Jayanta Kumar NathSuren Das College · Department of Zoology
Jayanta Kumar Nath
Master of Science
Research scholar @ Gauhati University & Assistant Professor of Zoology @Suren Das College, Assam, India
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Citations since 2017
4 Research Items
Working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Zoology, Suren Das College, hajo, Assam, India.I am currently working on fish breeding, Embryology and habitat biology.
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Captive breeding programmes are significant in reducing pressure on declining wild stocks, besides generating useful data on incubation period, hatching success, larval feeding, growth and weaning stages including free-swimming larval development stages (Celik & Cirik, 2020; De Silva, 2012; Diana, 2009; Fleming, 1994). Pethia shalynius is a freshwa...
The present study provides the first detailed early embryonic development of the Shalyni barb, Pethia shalynius (Yazdani & Talukdar, 1975), a vulnerable cyprinid fish occurring in streams and lentic waters of Meghalaya, northeast India. Induced spawning by synthetic hormone injection in May 2019 was conducted to a pair of mature female and male P....
Fish is a very integral part of the aquaculture which provides us with food, the economy as well as livelihood development but the fish disease is a frequent cause of significant losses in aquaculture, adequate fish health management and biosecurity are essential to the sector’s resilience. The bacterial fish disease is a serious problem due to its...