Basics of Fisheries Science : Vol II Fisheries Biology
Basics of Fisheries Science : Vol II Fisheries Biology
by Badapanda, K C
Year 2013
Paperback/Hardbound Hardbound
ISBN 10 9380428731
ISBN 13 9789380428734
Language English
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CONTENTS OF THE BOOK

 

DIVISION–I : BIOLOGY OF FISHES

1. Ichthyology: –The Study of Fishes

2. Modification of Morphological parts

3. Classification of Fishes

4. Respiration in Fishes

5. Food, Feeding, Digestion and Nutrition in Fishes

6. Food Chain and Trophic

7. Fish Food Organisms: Planktons

8. Reproduction in Fishes

9. Age & Growth in Fishes

10. Growth in Fishes

DIVISION–II : BIOLOGY OF IMPORTANT FISHES OF INDIA

11. Biology of Catla

12. Biology of Rohu

13. Biology of Mrigal

14 Biology of Common carp

15. Biology of Silver carp

16. Biology of Grass carp

17. Biology of Hilsa

18. Biology of Grey–Mullet

DIVISION–III : LACUSTRINE FISHERIES (FISHERIES OF LAKES AND RESERVOIRS)

19. Fisheries of Lakes and Reservoirs General

20. Limnology of Lakes and Reservoirs

21. Pre–Impoundment Survey of Reservoirs

22. Post–impoundment Management of Reservoir Fishery

23. Problems Pertaining to Indian Reservoirs

24. Exploitation Methods Adopted in Indian Reservoirs

25. Indices of Productivity of Reservoirs

DIVISION–IV : RIVERINE FISHERIES

26. Limnology of Rivers and Streams

27. Riverine Fisheries Resources of India

28. Fisheries of Different River Systems

29. Migration of Fishes

30. Migration of Fishes in Indian Waters

31. Dams & Weirs – Obstacles for Fish Migration

32. Fish Passage/ Fish Ways/ Fish Passes

33. Tagging/ Marking of Fishes

34. Riverine Pollution

DIVISION–V: ESTUARINE FISHERIES

35. Estuarine Fisheries

36. The Estuaries

37. Fisheries of Important Estuaries of India

38. Fisheries of Lagoons & Back–waters

DIVISION–VI: OCEANOGRAPHY AND METEOROLOGY

39. Oceanography

40. Some Major Features of the Earth and the Oceans

41. The relation between the Ocean and the Land

42. Topographic features of the Ocean floor

43. Distribution of Salinity in the Ocean

44. General Distribution of Temperature in the Ocean

45. General Distribution of Density in the World Ocean

46. Water–Mass & its Characteristics

47. Up–Welling

48. General Ocean Currents

49. Current Systems of the World Ocean

50. The Waves

51. The Tides

52. Physiography of the Indian Ocean

53. Chemical Oceanography

54. Fisheries oceanography of the Arabian Sea

55. Fisheries Oceanography of the Bay of Bengal

56. Meteorology

DIVISION–VII : MARINE BIOLOGY

57. Prelude to Fishery Biology

58. Planktons

59. Bacterio–plankton

60. Phytoplankton

61. Diatoms/ Diatomaceae/ Bacillariophyceae

62. Distribution of Phytoplanktons in Indian ocean

63. The Zooplanktons

64. Distribution of Zooplanktons in Indian Ocean

65. Vertical Migration of Zooplankton

66. Indicator Species

67. Benthos – The Organisms of the Sea–bottom

68. Sea–weeds Resources of India

69. Organic Production in the Ocean

70. The Organic Production in the Indian Ocean

71. Marine Pollution

DIVISION–VIII : MARINE FISH AND FISHERIES OF INDIA

72. Sardine Fishery of India

73. Mackerel Fishery of India

74. Tuna and Allied Fishery of India

75. Bombay–duck Fishery of India

76. Pomprates Fishery of India

77. Silver–belly Fishery of India

78. Elasmobranch Fishery of India

79. Sciaenids Fishery of India

80. Polynemids Fishery of India

82. Marine Cat–fish Fishery of India

83. Crustacean Fishery of India

84. Molluskan Fishery of India

DIVISION–IX : FISH POPULATION DYNAMICS

85. Fisheries Management

86. Study of Age and Growth of Fishes

87. Age Determination by Growth–Checks on Hard–parts

88. Fish Length from Growth–Rings

89. Growth Characteristics of Fish

90. Sampling for Resources Estimation

91. Estimation of Mortality and Exploitation–Rates

92. Estimation of Stock, Recruitment and Yield per Recruit

93. Fitting Yield Models