Ajit Chaudhari

Ajit Chaudhari
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture | CIFA

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Introduction
Dr Ajit Keshav Chaudhari, Scientist, ICAR-Central Insitute of Freshwater Aquaculture presently working at Regional Research Centre of ICAR-CIFA at Vijayawad, Andhra Pradesh.

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Aquaculture operations which have hampered during first phase of COVID-19 continued in pandemic second wave due to manpower shortage, closure of domestic markets, restricted interstate transportation, collapsing market prices, change in consumer preference and disrupted exports. This has led to sluggishness in domestic markets that resulting in sta...
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भारत देश में मत्स्य पालन क्षेत्र ने फसल और पशुधन क्षेत्रों की तुलना में उच्च वि कास दर दर्ज कि या है और इसके साथ देश की आर्थिक रूप से कमजोर आबादी के एक बड़े वर्ग की आजीवि का में भी योगदान देता आ रहा है। हमारे देश का मत्स्य उत्पादन, 1991-92 मे 41.57 लाख टन (समुद्री के क्षेत्र से 24.47 लाख टन और अंतर्देशीय क्षेत्र से 17.10 लाख टन) से बढ़कर 2019- 20 म...
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Piscicidal plants and their mode of application by tribes of Vikramgad Taluka of Palghar District of Maharashtra state have been documented. The observed active ingredients, Viz., flavonoids, tannins, saponins, amines and alkaloids were present in Assamee khair (fruit), Gala (fruit), Pev (rhizome) and Buranda (leaf) which might be acting individual...
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The present study compares the diversity and dominance in three undrainable village ponds of Central Gujarat, namely zero-fed, bag-fed and integrated cage cum pond (ICP) aquaculture systems. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of phytoplankton and zooplankton groups was carried out. The phytoplankton and zooplankton data were analysed using the d...
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Freshwater aquaculture in Gujarat is mainly focussed on village ponds which are leased to the farmers. The state has 6860 village ponds comprising an area of 0.22 lakh ha contributing up to 9% of the inland fish production of the state. The study aimed at evaluating economic analysis of three different types of aquaculture practices viz., zero-fed,...
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Biotechnology provides powerful tools for the sustainable development of aquaculture, fisheries, as well as the food industry. Increased public demand for seafood and decreasing natural marine habitats have encouraged scientists to study ways that biotechnology can increase the production of marine food products, and making aquaculture as a growing...
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Freshwater aquaculture in Gujarat is mainly focussed on village ponds which are leased to the farmers. The state has 6860 village ponds comprising an area of 0.22 lakh ha contributing up to 9% of the inland fish production of the state. The study aimed at evaluating economic analysis of three different types of aquaculture practices viz., zerofed,...
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We surveyed the fish farmers of five states, viz. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Odisha and West Bengal of India for adaptation and mitigation strategies of climate change impact in freshwater aquaculture. In monsoon period especially when the cyclone occurred, overall 9% fish farmers responded regarding fish migration from one pond to another...
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Geographical information system (GIS) is an invaluable decision support tool, designed to address spatially related problems for management of natural resources. The power of GIS lies in its ability to visualise and relate various types of geo-referenced spatial and non-spatial data allowing users to analyse them. In India, use of GIS in fisheries...
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A study was conducted for 60 days to delineate the individual and combined effect of dietary Mannanoligosaccharide (MOS) and Bacillus subtilis (BS) supplementation on growth and immune status of Labeo fimbriatus fingerlings. Results illustrated that the inclusion of MOS alone did not significantly (P>0.05) improve the overall growth compared to TC....

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