Md. Abdus Salam

Md. Abdus Salam
Bangladesh Agricultural University | BAU · Department of Aquaculture

PhD

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Publications (127)
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Knowledge about fisheries market margins and fish availability in the market is crucial to establish an effective and well-planned marketing strategy. Hereby, the study was conducted to bring some knowledge on the availability of raw and processed fish and its marketing channel in Rajbari Sadar, Bangladesh from June to December 2020. Here, data wer...
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One of the most important aspects in aquaculture is fish health management, and many plant components are being employed to improve fish health and reduce the detrimental effects of synthetic aqua medicines. In the present experiment, potentiality of moringa leaf as a nutritious dietary source for fish was tested. The moringa leaves were brought, c...
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Ponds for shrimp culture are also called shrimp gher, and gher farming is a common occupation for the people of the coastal regions. In this study, the researchers aimed to assess the socio-economic condition of the gher farmers at the Paikgachha sub-district under Khulna. Data based on questionnaires were randomly collected from 125 gher farmers f...
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One of the most important aspects in aquaculture is fish health management, and many plant components are being employed to improve fish health and reduce the detrimental effects of synthetic aqua medicines. The potentiality of moringa (Moringa oleifera; Lamarck, 1785) leaf as a nutritional source for tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus; Linnaeus, 1758)...
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The present study was carried out to understand the impacts of climate changes on pond fish farming in Gulishakhali Union, Amtoli, Borguna from January to June, 2012. The main components of climate change that would impact the ponds fish farming includes high temperature, less rainfall, salinity intrusion, seasonal fluctuation and prolonged drought...
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The present study was conducted to know the fish biodiversity in Kafrikhal beel under Mithapukur Upazila, Rangpur, Bangladesh. It was undertaken during the period of January to March 2011. A questionnaire had used to collect the key informations from 50 randomly selected fishermen from the study areas. The present study had revealed the presence of...
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The present study was carried out to observe the fish biodiversity in Chandagari beel under Mithapukur upazilla, Rangpur, Bangladesh. It was continued during the period from May to August 2016. A definite structured questionnaire had used to collect the important data from sixty randomly selected temporary fishermen from the study areas. The presen...
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The present study was carried out to understand the impacts of climate changes on pond fish farming in Gulishakhali Union, Amtoli, Borguna from January to June, 2012. The main components of climate change that would impact the ponds fish farming includes high temperature, less rainfall, salinity intrusion, seasonal fluctuation and prolonged drought...
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The present study was conducted to know the fish biodiversity in Kafrikhal beel under Mithapukur Upazila, Rangpur, Bangladesh. It was undertaken during the period of January to March 2011. A questionnaire had used to collect the key informations from 50 randomly selected fishermen from the study areas. The present study had revealed the presence of...
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Management of fish health is one of the main considerations in aquaculture and different plant compounds are being used for supporting fish health to minimize the negative impacts of synthetic aqua drugs. In the present experiment, potentiality of moringa (Moringa oleifera; Lamarck, 1785) leaf as a nutritious dietary source for tilapia (Oreochromis...
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Aquaponics is one of the most effective, water-efficient, self-fertilizing, and eco-friendly technologies for organic food production. In this system, plant nutrients instigate from the fish feed and fish waste. The objective of the current study was to assess and compare the plant growth and fish production in different fish stocking densities in...
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Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) meal-based diet is an innovative strategy for sustainable 24 aquaculture. In the present study, black soldier fly larvae meal has shown a promising 25 alternative as a fish meal (FM) replacement in diets for common carp fry. Black soldier fly 26 larvae; a protein, fat and minerals containing non-pest insect, when use...
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Overexploitation pressure on natural resources increases gradually to meet the protein demand for aquaculture, livestock, and pet animal feed production. To minimize the pressure sustainably, live feed, i.e., insects and their larvae, could be the most promising alternative source of protein. The most widely used insect as animal feed is Black Sold...
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This study was carried out to explore the fish marketing system and species combination in five village fish markets of Paikgachha Upazila, Bangladesh. Nine marketing channels were found in the retail markets and the shortest channel was observed when consumers directly bought fish from the producers. Most of the retailers were 30-45 years old wher...
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Key words: Wheatgrass Rohu Non-conventional Fish meal Feed Wheatgrass was evaluated as a potential non-conventional feedstuff to supplement fish meal in juvenile rohu (Labeo rohita) diet to reduce feed cost. Green leafy sprouted wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum), inexpensive quality nutrient source, was processed into powder to formulate sinking pell...
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Bioinformatics is one of the ongoing trends of biological research integrating gene based information and computational technology to produce new knowledge. It works to synthesize complex biological information from multiomics data (results of high throughput technologies) by employing a number of bioinformatics tools (software). User convenience a...
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Consequence of dietary fish meal substitution with wheatgrass was evaluated by observing growth response, associated feed cost and survival of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) fingerlings for sixty days. Sprouted wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum) was prepared for its inexpensively rich nutrients. Four isonitrogenous test diets were formulated and...
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Hydroponics is a plant growing procedure in water and aquaponics is an eco-friendly, water and energy-saving bio-integrated recirculating aquaculture system that integrates fish farming and vegetable gardening in a symbiotic close loop system. This experiment was carried to observe the production potentiality of broccoli in different type hydroponi...
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at Saver, Doshaid the peri-urban area near Dhaka city. The objective of the study was to assess the growth performances of tilapia and vegetable production in the wish pond and wish pond-aquaponics systems. The initial length and weight of tilapia juvenile (Oreochromis niloticus) of 5.17±0.14 to 5.15±0.12cm and 3.24±0.30 to 3.35±0.13g were stocked...
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at Saver, Doshaid the peri-urban area near Dhaka city. The objective of the study was to assess the growth performances of tilapia and vegetable production in the wish pond and wish pond-aquaponics systems. The initial length and weight of tilapia juvenile (Oreochromis niloticus) of 5.17±0.14 to 5.15±0.12cm and 3.24±0.30 to 3.35±0.13g were stocked...
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Natural water bodies in Bangladesh are under threat of encroachment due to high population pressure, overexploitation, change of watercourses, and siltation. Therefore, the present study carried out to assess the degree of encroachment of floodplains and its impact on fish biodiversity and the livelihoods of the neighboring fishing communities. The...
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The cost of protein sources renders fish feed expensive, hence aquaculture. Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) was cultured in aquaponics (ability to withstand overcrowding) in order to explore potentials which may minimize the feed cost in aquaculture. A diet with 15, 25, 35 and 32% protein levels was formulated according to treatments T1, T2, T3 and...
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The study was conducted to identify jute leaf powder as an alternate to fish meal in diets of juvenile mrigal (Cirrhinus cirrhosus) for 60 days. Tossa jute (Corchorus olitorius) leaf was selected to utilize this unexplored nutritious resource rather leaving under water for potential pollution. Three isonitrogenous test diets were prepared and appli...
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Tilapia powered vertical aquaponics system (TPVAS) is an effective way to increase crop production in a food desert city per unit rooftop area by extending crop cultivation into the vertical dimension to feed the ever-increasing population of the world and keep the city-pollution free and cooler. Experiments conducted over the years to assess the v...
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The study was conducted to evaluate the impact of epsom salt, rich in magnesium and sulfur content beneficial to plant, on beetroot production in aquaponics system. Media based aquaponics systems (nine units) were employed for beetroot and tilapia culture where three treatments T 1 , T 2 and T 0 were applied with three replications (R 1 , R 2 , and...
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Fish is highly nutritious, tasty, and easily digestible. It is much sought after by a broad cross-section of the world’s population, particularly in developing countries as it provides the cheapest protein source. Nigeria is blessed with numerous inland freshwater rivers and lakes scattered all over the country. This freshwater habitat consists of...
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Bush bean produced in media-based Aquaponics system
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Comparison of broccoli production between organic hydroponics, inorganic hydroponics, and aquaponics systems in the semiclosed greenhouse at “BAU Aquaponics Oasis”, BAU, from 19th February to 4th June 2018 for broccoli production.
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Aquaculture is boosting very fast but having scarcity and adulteration of fish feed ingredients and high price make the fish farming unsuccessful. To overcome these problems nutrient-dense sprouted wheatgrass is used a fish meal supplement in Aqua-Feed.
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Assess the effect of tilapia density on bush bean production in the media-based aquaponics system in the semi-close greenhouse
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The experiment was conducted to visualize the effect of exogenous aspirin on tomato production in aquaponic system. Aspirin, a derivative of salicylic acid, acts as a potential non-enzymatic antioxidant and plant growth promoter, hence regulates plant physiology. The experiment employed three treatments (T) with three replications (R) each where, 6...
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Sprouted wheatgrass fed to the broiler chicks and manage to reduce cholesterol level much lower than the commercial feed.
Conference Paper
Environmental degradation, social and economic problems drive the need for new, innovative and improved solutions for food production and consumption for the ever-increasing population worldwide. Food production within a sustainable manner requires innovations exceeding traditional systems, keeping in mind the complexity arising from human activiti...
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Abstract An experiment was conducted to assess the relative performances of indigenous and exotic fish species under commercial culture system at Muktagacha and Trishal upazila in Mymensingh district. Six exotic fish species namely Thai koi (Anabas testudineus), Thai pangus (Pangusius hypophthalmus), Silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix), Vietn...
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Fish sanctuary is a particular form of protected area in waters and considered to be an important and efficient managing device for protection, conservation and management of fisheries resources. The Kolavanga beel sanctuary in Barhatta upazila of Netrokona district is one of the initiatives of the Government established in 2011 that is continued t...
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Aquaponics is the marriage of aquaculture and hydroponic technologies. Present research was accomplished to evaluate the relative performance of only gravels (T 1), only coconut husk (T 2) and mixture of gravels and coconut husk (1:1 in volume) (T 3) as media in aquaponic system to grow okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) and tilapia (Oreochromis nilotic...
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The experiment was conducted to assess the water spinach production in aquaponic system using two different media at the Mini Hatchery Building in the southern side of the Faculty of Fisheries, Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh from June to September 2014. The study was conducted with two treatments having three replications in e...
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The present investigation was carried out to assess the socio-economic and livelihood status of the hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) fishermen of the river Meghna in Ramgati upazila (sub-district) under Lakshmipur district from December 2015 to May 2016. Pertinent data were collected from randomly selected 150 hilsa fishermen by personal interview with a s...
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Feeding the ever increasing population in a safe way has become a rising challenge because of reckless use of natural resources. Substitution of traditional farming system with cost effective integration of different production units has emerged as potential solution. In this regards, aquaponics has already put back the traditional farming systems...
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p>The experiment was conducted to assess the water spinach production in aquaponic system using two different media for a period of 90 days. Only brick lets was used as media in treatment T<sub>1</sub>, whereas in treatment T<sub>2</sub> media had mixture of brick lets and used tea leaves. Six 20 liter plastic containers and a 750 L water tank were...
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The production response of cauliflower to added sea salt has been investigated for 72 days in media based aquaponic system. Because of euryhaline nature, tilapia fingerlings (initial mean length5.15 ± 0.84 cm and weight 2.46 ± 1.23 g) were released in fish tanks. Nine different sets of aquaponics were run under three treatments (T 1 , T 2 , T 3) ea...
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The present study was carried out for 109 days from 6 th November, 2016 to 23 rd February, 2017 to assess how tomato and fish production respond to calcium supplement in aquaponics. Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) was released at the rate of 10 fish/16 L water tank and two tomato saplings were planted in each replication. As the source of calcium,...
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The experiment was conducted for 108 days from 27 September 2016 to 11 January 2017 in Bolashpur, Pagla Bazar and Boyra, the peri-urban areas of Mymensingh sadar to assess the integration effect of aquaponic system with wish pond concept in producing safe food by addressing water pollution associated with wish pond alone. Juvenile tilapia (Oreochro...
Conference Paper
Background: Mud eel (Monopterus cuchia), commonly called cuchia, is currently an export commodity of Bangladesh and supply for this export comes from capture from natural waterbodies alone. Indiscriminate exploitation from fresh waterbodies is resulting in declined natural population of cuchia in Bangladesh. Therefore, this experiment was performed...
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Effectiveness of young sprouted wheatgrass powder over fishmeal for stinging catfish fry as an alternative animal protein source was assessed by this experiment. Wheat grain was sorted, washed and soaked overnight, kept in cotton bag for 24 hours darkness, sprouted for eight days on sand, cut and blanched before drying and made powder. Test diets (...
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An experiment was conducted to assess the effect of aeration using blower on growth and production of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in intensive aquaculture system in six (6) earthen ponds at BAU campus, Mymensingh from May to September, 2016. Treatment 1 (T1) with 3 aerated ponds and Treatment 2 (T2) with 3 non-aerated ponds were designed with s...
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Aquaponics is an innovative and integrated fish-cum-vegetables production system that can produce safer food while reducing environmental hazards. Present experiment was carried out to evaluate the efficiency of coconut coir (T1) and water hyacinth roots (T2) as media in a recirculatory (RAS) vertiponics system to grow tilapia (Oreochromis mossambi...
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A feeding trial was set to investigate the potential of selected plant and animal-offal based ingredients to reduce the fishmeal content in grow out diets formulated for mud crab fattening. Ten isonitrogenous feeds, five for each of animal protein (AP) and plant protein (PP) based diets were prepared while tilAPia was used as control. Feeding trial...
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The present study was carried out to observe the fish biodiversity in Chandagari beel under Mithapukur upazilla, Rangpur, Bangladesh. It was continued during the period from May to August 2016. A definite structured questionnaire had used to collect the important data from sixty randomly selected temporary fishermen from the study areas. The presen...
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The present study was carried out to understand the impacts of climate changes on pond fish farming in Gulishakhali Union, Amtoli, Borguna from January to June, 2012. The main components of climate change that would impact the ponds fish farming includes high temperature, less rainfall, salinity intrusion, seasonal fluctuation and prolonged drought...
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The present study was conducted to know the fish biodiversity in Kafrikhal beel under Mithapukur Upazila, Rangpur, Bangladesh. It was undertaken during the period of January to March 2011. A questionnaire had used to collect the key informations from 50 randomly selected fishermen from the study areas. The present study had revealed the presence of...
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The experiment was conducted to know livelihood status of the fish retailers concerning the marketing channels, problems and consumers' attitude. Fifteen fish retailers and consumers were purposively selected and interviewed from urban, peri-urban and the rural market each of Dinajpur sadar upazila. Data were collected through rapid rural appraisal...
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The experiment was conducted to know livelihood status of the fish retailers concerning the marketing channels, problems and consumers' attitude. Fifteen fish retailers and consumers were purposively selected and interviewed from urban, peri-urban and the rural market each of Dinajpur sadar upazila. Data were collected through rapid rural appraisal...
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An experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of foliar spray with molasses and compost tea on water spinach in aquaponics system. Nutrient Film Technique was employed for water spinach culture under three different treatments with molasses (T1), compost tea (T2) and no spray as control (T3). Tilapia fingerlings, fed on a commercial diet, were...