breeding in aquaculture. Single-guide RNA (sgRNA) design is presumably...

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Hurdle technology for fish preservation

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...

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The effects of mixed prebiotics in aquaculture: A review

Aquaculture industry contributes significant aquaculture species production to meet fish protein demand from the world. The industry is gearing towards intensification to increase more production in...

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Selected dietary plant-based proteins for growth and health response of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus

Tilapia culture is one of the largest sectors of global aquaculture. Among the different species of tilapia, Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) is perhaps the top cultured species. The production...

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Present status of aquaculture and the challenge of bacterial diseases in freshwater farmed fish in Tanzania; A call for sustainable strategies

Aquaculture provides significant contributions to household food security, as the capture of wild fish from lakes, dams, and oceans do not meet the current demand for animal protein in Tanzania. Sustainable...

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Effect of stocking density on growth performance of monosex Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in the aquaponic system integrated with lettuce (Lactuca sativa)

Aquaponics is a fish-plant recirculating system where nutrients received from the fish culture are absorbed by the plants for growth. The technology is relatively new for fish culture in Kenya, and...

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

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),...

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Dynamics of nitrogenous compounds and their control in biofloc technology (BFT) systems: A review

Controlling toxic nitrogenous substances in biofloc technology (BFT) systems is critical for the success of this novel technology. To effectively control nitrogen accumulation in BFT systems, it is...

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

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...

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Fish red blood cells express immune genes and responses

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...

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Phenotyping and phenomics in aquaculture breeding

Due to the availability of genomic resources, including whole genome sequences and numerous DNA markers in some aquaculture species, genetic improvement of important traits has since moved on from conventional...

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A bibliometric review on the implications of renewable offshore marine energy development on marine species

The growing global demand for sustainable and environmentally friendly energy has stimulated the rapid adoption of renewable offshore energy. However, infrastructure needed for green energy production...

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VNN disease and status of breeding for resistance to NNV in aquaculture

Viral nervous necrosis (VNN) disease, caused by the nervous necrosis virus (NNV), is a devastating disease, leading to high mortality rate and huge economical loss in aquaculture. In the past 30 years,...

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Natural and artificial polyploids in aquaculture

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,...

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

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...

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