Sivagurunathan .UUniversidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria | ULPGC · Research Group of Aquaculture
Early Stage Researcher - MSCA
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Citations since 2017
6 Research Items
Sivagurunathan U currently works at the Research Group of Aquaculture, Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
March 2019 - present
- Early Stage Researcher - In skeletal studies
August 2014 - August 2018
Vitamin D is an essential fat soluble micronutrient that helps in growth, bone development, calcium homeostasis and other metabolic process. The study on effect of vitamin D3 in marine fish larvae were very scarce irrespective of species. The present study determines the impacts of dietary vitamin D3 on growth performance, calcium absorption, miner...
A 421 bp fragment of stanniocalcin gene was amplified in rohu (Labeo rohita). The partially characterized stanniocalcin gene of Labeo rohita is 96% homologous to Sinocyclocheilus rhinocerous stanniocalcin-like mRNA and 95% to Cyprinus carpio stanniocalcin-like mRNA, respectively. The sequence of partially characterized Stanniocalcin was submitted t...
This study assessed the responses of vitamin-D3 intraperitoneally injected to Rohu, Labeo rohita @ of 0 IU/kg bw (only solvent), 100 IU/kg bw and 500 IU/kg bw reared in 20 and 40 ppm of calcium (Ca) enriched water. The cellular changes in Corpuscles of Stannius (CS) gland, serum Ca, and inorganic phosphate (Pi) level were analysed up to the 60th da...
Marine debris accumulation in the ecologically sensitive areas such as mangrove ecosystems, disturbs the ecosystem processes and the biodiversity. Mangrove ecosystems are structurally complex, which facilitates the accumulation of debris within it over other coastal ecosystems. In spite of this, very few studies have been undertaken to assess the d...
To improve quality in fish production and increase knowledge about the mechanisms underlying fish and human skeletal diseases in partnership with industrial partners and organisations, while supporting career development of young researchers in skeletal biology through comprehensive multidisciplinary training.