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A Manual on Shrimp Farming
A Manual on Seed production and Farming of the giant Fresh water Prawn
Hand book on Aquafarming
A guide to prawn Farming in Kerala.
Module 7 (4 hrs )
Culture of Mollusca- mussel, pearl oyster, edible oyster, clams.
Farming Marine Organisms Low in the food Chain
Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co.
` Amsterdam,Netherlands,264 pages.
2. Farming Bivalve Molluscs : Method for study &development
DB Quayle and G.F. Newkirk
World Aquaculature,Vol I.Published by the world Aquaculture Society in
Association with The IDRC. 294 pages.
Coastal Aquaculture, Mussel Farming ,Progress and prospects,56 pages
4. CMFRI (2005) Winter School on Recent advances in Mussel and Edible Oyster farming & Pearl Production Compiled and edited by Appukuttan K.K.
Module 8 (5 hrs )
Culture of ornamental fishes- setting up and maintenance of Aquaria. Breeding techniques of Aquarium fishes; gold fish, angel fish, gouramies.
1. Breeding and Seed production of finfish and shellfish
P.C.Thomas, Suresh Ch. Rath and Kanta Das Mohapatra
Daya Publishing House, New Delhi
2. Matsya Alankar ’99 Souvenier .Department of Fisheries,Government of Kerala &Matsyafed
3. Breeding of Aquarium Fishes .Herbert R. Axelrod Vol.I &II Module 9 (2 hrs )
Frog culture: Different species of edible frog, their biology, prospects and constraints, culture of sea weeds, culture of holothurians
1. Santhanam R. ,SukumaranN,and NatarajanP. (1990). A manual of Freshwater Aquaculture. Oxford & IBH publishing companyPVT. LTD. 193 pages.
John.E.Bardach, John.H.Ryther and William O. McLarney
3. Robert R. Stickney. Encyclopedia of Aquaculture .John Wiley & Sons Inc. Module 10 (2 hrs )
Culture of live feeds- micro algae, artemia, rotifer, daphnia.
Module 11 (2 hrs )
Fish culture in relation to public health. Larvivorous fishes and their biology.
1. Fish and Fisheries of India
2. Khanna S.S.
An Introduction to Fisheries ,Central Book Depot, Allahabad.
ZA2V03U COURSE iii CAPTURE FISHERY
Module 1 (5 hrs )
Craft and gear-Types of fishing craft in India –Traditional and Mechanized –Fishing gear material: Properties of fishing gear appurtenances,floats,sinkers-description. Major fishing gears and their operation.Static gear –Gill nets,Long line and Fish traps,Mobile gear-Drag nets-Trawl,Seine nets-Pure seine,Shore seines.
Module 2 (4 hrs )
Commercially important orders, families, genera and species of elasmobranches and teleost of the Indian region and their identification. Identification of commercially important species of prawn, crab, lobster, bivalve, gastropod and cephalopods.
Module 3 (4 hrs )
Inland capture fishery resources of India. Riverine fisheries. Fisheries of major carps and catfishes.
Module 4 (4 hrs )
Cold water fisheries resources. Fisheries of trout, mahseer and other cold water species, Development and management
Module 5 (4 hrs )
Lacustrine fisheries- Species, catches, potential and problems of development and management.
Module 6 (4 hrs )
Estuarine fisheries, Fisheries of clupeids, prawns, mollusks and other important groups. Problems confronting to brackish water fisheries and inland fisheries.
2. Handbook of Fisheries and aquaculture. Indian Council of agricultural research. New Delhi
Module 7 (2 hrs )
Marine fisheries resources of India. Historical background and recent trends. Fisheries resources of the continental shelf.
3. CMFRI. (2003). Status of exploited Marine Fishery resources of India. 308 pages
Module 8 (2 hrs )
Pelagic fishery resources of India. Fisheries of oil sardine, lesser sardine, anchovies, mackerel, ribbon fishes.
Module 9 (4hrs )
Demersal fisheries. Fisheries of elasmobranches, Bombay duck, cat fishes, silver bellies, sciaenids, pomfrets, threadfins, threadfin breams and other perches. Flatfishes, Prawns, Lobsters, Crabs, Mussels, Oysters and Clams.
1. CMFRI. (2003). Status of exploited Marine Fishery resources of India. 308 pages.
Module 10 (3hrs )
Biological aspects of fishery management, Principles of conservation, concept and practice. Population dynamics. Concept of recruitment and yields, problems of over fishing, MSY.
ZA2V04U COURSE IV Biology of fishes 36 hrs
Module 1 (3 hrs )
Need for taxonomy, binomial nomenclature, Data requirements for classification of fishes, Methods for collection of taxonomic data, Study of external morphology of a typical; elasmobranch and a typical teleost, Variations in form and structures used in taxonomic studies.
5. Ricker.W.E. Hand book No.3. Methods for assessment of fish production in fresh waters. International Biological Programme. Blackwell scientific publications.
Module 2 (10hrs )
Internal anatomy of fish- Alimentary canal and associated structures. Gills, swim bladder, accessory respiratory organs, Heart and circulatory system, cranium and skeletal system Nervous and lateral line system, sense organs and Reproductive system. General organization of internal organs of prawn, crab, bivalve and cephalopod.
Module 3 (5 hrs )
Excretion, osmotic and ionic regulation in marine and freshwater fishes. Swimming activity.
Module 4 (5 hrs )
Visual behaviour, Reproductive behaviour and parental care, Social behaviour- Aggregation and shoaling. Migration of fish- anadromous and catadromous, Chemoreception and feeding behaviour.
Module 5 (5 hrs )
The habits of fishes. Natural food of fishes. Feeding habits in various groups of marine and fresh water fishes inhabiting contrasting habits. Feeding habits of prawn, crab, bivalve and cephalopod.
4. CMFRI (2005) Winter School on Recent advances in Mussel and Edible Oyster farming & Pearl Production Compiled and edited by Appukuttan K.K. Module 6 (8 hrs )
Growth of fishes- Absolute and relative growth, isometric growth and allometric growth. The cube law. Methods for determination of growth checks. Length frequency analysis. Analysis of growth using hard parts like scales, otoloiths and vertebrae. Estimation of growth by direct methods. Marking and tagging of fish for growth studies. Ova Diameter Frequency and Spawning Frequency. Detemination of size at first maturity and spawning season.
ZA3V05U COURSE V Fisheries environment 36 hrs
Module 1 (5 hrs )
General ecological concepts and ecology of a freshwater and brackish water ponds. Ecological subdivisions of the sea. Concepts in productivity. Micro and macro nutrients. Principles of limiting factor. Photosynthetic and saprophytic food chain.
Module 2 (10 hrs )
General introduction to aquatic environments such as lentic, lotic, Lacustrine etc. Basic marine metereology- weather, air-sea interactions. Monsoons, seasonal changes, circulation of water masses, Waves, Tides and sediment transportation.
Module 3 (7 hrs )
Physical and chemical parameters such as temperature, salinity, oxygen, nutrition etc. of aquatic environment. Phytoplankton and primary production, Zooplankton and secondary production.
Module 4 (4 hrs )
Aquatic microbiology: Characteristics of freshwater and marine bacteria. Ecology of estuaries, mangroves and coastal zone.
Module 5 (10 hrs )
Ancillary marine resources-Sea weeds, corals. Echinoderms. Uses of sea weeds. Aquatic pollution, man made changes, conservation and management. Soils, sediment physicochemical features. Remote sensing techniques, application, Sampling techniques and instruments used in marine environment studies.
ZA3V06U COURSE VI FISH nutrition 36 hrs
Module 1 (5 hrs )
Digestive system of fish, Digestive physiology of fish- Proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals in fish nutrition.
Module 2 (8 hrs )
Gross energy, Digestive energy, metabolizable energy. Net energy, heat increment,Protein utilization. (Protein Efficiency Ratio, Protein conversion ratio, Productive protein value) Crude fibre, Nitrogen free extract and Ash. Food conversion ratio.
Module 3 (8 hrs )
Factors affecting digestibility, Nitrogen balance index, Food additives, Binders, Antioxidants, Chemo-attractants and feeding stimulants, Pigments, Antimicrobial agents and Anabolic agents. Non conventional feed stuffs. Food growth equation. Feed ingredients of plant and animal origin.
Module 4 (5 hrs )
Feed preparation techniques. Factors affecting the energy requirement of fish. Non nutrient constituents of the diet. Steroid hormones in fish nutrition. Measurement of calorific value. Types of feeds (Wet Moist and Dry feeds-advantages and disadvantages)Larval feeds- Minced diets, Microparticulate diets, Spray dried and Microencapsulated diets.
1. Halver John.E. and Tiews Klaus.1979. Fish Nutrition and Fish Feed . Berlin.
2 MPEDA Handbook on Aquaculture. Fish Nutrition.
3. CMFRI. Proceedings of the Summer Institute in Recent Advances in Finfish and Shellfish nutrition
Growth promoters. Nutritional requirements of different species of cultivable carps at different stages of life histories. Principle of feed formulation. Different systems of fish feeding. Proximate composition of different feeds, Feed mills. Economics of feed preparation.
1. CMFRI. Proceedings of the Summer Institute in Recent Advances in Finfish and Shellfish nutrition
2. Halver John.E. and Tiews Klaus.1979. Fish Nutrition and Fish Feed. Berlin.
3. Tom Lovell. 1989. Nutrition and Feeding of fish.
4. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. 343. Farm made Aquafeeds. Ed: Michael.B.New, Albert.G.J.Tacon, and Imre Csavas.
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