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Freshwater prawns of the genus Macrobrachium are one of the important components of circumtropical marine, estuarine, and freshwater environments. They have been extensively exploited for human consumption for many years. More than 250 species reflect the evolutionary success of this highly diversified group, with a complex and challenging taxonomy due to morphological variations and vast.Stocking of prawn, Macrobrachium malcolmsonii has been tried in Tungabhadra and Konar (Natarajan, 1979b), where they could not survive and contribute to the commercial fisheries. Ahmed (1993) emphasised the need for extensive stocking of this prawn, by quoting instances of its self-sustaining populations in many reservoirs. However, the prawn's.Impact of Waterborne Copper on the Structure of Gills and Hepatopancreas and Its Impact on the Content of Metallothionein in Juvenile Giant Freshwater Prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii (Crustacea.
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As nutritional studies on the prawns are scanty and more works in this aspect is needed. So, the present study was undertaken to assess the dietary protein requirement for three available size groups of Macrobrachium idae. II. Materials And Methods. Macrobrachium idae were obtained from the Thamiraparani river Authoor (8 40 N 78 03 E in.
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In this essay, I take a wider perspective, that of a geneticist and evolutionary biologist. I argue that the ultimate cause of the crisis is an agro-economic system that locks shrimp breeders, hatcheries and farmers into behavior that induces critical levels of inbreeding at farm level. The inbreeding manifests itself as increased susceptibility to disease and frequency of epidemics At the top.