J.K. Sundaray

J.K. Sundaray
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture | CIFA · FISH GENETICS & BIOTECHNOLOGY DIVISION

Ph.D

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Introduction
J.K. Sundaray currently works at the FISH GENETICS & BIOTECHNOLOGY DIVISION, Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture. J.K. does research in Aquaculture, Diabetology and Nutritional Biochemistry. Their current project is 'Adpative trials, Extension System Analysis'.
Additional affiliations
April 2018 - present
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture
Position
  • Head of Department
October 2010 - April 2013
Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture
Position
  • Principal Scientits & Officer in charge

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Publications (208)
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Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) tags have been popularly used in identification of individual fish, stock, full-sib and half-sib families, year class and generations in aquaculture selective breeding programs. This study has been conducted on genetically improved Indian Major Carps (IMCs), improved rohu (Jayanti) and improved catla to compare...
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A 60-day feeding trial was conducted to optimally reduce the fishmeal level in climbing perch (Anabas testudineus) fingerling diet using a dietary brewer’s spent yeast biomass (BSY) based diet. In this study, five isonitrogenous (35% CP) and isocaloric (19.15 MJ/Kg) feeds were prepared by replacing 0 (BSY0), 25% (BSY25), 50% (BSY50), 75% (BSY75) an...
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The catfish Ompok bimaculatus (butter catfish) has recently gained importance as an aquaculture candidate species because of its delicious taste, higher nutritional value and market demand. A significant problem in butter catfish aquaculture is its inability to voluntarily spawn in captivity. This experiment was conducted to study the impact of pho...
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Aquaculture is the fast-growing agricultural sector and has the ability to meet the growing demand for protein nutritional security for future population. In future aquaculture is going to be the major source of fish proteins as capture fisheries reached at its maximum. However, several challenges need to overcome such as lack of genetically improv...
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Simple sequence repeat markers also known as microsatellite markers have been used to answer several biological questions. Cultrinae is one of the thirteen subfamilies of family Cyprinidae encompassing several economically important freshwater aquaculture species. With the advancement of the next generation sequencing technologies and simultaneous...
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Climate vulnerability and induced changes in physico-chemical properties of aquatic environment can bring impairment in metabolism, physiology and reproduction in teleost. Variation in environmental stimuli mainly acts on reproduction by interfering with steroidogenesis, gametogenesis and embryogenesis. The control on reproductive function in capti...
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Worldwide, alien species invasion already constitutes to be a major threat to the biodiversity of various ecosystems, particularly in freshwater ecosystems, and with a warming of the climate, the range of habitats suitable for its establishment may increase further. Though it is possible to manage invasive aquatic species in small invaded areas by...
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A study was conducted to evaluate the impact of acute sub-lethal toxicity of monocrotophos on behavioural, biochemical, haematological and histopathological changes in Heteropneustes fossilis (49.53±0.71 g). Probit analysis showed the 96 h LC50 of monocrotophos for H. fossilis was 20 ppm. Followed by the LC50 value, sub-lethal concentrations for ac...
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Background: The emerging viral pandemic worldwide is associated with a novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2). This virus is said to emerge from its epidemic center in Wuhan, China, in 2019. Coronaviruses (CoVs) are single-stranded, giant, enveloped RNA viruses that come under the family of coronaviridae an...
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The incidence of severe vertebral deformity was reported in the specimens of the Amazon sailfin catfish Pterygoplichthys pardalis (Castelnau, 1855) for the first time in India. Fish samples were collected on bimonthly basis during June 2019 to December 2020, from wastewater-fed large aquaculture impoundments (locally called ‘bheries’) of north west...
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Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) is commonly known as the Indian shad and belongs to the family of Clupeidae. This fish is spread over Indo-Pacific province from the Arabian Gulf (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Burma) to South Vietnam. Hilsa is a euryhaline and anadromous fish. This fish naturally attains the growth and maturation in the sea water and la...
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Background Carp fish, rohu ( Labeo rohita Ham.) is important freshwater aquaculture species of South-East Asia having seasonal reproductive rhythm. There is no holistic study at transcriptome level revealing key candidate genes involved in such circannual rhythm regulated by biological clock genes (BCGs). Seasonality manifestation has two contrasti...
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India is blessed with substantial brackishwater fish diversity all along the 8129 km coastline with an estimated potential brackishwater area of 1.24 million ha. The present coastal aquaculture, which is emerging as a significant foreign exchange earner, aims to increase food production for both the domestic and international markets. In recent tim...
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Microorganisms synthesize an array of glycosyl hydrolytic enzymes quantitatively and chitinase is one among them. In general, the persistence of chitinase form microbial source is availing elemental carbon and nitrogen as precursors or nutrient sources and the insatiability of this enzyme plays a significant role mainly in parasitism against chitin...
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ABSTRACT: Agriculture contributes significantly towards the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the South Asian region covering eight countries (India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, Pakistan and Afghanistan). However, majority of the people in this region are poor, who earn less than US$ 1.25 per day. Rainfed mixed farming system (cer...
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Sailfin armoured catfish (Pterygoplichthys spp.), an alien invasive species of family Loricariidae has invaded extensively in wastewater-fed large aquaculture ponds (locally called 'bheries') of East Kolkata Wetlands (EKW), West Bengal, India. As there is no viable controlling method at present, commonly these fishes are removed by different physic...
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How to cite this Article: Mohapatra S, Sundaray JK, Kumar R, Mishra CSK. A report on Anabas testudineus showing disruption of gonads and liver structure by selected insecticide and herbicide: A case series. J Ind. Soc. Toxicolo 2020;16:2. 29-31. DOI: jist.org in/10.31736/2020v16i2/29-31. Monocrotophos (MCP) and glyphosate (GLY) are used as insectic...
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Microphis deocata (deocata pipefish), belonging to family Syngnathidae, is one of the important indigenous ornamental fish species listed as near threatened in the IUCN red list. Here, we first report the complete mitochondrial genome of deocata pipefish using Illumina next-generation sequencing platform. The total length of the mitogenome is 16,52...
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Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) is a commercial fish species valuable for nutritious components and plays a vital role in human healthy nutrition. The SOX (SRY-related genes systematically characterized by a high-mobility group HMG-box) encoded important gene regulatory proteins, a family of transcription factors found in a broad range of animal taxa...
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The genome complexity and its duplication is a serious concern in fishes while understanding the fish physiology and other biological activity, etc. However, non-coding RNAs such as microRNAs are playing a vital role in regulating genes at a post-transcriptional level associated with developmental biology, metabolism, physiology, and reproduction,...
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India is blessed with substantial brackishwater fish diversity all along the 8129 km coastline with an estimated potential brackishwater area of 1.24 million ha. The present coastal aquaculture, which is emerging as a significant foreign exchange earner, aims to increase food production for both the domestic and international markets. In recent tim...
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India is the second largest fish producing country in the world, but our per capita fish consumption is less than the global average. Blessed with abundant water resources across the country, we are yet to exploit the full potential of the available resources. As the marine production is almost stagnant, the additional fish production has to be sou...
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This book is dedicated to present different aspects of reproductive physiology and molecular endocrinology of commercially important as well as potential aquaculture fish species. The existing aquaculture generation is looking for species diversification for efficient utilization of available diverse water resources. The knowledge of reproductive p...
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Background Carp fish, rohu (Labeo rohita Ham) is important freshwater aquaculture species of South-East Asia having seasonal reproductive rhythm. There is no holistic study at transcriptome level revealing key candidate genes involved in such circannual rhythm regulated by biological clock genes (BCGs). Seasonality manifestation has two contrasting...
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The increasing demand for herbicides in agricultural fields affected aquatic environments as they entered into water bodies by agricultural runoff. Glyphosate (GLY), an organophosphate herbicide, is widely used in India for weed control. This study aimed to evaluate the toxic effects of GLY on climbing perch Anabas testudineus by studying its effec...
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Although feed cost is the greatest concern in aquaculture, the inclusion of carbohydrates in the fish diet and their assimilation are still not well understood in aquaculture species. We identified molecular events that occur due to inclusion of high carbohydrates in the diets of genetically improved ‘Jayanti rohu’ Labeo rohita. To reveal transcrip...
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Objective: Labeo catla (catla), one of the three Indian major carps, is native to the Indo-Gangetic riverine system of India as well as the rivers of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar. Its higher growth rate and compatibility with other major carps, specific surface feeding habit, and consumer preference have increased its popularity in carp...
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We examined species compatibility, production performance, water productivity, water use efficiency and profitability aspects of shrimp–fish polyculture to promote livelihood options for resource‐poor coastal farmers. Four species were evaluated in this polyculture system. Initial weight of P. monodon, M. cephalus, C. chanos and L. parsia at the ti...
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MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small non‐coding RNAs that control the expression of genes by targeting specific mRNAs. Data related to miRNAs are limited for fish species, with only 16 out of the 30 000 fish species enlisted in miRBase. In the present review, we have summarized the recent findings on the implication of miRNAs in the teleost reproduction wi...
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Pathogenesis and immune gene expression of the iridescent shark catfish Pangasianodon hypophthalmus to experimental Edwardsiella tarda infection was studied. Healthy Pangasianodon were inoculated intramuscularly with a sub-lethal dose of 1.77 × 107 cells/fish of E. tarda to induce edwardsiellosis. Petechial haemorrhages, inflammation at the site of...
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Doubling farmers' income (DFI) by 2022 has been set as a target for Agriculture sector of India. Extensive deliberations have been made on application and adoption of technologies/packages as key forces to reach the target. The responsibility is with numerous stakeholders and the specific role of Research and Development (R&D) institutions in doubl...
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Loricariid catfish species of the genus Pterygoplichthys, known in the aquarium trade as 'plecos' and 'algae eaters', have extensively invaded and proliferated in the East Kolkata Wetlands in West Bengal. Loricariids have capacity to alter the ecosystem and biodiversity of invasion sites, by physically altering the invaded habitats and by competing...
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Introductions or translocations of fishes (exotic fishes) for aquaculture purposes are age old practice and such introductions are a common occurrence even now. Though adverse effects of exotic fishes on native ecosystems and biodiversity is a serious reality, the benefits that mankind have received from introduction of these exotic species also ca...
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Farmed rohu, Labeo rohita , is an economically important freshwater aquaculture species in south Asia. Consumer preference for this species has driven researchers to develop genetically improved rohu (Jayanti) for important traits such as growth and disease resistance. The feeding and breeding biology of rohu is well‐studied, but the physiological...
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Monocrotophos (MCP) is one of the organophosphate pesticides extensively used in agriculture and animal husbandry. The present study reports the effects of sub‐lethal concentrations of MCP on gonadosomatic index (GSI), gonadal histology and breeding fitness of the fish Anabas testudineus. The fish were exposed to three sub‐lethal concentrations of...
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Lamellidens marginalis (Lamarck, 1819) is one of the important candidate species for freshwater pearl production in India. In the present study, the length-weight, width-weight and height-weight relationships of L. marginalis maintained in the farm were examined from January 2015 to September 2016. Monthly sampling was carried out and a total of 10...
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We examined co-culture of Scylla olivacea with different brackishwater fishes in confined earthen ponds to promote livelihood options for coastal farmers. Culture duration was 240 days. Significantly higher (p < .05) mean body weight was recorded for Scylla olivacea (201.3 ± 8.02 g) in crab-grey mullet (T1) and among different fish species Chanos c...
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Jayanti rohu is an economically important major carp and cultivated & harvested at the rate of 1,843,496 tones per year (2016). As the feed cost is the greatest concern in its production, the inclusion of carbohydrates in the fish regime would reduce the production cost but their assimilation is still less understood across the globe in the candida...
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The optimum temperature for breeding and spawning of IMCs were reported to be between 22 0 C to 31 0 C (FAO, 2019) (Isa Usman, 2015) (Ramakrishna et al. 2013) (Mohapatra et al. 2012) (P.H. Sapkale, 2011) (Sarangi et al. 2008) (Chaudhuri, H. 1963). In the current scenario of climate change, monsoon is delayed and the air (40 0 C-42 0 C) and water (3...
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Sexual dimorphism of fish morphology, physiology and behavior is diverse and complex in nature. Doublesex and mab-3 related transcription factor (Dmrt) is a large protein family whose function is sexual development and differentiation in vertebrates. Here, we report a full-length cDNA sequence of Labeo rohita (rohu) Dmrt1 of 907 bp length having 79...
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This communication has been designed for readers to understand the activities undertaken in the project and how CIFABROOD can be used for quality seed production with a bonus of it's act as to produce seeds during off season (premonsoon/Postmonsoon). The demonstration of this feed in seven states of India including hatchery owner's comments is pres...
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The recent climate change and anthropogenic activity affects the agricultural land/soil as well as aquaculture sector via salinization of the aquatic zone. The present study aimed to investigate the effect of salinity on genetically improved farmed rohu, Labeo rohita popularly known as Jayanti and evaluation of its physiological response towards co...
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The liver is an important central organ, which controls carbohydrate metabolism through maintaining glucose homeostasis by a tightly regulated system of genes or enzymes. The microRNAs are small non-coding RNAs playing an important role in the regulation of genes associated with developmental biology, physiology, metabolism, etc. Thus, in this stud...
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Introduction of exotic fishes outside of their natural range to increase production or profitability increased rapidly since last century. In India also more than 350 exotic fishes were introduced legally or illegally mainly to boost aquaculture and aesthetics of aquarium. Though few exotic fishes contributed positively to the fisheries, particular...
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The role of microRNA in gene regulation during developmental biology has been well depicted in several organisms. The present study was performed to investigate miRNAs role in the liver tissues during carbohydrate metabolism and their targets in the farmed carp rohu, Labeo rohita, which is economically important species in aquaculture. Using Illumi...