Synopsis of biological data on rohu, Labeo rohita (Hamilton, 1822) by H. A. Khan Download PDF EPUB FB2
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FAO Fish. Synop. () pp. Khan RA, Studies on the biology of some important major carps. PhD Thesis. Aligarh, India: Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, pp. Khandker NA, Hoque KA, Determination of age of carps, Labeo rohita by scale method.
Labeo rohita Picture by Jean-Francois Helias / Fishing Adventures Thailand. Labeo: Latin, labeo = one who has large lips (Ref. More on author: Hamilton.
Environment: milieu / climate zone / depth range / distribution range Synopsis of biological data on rohu Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ). FAO Fish. Synop. () p. (Ref. Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ) Accepted Name Rohu Animalia > Chordata > Actinopterygii > Cypriniformes > Cyprinidae > Labeo > Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ).
The rohu, rui, or roho labeo (Labeo rohita) is a species of fish of the carp family, found in rivers in South Asia. It is a large omnivore and extensively used in aquaculture. 2 Distribution and habitat. 5 Preparation as food. The rohu is a large, silver-colored fish of typical cyprinid shape, with a conspicuously arched head.
Adults can Class: Actinopterygii. Rohu (Labeo rohita) is the most important among the three Indian major carp species used in carp polyculture graceful Indo-Gangetic riverine species is the natural inhabitant of the riverine system of northern and central India, and the rivers of Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Labeo species Labeo rohita Name Synonyms Cyprinus rohita Hamilton, Rohita buchanani Valenciennes, Homonyms Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ) Common names Synopsis of biological data on rohu in Hindi Bocha-gandumeenu in Telugu Cá Trôi in Vietnamese.
Labeo is bottom feeder and prefers to feed on plant matter including decaying vegetation. Its food comprises crustaceous and insect larvae in early stages (Mookerjee et al., ).
Labeo rohita takes small percentages of mud which contains organic matter and various salts. Labeo rohita Picture by Jean-Francois Helias / Fishing Adventures Thailand. Synopsis of biological data on rohu Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ).
FAO Fish. Synop. () p. (Ref. Sign our Synopsis of biological data on rohu Book. Back to Search. Random Species. Back to Top. Rohu - Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ) [Cyprinidae] FAO official common names: Fr - Labéo Roho; Es - Labeo Roho Taxonomic and biological features: Distinguishing characters Body moderately elongate (Figures 1 and 2a).
Mouth inferior and lips thick and fringed, with distinct inner fold. Fin ray counts: dorsal (3/), pectoral (17), pelvic (9. Vishwa Gopal Jhingran (–) was an Indian zoologist and aquaculture scientist, known for the introduction of a composite fish culture technique by name, aquaplosion.
He was a recipient of the fourth highest Indian civilian award of Padma Shri from the Government of India in Awards: Padma Shri, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Memorial Prize. Labeo rohita (Hamilton) or Rohu or Rui is the natural inhabitant of river, streams, canals, beels of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Nepal and Myanmar.
But it is also found in lakes, ox-bow lakes, ponds, ditch and similar water bodies. Mainly middle dweller carp species but normally it occupies the column-region of the aquatic ecosystem.
The average relative fecundity was calculated as ± Highest value of GSI was recorded in the month of August indicating spawning period of Labeo rohita. View Show abstract. Fecundity estimations from sixty-five specimens ofL.
rohita ranging in size from g to 5, g have been made. The relationships between total length and fecundity, total weight and fecundity, ovary weight and fecundity, total length and ovary weight and total weight and ovary weight have been worked out for the species.
Statistically significant relations were found to exist between the Cited by: Labeo rohita or its common name as Rohu is a freshwater fish species which originated in India and distributed in Pakistan and Burma.
Feeding habits are varied depend upon age and size of fish at larval stage they feed on zooplankton but change to phytoplankton at fingerings stage and vegetable or detritous at adult stage.
Landing scenario, size, age and population dynamic of Labeo rohita, Tor tor and L. calbasu response to need their restoration in the Vindhyan region, India Synopsis of biological data on the. ADVERTISEMENTS: Labeo rohita (Rohu) is commonly found in freshwater ponds, lakes, rivers and streams.
It is principally herbivorous and bottom feeder, feeding on algae and aquatic plants. It breathes by means of gills and also frequently comes to water surface for gulping air into the air bladder.
It is oviparous, breeding occurs in running water [ ]. Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ) Roho labeo Synopsis of biological data on rohu Labeo rohita (Hamilton, ). FAO Fish. Synop. () p. (Ref. 56) IUCN Red List Status (Ref.
) Least Concern (LC) ; Date assessed: 20 March Bio-Quiz | E-book |. Abstract. Seasonal abundance, maturation and sex-structure were studied in populations of T.
nilotica and L. niloticus in the Jebel Aulia reservoir and in the White Nile below the dam. niloticus showed a single annual breeding cycle from mid-July to December and was most abundant in October in the lake, and in early November in the river.T.
nilotica showed two distinct annual seasons of Cited by: 3. Indian major carps such as rohu (Labeo rohita), catla (Catla catla) and mrigal (Cirrhinus are the prime species for aquaculture in Bangladesh. Earlier aquaculture contributed  but in recent time it has been increased to % .
Rohu contributes nearly % of the total aquaculture production  and fetches the highest market price. A challenge test against Aeromonas hydrophila was conducted using rohu carp (Labeo rohita) fingerlings obtained from 52 dams and 87 sires (87 full-sib families) of two year-classes ( and ).Attempts to establish a cohabitant challenge model were not successful.
Therefore, fish were challenged by intraperitoneal injection with A. hydrophila in two replicate tanks per year-class, and Cited by: formulated diets for rohu (Labeo rohita Ham.) fingerlings after fermentation with a fish intestinal bacterium.
Growth response of common carp, C. carpio to aquatic weed incorporated diets was studied by Somashekar et al.
Pistia stratiotes and Lemna major as major ingredients and dried silkworm pupae powder as minor ingredient were used. The response of rohu, Labeo rohita, fingerlings fed the experimental diets for 80 days was compared with fish fed a fish meal based reference diet.
On the basis of growth response, food conversion ratio and protein efficiency ratio, 30% fermented Lemna leaf meal incorporated in the diet resulted in the best performance of rohu by: changes in cholesterol content of the freshwater fish, labeo rohita due to the effect of an insecticide ‘encounter’ (herbal plant extract) Abstract Recent evidence indicates that fish, an extremely valuable resource, are quickly becoming scarce.
On the natural occurrence of inter-generic Catla-Rohu Hybrid in Rihand (Uttar Pradesh) with an account of its potential role in reservoir fisheries development in India, J. Inland Fish. Soc. India, 8, () Jhingran V.G.
and Khan H.A., Synopsis of biological data. Rauta, P.R.; Nayak, B. Parenteral immunization of pla/plga nanoparticle encapsulating outer membrane protein (omp) from aeromonas hydrophila: Evaluation of immunostimulatory action in Labeo rohita (rohu). Fish Shellfish Immunol.44, – [Google Scholar]Cited by: pond culture management of bangladesh - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.
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These requirements are possible to fulfill by establishing a hatchery. Therefore, it is essential to develop the breeding technology of Labeo calbasu through proper dose optimization of synthetic hormone treatment for future : $Share data.
Quick-start guide Dataset classes Data hosting Catla catla (Hamilton, ) Bibliographic References. Eschmeyer, William N., ed., Catalog of Fishes. Special Publication of the Center for Biodiversity Research and Information, no. 1, vol