Advances in Aquatic Ecology Vol. 2

by Vishwas B Sakhare

ISBN: 9789383129270
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Imprint : Daya Publishing House
Year : 2021
Price : Rs. 5495.00
Biblio : xvi+143p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm

About The Book

The Present book is Compendium of recent original research in the field of aquatic ecology. It is an assemblage of up to date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a unique compilation of 20 chapters which discusses exhaustive studies on planktonlogy, physico- chemical environment, fisheries, toxicology, physisology etc. with its application oriented and interdisciplinary approach, the book would be immensely useful to students, teachers, researchers, scientists, policy makers, environmental lawyers and other interested in aquatic ecology. The chapters in the book have been contributed by eminent scientists/ academicians active in the areas of aquatic ecology.

Table of Contents

Contents Chapter 1: Biochemical Composition of Wild Copepods, Acartia erythraea Giesbrecht and Oithona brevicormis Giesbrecht from Coleroon Coastal Waters, Southeast Coast of India by M Rajkumar, K P Kumaraguru Vasagam and P P Perumal; Chapter 2: Studies on the Toxic Effects of Arsenic on Glucose Content in Freshwater Fish, Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by K Pazhanisany Chapter 3: Microbiall Resources of the Mangrove and Vellar Estuary, Southeast Coast of India by Surajit Das, P S Lyla and S Ajmal Khan; Chapter 4: A Study on the physico-chemical Characteristcs of Water in vallur village of Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu , India by M Sangeetha, P Lakshmi Devi, P Indunath, J Jayanthi and M G Ragunathan; Chapter 5: Zooplankton Diversity of Goutami Godavari Estuary, Yanam, Pondicherry (U T) by K Sree Latha and S Rajalakshmi; Chapter 6: Research on Bioactive Compounds Producing Marine Actinobacteria by K Sivakumar, Maloy kumar Sahu, J Rajkumar, T Thangardjou and L Kanna; Chapter 7: Physico- chemical Factors of the Waters of Vattambakkam Lake in kanchipuram District, tamil Nadu, India by R Eswaralakshmi, J Jayanthi and M G Ragunathan; Chapter 8:Water Quality Inex (WQI) of Shetty Lake and Hadhinary Lake of Mysore District, Karnataka, India by B M Sudeep, S Srikantswamy and S P Hosmani; Chapter 9: Preliminary Observations on Physico-chemical Characteristics of water and soil of Domestic Sewage water and It s Suitability for Aquaculture by S S Dhane, S J Meshram and P E Shinagre; Chapter 10: Assessment of Microbial Load Along with Limnological Analysis in Flood Affected areas of Thar Desert of Rajasthan, India by Mamta Rawat, Sumit Dookia and G R Jakher; Chapter 11: Diversity of Fish Fauna in Nagathibelagulu pond, Shimoga, Karnataka by H M Ashashree, M Venkateshwarlu and H M Renuka Swamy ; Chapter12: Culture potential of clams Along the coast of India ; Milind M Girkar, Sachin B Satam and Prakash Shingare ; Chapter 13: Vibriosis and Parasitic Isopod Infections in the Black Fin Sea Catfish, Arius jella by M. Rajkumar, R. Thavasi,J.P Trilles, and p.perrumal; Chapter 14: Assessment of Polyculture Trial of Giant Freshwater prawn (m. rosenbergii); with O. mossambicus (Tilapia) and Carps in the Ponds of Aquafarmer by P E Shingare, G A shirgur and V B mehta; Chapter 15: Role of women in Aquaculture by K.sree Latha; Chapter 16 : Polyculture Trials of Lates Calcarifer (Jitada) with o. mossambicus (Tilapia) and carps in the station pond and in private Aquafarmer by P E shingare, G A Shirgur and V B Mehta; Chapter 17: Seasonal Variations in the Haematological Parameters of Three Species of the Genus Channa from Khandalal Reservoir, Dist. Osmandabad (MS) by K R Reddy, M G Babare and M V Mote ; Chapater 18: The Saline Soil Resources of Maharashtra and its Suitability for Aquaculture by S S Dhane,P E Shingare and S J Meshram; Chapter 19: Effect of Water Probiotic on Water Quality and Growth Catla Seed in Rain Fed Ponds by P E Shinagare, S J Meshram and S S Dhane; Chapter 20