Basudev Mandal

Basudev Mandal
Vidyasagar University · Department of Aquaculture Management & Technology

M.Sc., B.Ed.,Ph.D.,FSAB

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The purpose of this research was to evaluate the sexual dimorphism, sex ratio, gonadosomatic index, first maturity length, and fecundity of Lepidocephalichthys guntea in the waters of the Kangsabati river. Pectoral fin changes are evident in males of the species, with the seventh and eighth rays of the pectoral fin joining together to produce a t...
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The sword tail molly is a lucrative color livebearer freshwater ornamental fish considered to study the courtship behavior in artificial conditions. About 14 pairs of male and female brooders were selected to breed in 7 glass aquariums. The brooder fish showed five different types of mating approaches, mostly through parallel approach and there was...
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To clarify the area's fertility as a new fishery ground, an intra-seasonal study on phytoplankton, zooplankton, and fish availability was conducted in the Bay of Bengal. In three different locations in the Bay of Bengal, the composition, abundance, and distribution of phytoplankton and zooplankton were to be ascertained as part of this study. Pet...
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In the present study, economic feasibility of culturing Indian major carps (IMC) in conventional culture system (CCS) and organic culture system (OCS) was evaluated considering three consecutive years of culture (2010, 2011 and 2012) in experimental ponds with surface area of 0.015 ha, each measuring 0.015 ha. Highest production to the tune of 19 t...
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Fish faunal survey has been conducted in Rasulpir river to study the diversity of the group.
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Microbial infection outbreaks and the indiscriminate use of therapeutants, and other chemicals are causing an inevitable economic loss in the aquaculture industry. There is an ample research on plant-derived antimicrobial agents that can prevail over microbial resistance. The inflorescence of an invasive aquatic weed, Cyperus rotundus, was examined...
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An intra-seasonal study on zooplankton abundance was carried on in the Bay of Bengal to elucidate the fertility of the area as a new fishery ground. The purpose of this study was to determine the composition, abundance, and distribution of zooplankton in 3 separate points of the Bay of Bengal. Point 'A' is Petuaghat, point B is Junput, and point C...
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The Peppered loach, Lepidocephalichthys guntea is the least concerned freshwater species, commonly found in India, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh. In West Bengal, it is popularly known as “Guntey” & it has commercial and food value. The current study aimed to the estimation of the length-weight relationship, condition, and relative condition facto...
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Since, December 31 2019, pandemic COVID-19 has made the world immobilized by its health, education and economic shock. By observing different multidimensional effect of corona virus, on January 30 2020 World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 as a worldwide emergency. In order to reduce the spread of corona virus, the Indian governmen...
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The experimental work focused on 90 days culture of Heteropneustes fossilis in the 1000lit biofloc (T1&T2) and non biofloc (C) system to observe growth and production with lowest possible water exchange. And also observe the isolation and enumeration of microorganism. The stocking density was 500fish/1000lit water in all tanks. Species reached 4....
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Present study emphasis the availability of freshwater fishes in the Kolaghat, Panskura-1, and Sahid matangini block of Purba Medinipur district in West Bengal, India. In this study total of 61 fish species were found in the different fish market that is Mecheda Bazar, Siddha Bazar, Sagarbar Bazar of Kolaghat block, Panskura station road market, Cha...
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Present study emphasis the availability of freshwater fishes in the Kolaghat, Panskura-1, and Sahid matangini block of Purba Medinipur district in West Bengal, India. In this study total of 61 fish species were found in the different fish market that is Mecheda Bazar, Siddha Bazar, Sagarbar Bazar of Kolaghat block, Panskura station road market, Cha...
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Present study emphasis the availability of freshwater fishes in the Kolaghat, Panskura-1, and Sahid matangini block of Purba Medinipur district in West Bengal, India. In this study total of 61 fish species were found in the different fish market that is Mecheda Bazar, Siddha Bazar, Sagarbar Bazar of Kolaghat block, Panskura station road market, Cha...
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In present study length weight relationship is observed in two different seasons in two different aquatic habitat of a total 96 no. of fishes. The experimental fishes were collected from Kangsabati river and a natural pond of Midnapore town during April 2016 – June 2016 (3 months) and July 2016 – September 2016 (3 months) i.e. Summer and Monsoon. L...
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Landsat operational land imager (OLI) data and consequent laboratory measurements were used to predict water clarity for an inland lake within the East Kolkata Wetland, India (a Ramsar site). Total suspended sediment (TSS) and turbidity was considered as responsible parameters for assessment of lake clarity. The most suitable band ratio was identif...
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Morphological and Biological studies of Indigenous ornamental fish Badis badis
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Bio-minerals are one of the secondary plant metabolites that are imperative for their existence. Raphides or calcium oxalate (CaC2O4) crystals are the most abundantly synthesized bio-minerals in plants which help channelize the excess calcium absorbed. 1.6% raphides have been isolated and purified by chromatographic process from aqueous fraction of...
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In-situ Control of nitrogenous waste in aquarium culture of ornamental fishes
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In the Indian state of West Bengal, key districts popularly known for varieties of ornamental fish breeding & culture are Howrah and South 24 Parganas. However, the only wholesale market for ornamental fish trade is in CTI bazaar, Dasnagar, Howrah. From the present study it is revealed that about 3000-4000 pieces of fishes everyday which fetch them...
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Chela atpar is an indigenous edible freshwater fish having high market demand because of it's nutritive value, palatable taste, easily digestible etc. It has been noticed by several workers as well as fishermen also that the Chela fish population is declining rapidly; it may be due to some biological and environmental factors or anthropogenic activ...
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Feeding and reproductive biology of Blue perch, Badis badis, were studied for domestication and captive maturation under captivity. For captive maturations semi-natural habitat for fish were made with the help of sandy bottom, gravels, stones along with plantation of some of the ornamental plants and were stocked in 02 different systems i.e., flow...
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Landsat operational land imager (OLI) data and consequent laboratory measurements were used to predict water clarity for an inland lake within the East Kolkata Wetland, India (a Ramsar site). Total suspended sediment (TSS) and turbidity was considered as responsible parameters for assessment of lake clarity. The most suitable band ratio was identif...
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The aim of the present study to comparative analysis between organically grown and conventionally grown of Indian major carps (Catla catla, Labeo rohita and Cirrhinus mrigala), fish quality by physical and biochemical methods of whole fish, appearance of skin, gill colour same parameter affecting quality were evaluated, such a proximal composition...
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In the past few decades, Recirculatory Aquaculture Systems (RAS) were introduced to wastewater treatments, by focusing on water reuse after treatment. In this study, the technical viability of the Recirculatory Aquaculture Systems (RAS) was analyzed for introduction in organic aquaculture systems. The high water exchange, insufficiency of organic-r...
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Due to ever growing demand of fish protein worldwide, the present trend is to adopt intensive aquaculture system. However, intensification has led to accumulation of high levels of antibiotic, antifungal, residues of pesticides and heavy metals causing a great damage to environment especially natural water bodies and human health. These aspects dem...
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In present study length weight relationship is observed in two different seasons in two different aquatic habitat of a total 96 no. of fishes. The experimental fishes were collected from Kangsabati river and a natural pond of Midnapore town (3 months) i.e. Summer and Monsoon. Length of experimented fishes ranged from 7.6cm to 22.86cm in pond water,...
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The present study was conducted to determine the status of fish communities in Negua Diversion Canal, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal. The study was conducted for a period of two years from January, 2013 to December, 2014. During this study period total 37 fish species and 9 shell fish species were found. The experimental work has been carried out in...
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Two independent experiments were performed to determine effects of salinity on survival and growth of adult Channa punctata. The purpose of the first one was to determine the median lethal salinity (MLS-5096h) and that of the second one was to assess survival and growth of the fish at different sub-lethal salinities under field conditions. 5, 10, 1...
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Objective: To describe the parasitic infestations of Anabas testudineus (A. testudineus) collected from three different fish producing districts of West Bengal state in India. Methods: A total number of 75 specimens of A. testudineus were collected from different floodplain areas of West Bengal, India. These specimens were examined for parasites us...
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India is the second largest fish producer in the world and dominates by the production from of West Bengal state. The Sundarban is an UNESCO declared world heritage site, situated at the southern fringes on the West Bengal state of India. Aquaculture plays a vital role in the socio-economic development of the communities living in the Sundarban eco...
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The present study investigated the effect of salinity on growth and survival of Anabas testudineus for assessing their culture potential in brackish water. The estimated median lethal salinity concentration of 96-hour for A. testudineus (11.74 g) was 18.86 g l-1. Based on median lethal salinity concentration, survival and growth performances were s...
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In this study, bacteriological quality of raw and processed Penaeus monodon produced for export trade from preprocessing, processing area and cross-contaminated sample was analysed in terms of total plate count (TPC), Vibrio cholerae, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella spp and Listeria monocytogenes from a HACCP (Hazard Analysis Cr...
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The renaissances of phyto-medicines lead to a resolute search of potential medicinal plants worldwide. In this perspective, predominantly, terrestrial allelochemistry has been an imperative tool to evaluate the drug potentiality of a plant. However, in aquatic ecosphere, the pharmaceutical evaluation of the aquatic macrophytes is an emerging aspect...
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The crafts and gears operated in the coastal area of South West Bengal on traditional basis in different seasons for harvesting of table size fin fish and shell fishes are dealt in details in the paper. The brackish water fed canal namely Negua Diversion Canal runs across the Contai subdivision, Block of Egra-I, Egra-II, Ramnagar-I and Ramnagar-II...
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Length Weight relationship of A.mola is worked out based on 910 samples comprising various size groups.
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Puntius sophore is an important species due to its high nutritive status, delicacy and market demand both in fresh and dried conditions. Length-weight relationships are important in fisheries science, notably to raise length-frequency samples to total catch, or to estimate biomass from underwater length observations. It is reported that P. sophore...
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Puntius sophore is an important species due to its high nutritive status, delicacy and market demand both in fresh and dried conditions. Length weight relationships are important in fisheries science, notably to raise length-frequency samples to total catch, or to estimate biomass from underwater length observations. It is reported that P. sophore...
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A breeding experiment on Pangasius sutchi was conducted from July 2008 to September 2008 in a hatchery in West Bengal, India, using three different inducing agents, each injected at two different dosages: carp pituitary extract (CPE) and two synthetic hormones, Ovaprim and Ovatide. The fertilization rate was 82% to 91%. Hatching took place within 3...

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To find out the aquatic diversity including microbes, plankton and fishes To record different crafts and gears, and their operation mode To determine seasonal changes of physico-chemical characters of water and soil