1st Edition

Fish Nutrition And Its Relevance To Human Health

Edited By A. S. Ninawe, J. R. Dhanze, R. Dhanze, S. T. Indulkar Copyright 2021
    402 Pages 25 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The book on Fish Nutrition and Its Relevance to Human Health is an important document in filling
    the gap of requisite fish nutrition and sustainable aquaculture in different agro-climatic zones and
    its relevance to human health. The book includes 14 chapters addressing various aspect of nutritional
    requirement of cultivable finfishes of freshwater, brackish water and marine eco systems including
    cold water and valley region fisheries. Various aspects on larval and adult feeding with cultivation and
    intensification of live food organisms including copepods is discussed. Aspects on immunomodulation,
    role of digestive enzymes and nutraceuticals, probiotics including nutrigenomics have been well
    documented. Post harvest and value addition aspects have been the important contribution for fish
    farming and human nutrition value. A topic has been included on water quality management for safe
    husbandry practices on bio-flock technology and its relevance for sustainable aquaculture farming
    systems in a book on fish nutrition and its relevance to human health.

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    1. Principal Nutrients and Nutritional Requirements of Cultivable Finfishes 2. Nutrition and Feeding of Farmed Marine Finfishes 3. Food and Feeding of Larval Stages and Adults of Important Cultivable Brackishwater and Marine Fishes 4. Food and Feeding Behavior of Some Air Breathing Fish Species 5. Next Generation Fish Feeds for Sustainable Aquaculture 6. Role of Digestive Enzymes in Fish Larval Nutrition 7. Nutrigenomics Studies in Fishes 8. Role of Nutraceuticals in Fish Feed 9. Probiotics Application in Cultivable Finfishes 10. Immunonutrition: An Ideal Approach to Sustainability in Aquaculture Nutrition 11. Biofloc Technology and its Application for Sustainable Aquaculture in Northeast India 12. Nutrition and Feeding of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) 13. Culture of Different Live Fish Food Organisms 14. Ethnological Diversity of Fish Fermentation Techniques in the Northeast India


    Dr. A. S. Ninawe is a former scientist and adviser in the Department of Biotechnology, holding M.Sc. and Ph.D. (Marine Sciences) qualifications. He deals with programs in life sciences and biotechnology under the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India and isactively involved in coordination and planning activities.

    Prof. J. R. Dhanze is a former Dean who worked at College of Fisheries, Central Agricultural University, Lembucherra, Agartala, Tripura during 2006 to 2014. Presently he is working as consultant in the Centre of Excellence programme of Department of Biotechnology, supported on Fishery and Aquaculture implemented at CoF, CAU, Lembucherra, Agartala. He has 45 years’ professional experience in Teaching, Research, Extension, Administration and Institutional Building.

    Prof. R. Dhanze, is an ex. Prof. and Head, Department of Fisheries resource management, College of Fisheries, Central Agricultural University, Lembucherra, Agartala, Tripura, has been teaching for the past 28 years and is actively engaged in research on different aspects of Fish and Fisheries such as Biology, Taxonomy, Osteomyology, Environment Assessment, Nutrition, Limnology, and Coldwater Aquaculture Management from the last 32 years.

    Dr. S. T. Indulkar is presently working as Professor and Head, College of Fisheries (Dr. B. S. Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth), Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, and has more than 34 years of experience in research, teaching, extension education and administration in various capacities under the Faculty of Fisheries of Dr. B.S.Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli.