Mohammad Zakeri

Mohammad Zakeri
Marine Science & Technology University of Khorramshahr · Fisheries

PhD of fish nutrition

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Introduction
Broodstock Nutrition and central control of fish feed
Skills and Expertise
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January 2010 - present
Marine Science & Technology University of Khorramshahr
Position
  • Head of Department

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Publications (36)
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In this study, the relationship between feeding time preference and appetite in Oncorhynchus mykiss with scheduled feeding frequencies was investigated using neuropeptide Y (NPY). Samples (n = 288, initial weight: 38:72 ± 2:99 g) were stocked in three treatments of different feeding frequencies with six replications. Treatments included one feeding...
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A three-month research was conducted to evaluate the influence of supplementing a plant protein (PP) rich diet (60% of fish meal (FM) was replaced with a mixture of alternative PP sources) with selenium nanoparticles (Se-N) on sperm kinetics, fertilization capacity and antioxidative responses in Arabian yellowfin sea bream (Acanthopagrus arabicus)...
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Steroid hormones in teleost have an important role in gonadal development and sexual maturity. Hilsa shad (Tenualosa ilisha) is important for fisheries in the South of Iran. Any information on steroid hormones of Hilsa shad brooders and their relationship with the spawning period provides a vital step for studies on the propagation and culture of t...
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Synthetic hydrogels have been replaced by natural hydrogels due to their properties such as being long-lasting, more capacity for water absorption, high strength, and resistance. Recently, hydrogels have been defined as two- or multi-component systems consisting of three-dimensional networks of polymer chains that fill the space between macromolecu...
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To evaluate the effects of dietary taurine on Acipenser ruthenus, a total of 180 fish with an initial weight of 14:13 ± 0:10 g, were stocked into 15 (300 liters) tanks (12 fish/replicate) for 70 days. Five experimental diets (38.60% crude protein and 18.78% crude lipid) supplemented with 0 (T0), 5 (T5), 15 (T15), 30 (T30), and 50 (T50) g/kg taurine...
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The knowledge of feeding and reproduction ecology of Coptodon zillii, as an aggressive species for endemic fisheries stocks and aquaculture activity, is very important. Sampling was performed monthly for one year in the northern area of Shadegan Wetland. The relationship between length and weight showed negative allometric growth. According to the...
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This study aimed to investigate the effect of selenium and magnesium nanoparticles and their combination on growth, serum biochemical and immune parameters, serum hepatic enzymes, and digestive enzymes in Asian Sea bass (Lates calcarifer), with an average weight of 32.78 ± 1.16 g for 42 days. After 4 weeks of adaptation to experimental conditions,...
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This study aimed at evaluating the interactive effects of dietary lipid, vitamin E and vitamin C on growth performance, feed efficiency, muscle composition and antioxidant enzyme activity of Litopenaeus vannamei for a period of 56 days. A total of 384 shrimp with an initial weight of 5.3 ± 1.1 g were stocked in 24 tanks. Eight experimental treatmen...
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The effects of different salinity levels, including 10–15, 30–35, 70–75, 110–115 and 150–155 ppt, were evaluated on survival and the body amino acids (BAA) of Artemia franciscana. The results were expressed as total essential (TE), non‐essential (NE) and total amino acids (TAA); also, the ratio of the TE to NE (ENAA) on days 3 and 13 of the culture...
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Local consumption of Portunus pelagicus can be an important source of local income and job opportunities for coastal villagers. Due to blue swimming crab’s relationship with various trophic levels, it plays an important ecological role in food webs and local livelihood. Knowledge about the dietary habits of a species could be useful for its success...
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A celluelose aerogel containing safe and environmentally-friendlly crosslinkers (carboxy methyl cellulose/citric acid) was used to purify aquaculture wastewater through removing nitrate, nitrite, and phosphate compounds. The results showed that the produced aerogel has a specific surface area of 300 m/g, the density of 0.004 g/cm³ and porosity of 9...
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A 98-day research was conducted to assess the influence of dietary montmorillonite (MMT) on growth and immune competence in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Fish fry (mean weight: 500 ± 35 mg) were fed with four experimental diets contained MMT at levels of 0 (as control group), 1, 2 and 4%. At the end of the experiment, the survival rate and g...
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This study was designed to determine the effect of rainbow trout cage culture on the chlorophyll-a content and trophic index value in the Abbas Abad area, southern Caspian Sea. For this purpose, water samples were collected by a distances of 5, 50, 100 and 1000 m from the cages during December 2014 (before rearing period), March and April (during r...
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This study was aimed to investigate the effects of two probiotics, Bacillus cereus and Pediococcus acidilactici, on the water quality, growth performance, the survival ratio, economic benefits, immunohematology and bacterial flora in the intestine of whiteleg shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei after 110 days. Nine earthen ponds (each one 1.2 hectare) wer...
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In this study, the effects of different food deprivation and re-feeding has been examined on growth, nutrition, body composition and composition of liver. The groups consisted of the constant control over the experimental period until full feeding was twice daily, groups of 2-8 days of food deprivation followed by 8-32 days of re-feeding in repeate...
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A 60-day experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of dietary fish meal (FM) replacement with poultry by-product meal (PBM) on digestive enzymes, non-specific serum enzyme activity, and serum biochemical parameters of juvenile sobaity sea bream, Sparidentex hasta, weighing 29.27 ± 0.06 g. PBM replaced 0, 15, 25, 35, 45, and 55% of dietary FM...
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An eight-week feeding trial was conducted to compare the effects of supplementing (0.7 mg kg-1) different dietary selenium (Se) sources including: organic [selenomethionine (SeMet)], inorganic [sodium selenit (Na2SeO3)] and nano particle Se (nano-Se) on physiological responses of common carp, Cyprinus carpio juveniles (9.7 ±0.1 g). Fish fed nano-Se...
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A 60-day experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of replacement of fish meal (FM) with poultry by-product meal (PBM) on growth performance and feed utilization of juvenile sobaity sea bream (Sparidentex hasta). PBM replaced 0, 15, 25, 35, 45 and 55% of dietary FM in the isoproteic (500 g kg⁻¹) and isocaloric (21 kj g⁻¹) experimental diets....
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Tenualosa ilisha (Hamilton) is a valuable migratory fish belonging to the family Clupeidae and it is distributed in a wide area from the Persian Gulf to coasts of Pakistan and China's southern sea. The aim of the present study was to investigate the changes occurring in innate immunity parameters during upstream migration and comparing them to thos...
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The effects of yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae on growth performance, survival rate and body biochemical composition was investigated in Three Spot Cichlid, Cichlasoma trimaculatum (Gunther, 1867). Eighty four fish (with initial mean weight: 5.01±0.62 gr,) were divided in four groups (in triplicate) including of a formulated diet as a control group...
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This experiment was conducted to compare the effects of different sources of selenium (Se) on growth, muscle Se concentration, muscle proximate composition, blood enzymes and antioxidant status of common carp, Cyprinus carpio. Organic Se (selenomethionine, SeMet), inorganic Se (sodium selenite, Na2SeO3), or nanoselenium were each added to the basal...
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Using probiotics can control pathogens by a variety of mechanisms. Probiotics can promote growth performance and have, therefore, become increasingly important in the aquaculture industry. Convict Cichlid belongs to the family of Cichlidae and is known for its rapid development in laboratory conditions and is suitable for behavioral examinations. T...
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BACKGROUND: Brownbanded Bamboo sharks (Chiloscyllium punctatum) is one of the cartilaginous fish that lives in the Persian Gulf. OBJECTVES: The purpose of the present study is to study the effects of thyroid hormone on reproductive system of this specious. METHODS: In this investigation, 36 individual of Brownbanded Bamboo sharks (Chiloscyllium pun...
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Aloe vera has been used worldwide in pharmaceutical, food and cosmetic industries due to the plethora of biological activities of its constituents. This study was done to evaluate the effects of dietary aloe vera on growth and lipid peroxidation in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). A total number of 480 O. mykiss (mean weight 9.50 ± 0.85 g) were...
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Effects of different levels of spirulina dietary supplementation on some immune parameters of Benny Mesopotamichthys sharpeyi fingerlings were investigated in an 8 weeks experimental period. Dried and powdered spirulina algae in five levels of 0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5 and 10.0 % was added to the experimental diet .Experimental fish were fed to satiation tw...
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In this study, the effects of different levels of egg lecithin in diet of juveniles (Mesopotamichthys sharpeyi) were studied. Fish with initial average weight of 3.1 ± 0.17 g were fed with different levels of egg lecithin containing 0, 2, 4 and 6% in diet for 8 weeks. Fish were fed to satiation triple daily. At the end of the period, the growth per...
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Effect of different levels of spirulina dietary supplementation on some blood-immune parameters and serum biochemical parameters of Benny Mesopotamichthys sharpeyi fingerlings were investigated in an 8 weeks experimental period. Dried and powdered spirulina algae in five levels of 0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5 and 10.0 % was added to the experimental diet. Expe...
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Effect of different levels of dietary supplementation of Spirulina on growth indices and carcass composition of Benny Mesopotamichthys sharpeyi was investigated in an 8 week experimental trial. Dried and powdered spirulina algae in five levels of 0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5 and 10.0 % were added to the experimental diet. Experimental fish were fed to satiatio...
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BACKGROUND: Nucleotides as low molecular weight intracellular compounds play key roles in diverse physiological and biochemical functions including encoding genetic information and mediating energy metabolism. OBJECTIVES: To determine effects of different levels of dietary nucleotides (NT) on fatty acid profile in rainbow trout. METHODS: This exper...
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Mapping surveys of coastal benthic habitat in Qeshm Island Geopark, Persian Gulf, were conducted using a combination of biological, sedimentological and echo‐sounding data. The survey area covered approximately 233 km2 in a depth range of 5–25 m, and the data were acquired from a single beam echo sounder, grab, video and still photography. Sediment...
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The total lipid content and composition of fatty acids of the liver and muscles of wild and cultured male and female Acanthopagrus latus were determined by gas-liquid chromatography. There were quantitative differences between individual fatty acids in the tissues investigated depending on sex and location. In all the samples studied, sex and locat...
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We conducted a study to investigate the effects of dietary n-3 highly unsaturated fatty acid (HUFA) concentrations on spawning performance and fatty acids composition of broodstock, eggs and larvae of Acanthopagrus latus. Broodstock were fed three isonitrogenous formulated diets with different ratios of fish oil (FO) and sunflower oil (SO) includin...
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The abundances and species compositions of chaetognaths were investigated on the northwestern coasts of the Persian Gulf in Khuzestan province (2004–2005). Highest mean chaetognath abundance was observed during the summer (324.7±97.6 indiv. m−3), while lowest values occurred during the winter (79.3±18.6 indiv. m−3). Six species were identified, Sag...
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A study was conducted to determine the effects of dietary protein and lipid concentrations on growth, spawning performance and egg quality of yellowfin sea bream, Acanthopagrus latus. Nine diets representing a combination of three protein concentrations (40, 50 and 60%) and three lipid concentrations (15, 20 and 25%) were tested with three replicat...

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In this project, the potential of using nanotechnology based solutions to address aquaculture problems is considered. Issues such as high-quality water supply in re-circulation aquaculture systems, efficient food production for aquatic animals, health improvements and prevention of diseases of aquatic animals, increased efficacy of the transfer of drugs and supplements, etc can be considered.
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The estuarine environment areas where the fresh river water meets the salty sea water resulting in particular features of the environment