mukesh kumar Bairwa

mukesh kumar Bairwa
Central Institute of Fisheries Education | CIFE

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Introduction
Dr Mukesh Kumar Bairwa currently works as Scientist at Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture. He does research in Aquaculture (mainly in ornamental fish farming) Science.

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The various environmental factors have a significant impact on cultured species. One such factor influencing larval production in finfish hatcheries is the tank colour. The current study appraised at how different background tank colours such as white, red, blue, green, and black influenced the growth, survival, and body pigmentation of filament ba...
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The natural stock of Trichogaster chuna (Hamilton, 1822) are gradually declining due to destruction of its habitat and over fishing, continuous exploitation of their wild populations might endanger them. This article evaluates breeding performance of honey gourami using different substratum for nest building, embryonic development and larval rearin...
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Cyprinus carpio commonly referred as Koi carp is one of the most traded fish in the ornamental aquaculture industry. The study describes the effect of different tank colour on growth and survival of koi carp spawn to fry by rearing them in different coloured tank at stocking density of 3 numbers/litre for 45 days. The initial weight and length of s...
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In India, ornamental fish breeding and culture without aeration in rural areas is common. An experiment was conducted for 45 days to standardise the stocking density of koi carp spawn rearing (4 day old, length 7.58 ± 0.10 mm, weight 4.56 ± 0.98 mg) in ferrocement tanks (300 l) without providing aeration. These spawn were fed with mixed zooplankton...
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The present study aimed to evaluate the reproductive performance of Koi carp, Cyprinus carpio exposed to different light spectra using light-emitting diodes, LEDs: blue (peak at 450nm), green (530 nm), yellow (580nm) and red (630nm) within a visible light under long photoperiod (16h, light : 8h, dark) at »0.9 W/m2 light intensity. White fluorescent...
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The present study was undertaken to assess the growth performance and non-specific immune response of koi carp, Cyprinus carpio exposed to light-emitting diodes (LEDs): blue (450 nm), green (530 nm), yellow (530 nm) and red (630 nm) under long photoperiod (16 h light) for 90 days. White fluorescent light (simulated natural photoperiod, SNP) was use...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of different salinities (0, 2, 4, 6 ppt) on growth and survival of swordtail, Xiphophorus helleri for 45 days. The species were taken from the water sources, which has the salinity of zero ppt in the experimental unit and then transferred to control and respective treatments (T1, 2 ppt, T2, 4 ppt and...
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The use of immunostimulants as an alternative to the drugs, chemicals and antibiotics currently being used to control fish diseases in fish culture is attracting the attention of many researchers. In this context, many have focused on the use of medicinal plant and animal originated products as potential therapeutic measures for modulating the immu...

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