SCIREA Journal of Fisheries (ISSN: )

SCIREA Journal of Fisheries is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 5 days.

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Aracely Hernández-Betancourt, Amanda Trujillo Valdés, Patricia Canet, Rafael Palma
Abstract: The measurement of size and weight are base variables that are used directly in the determination of indicators for the management and conservation of fish stocks. Determining the size and weight of first maturity allows us not only to define the legal minimum size and weight, but also to properly calculate the adult densit
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Constantine Chobet Ondhoro, Moses Ndugua, Paul Boma, Charles Byaruhanga, Faustine Odeke, George Egayu, Emmanuel Ojan, Gerald Osipa, Ismail Kagolola, Paul Okullo
Abstract: Growth indices, environmental parameters and profitability of aquaculture practices facilitate policy development for regulation of commercial aquaculture activities in public waters bodies. An experiment to evaluate growth performance, feed conversion, gross profit and environmental impacts of Nile tilapia culture under fo
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Veysel Parlak, Arzu Uçar, Gonca Alak, Muhammed Atamanalp
Abstract: Dibrom (Naled) is one of the organophosphate insecticides used to fight mosquitoes, mites and house flies. In this study, it was aimed to determine the behavioral changes and hematological parameters of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) altered by the chronic toxicity of dibrom. Fish were captured for a 14-day acclimation
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