Satya Narayan Sahoo

Satya Narayan Sahoo
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture | CIFA · Fish Health Management Division

M.F.Sc (Fishery Pathology and Microbiology)

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Introduction
Satya Narayan Sahoo currently works at the Fish Health Management Division, Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture. Satya does research in Fish disease diagnosis and health management.

Publications

Publications (20)
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The use of chemicals, biologicals and veterinary medicinal products (VMPs) helps in healthy and sustainable fish production. Information on the use of these products is essential for assessing farming practices, potential human health and environmental risks. A questionnaire‐based nationwide survey covering aquaculture farms (n = 2936) producing ca...
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Background: India has the largest burden of drug-resistant organisms compared with other countries around the world, including multiresistant and extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis and resistant Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria. Antibiotic resistant bacteria are found in all living hosts and in the environment and move between hosts and...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of dietary emamectin benzoate (EB) levels on immune responses, serum enzyme activities, and retention of EB in muscle tissue to establish the withdrawal period in rohu, Labeo rohita juveniles (avg. wt. 18 ± 0:11 g). To ascertain this, 450 healthy L. rohita juveniles were fed with EB in graded doses vi...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of dietary emamectin benzoate (EB) levels on immune responses, serum enzyme activities, and retention of EB in muscle tissue to establish the withdrawal period in rohu, Labeo rohita juveniles (avg. wt. 18 ± 0:11 g). To ascertain this, 450 healthy L. rohita juveniles were fed with EB in graded doses vi...
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Mahua oil cake (Bassia latifolia) is one of the non-conventional ingredients which are generally used as manure for horticultural crops. However, mahua oil cake can also be used as cheap source of nutrient for fish replacing conventional plant ingredient by solid state fermentation. Solid state fermentation of mahua oil cake was done by mixed strai...
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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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Wallago attu is a bony fish in the Siluridae family and is considered to be a large catfish due to its large size availability in the wild, with fish reaching 45 kg. It is found in tanks, rivers, reservoirs and connected water bodies of the Indian subcontinent, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Indonesia. It is an excellent food fish due to high nutr...
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The present study was conducted to assess the effect of oxytetracycline hydrochloride (OTC) in rohu, Labeo rohita, with graded doses viz., 80 (1×), 240 (3×), 400 (5×) and 800 (10×) mg kg⁻¹ fish biomass day⁻¹ respectively through feed. Four hundred and fifty healthy rohu juveniles (20 ± 0.12 g) were fed for 30 days followed by 10 days of withdrawal...
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Background: India has the largest burden of drug-resistant organisms compared with other countries around the world, including multiresistant and extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis and resistant Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria. Antibiotic resistant bacteria are found in all living hosts and in the environment and move between hosts and...
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Background: India has the largest burden of drug‑resistant organisms compared with other countries around the world, including multiresistant and extremely drug‑resistant tuberculosis and resistant Gram‑negative and Gram‑positive bacteria. Antibiotic resistant bacteria are found in all living hosts and in the environment and move between hosts and...
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BACKGROUND India has the largest burden of drug‑resistant organisms compared with other countries around the world, including multiresistant and extremely drug‑resistant tuberculosis and resistant Gram‑negative and Gram‑positive bacteria. Antibiotic resistant bacteria are found in all living hosts and in the environment and move between hosts and e...
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The effects of dietary administration of inorganic zinc (zinc sulphate, ZnSO4) and nano zinc (zinc oxide nanoparticles, ZnO‐NP) were evaluated in rohu, Labeo rohita fingerlings. Fish were fed with a basal diet (Control) supplemented with ZnSO4 (T1, T2 and T3) and ZnO‐NP (T4, T5 and T6) at 10, 20 and 30 mg/kg, respectively, for a duration of 45 days...
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An investigation on the toxicological effects of Zinc Oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) on tadpoles, Polypedates maculatus in terms of growth, metamorphosis and innate immunity was done. Tadpoles other than those in the control (C) group,were exposed to three different concentrations of ZnO NPs viz., 50 mg/L (T1), 10 mg/L (T2), 1 mg/L (T3) for a period...
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Indian fisheries and aquaculture is an important sector of food production, providing nutritional security to the food basket, contributing to the agricultural exports and engaging about fourteen million people in different activities. With diverse aquatic resources, the country has shown continuous and sustained increments in fish production since...
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Survey was performed to assess the availability and use of different commercial grade aqua-medicines, drugs and chemicals in aquaculture activities in the selected key districts of four aquaculture dominant states of India viz., Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh. A total of 265 farms, 36 aqua shops, and 18 drug manufacturer units w...
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Indian fisheries and aquaculture is an important sector of food production, providing nutritional security to the food basket, contributing to the agricultural exports and engaging about fourteen million people in different activities. With diverse aquatic resources the country has shown continuous and sustained increments in fish production since...
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The present investigation was carried out to study the effect of the commonly used piscicide on Indian major carps interms of haematological alterations. Hematological investigations interms of blood values like Haematocrit (Hk%), Total erythrocyte count (TEC), Total leukocyte count (TLC), Haemoglobin concentration (Hb) and blood glucose level were...

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To find out AMR pattern in microorganisms form Aquaculture & Fisheries