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    Cypermethrin induced stress and changes in growth of freshwater fish Oreochromis niloticus

    Bioassays were conducted with technical grade and commercial formulation of cypermethrin using freshwater fish Oreochromis niloticus as the test fish. The technical grade cypermethrin contained 92% active ingredi...

    Rajib Majumder, Anilava Kaviraj in International Aquatic Research (2017)

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    Kinetics of Deposition, Acute Toxicity and Bioaccumulation of Copper in some Freshwater Organisms

    Experiments with environmentally relevant concentrations of Cu in glass aquaria revealed that Cu was quickly removed from water. Cubic regression of Cu concentration against time showed that maximum rate of re...

    Anupam Ghosh, Anilava Kaviraj, Subrata Saha in Bulletin of Environmental Contamination an… (2016)

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    Processing of fish offal waste through fermentation utilizing whey as inoculum

    Lactic acid fermentation is a strong tool to convert biodegradable wastes into food ingredients for animal husbandry. Experiments were made to evaluate if lactic acid bacteria of whey, a by-product of dairy in...

    Ayan Samaddar, Anilava Kaviraj in International Journal of Recycling of Orga… (2014)

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    Impact of Fermented Mulberry Leaf and Fish Offal in Diet Formulation of Indian Major Carp (Labeo rohita)

    Large quantities of fish offal and mulberry leaf are generated globally. The present study aimed to understand their potential utilization in aqua diet formulation, after proper fermentation, as raw materials ...

    Anilava Kaviraj, Kausik Mondal in Proceedings of the Zoological Society (2013)

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    Evaluation of Fermented Mixture Containing Fish Offal Meal in Compound Diets for the Freshwater Catfish Mystus vittatus (Bloch)

    Fermented mixture containing fish-offal meal (FOM) was used to partially replace fish meal (FM) in the formulation of diets for the freshwater catfish Mystus vittatus. The two supplementary diets, one containing ...

    Ayan Samaddar, Kausik Mondal, Anilava Kaviraj in Proceedings of the Zoological Society (2011)

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    Ecotoxicological Assessment of Cobalt Used as Supplement in the Diet of Common Carp Cyprinus carpio

    Experiments were performed in the laboratory to determine if excess levels of Co used as dietary supplement (0.0, 0.05, 0.10 and 1.0%) to enhance growth of the fish Cyprinus carpio was safe for aquatic organisms....

    Sanjukta Mukherjee, Anilava Kaviraj in Bulletin of Environmental Contamination an… (2011)

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    Ecotoxicological effects of jute retting on the survival of two freshwater fish and two invertebrates

    Severe deterioration of water quality occurs during jute retting in ponds, canals, floodplain lakes, and other inland water bodies in the rural areas of West Bengal in India. Attempts were made to evaluate cha...

    Debjit Kumar Mondal, Anilava Kaviraj in Ecotoxicology (2008)

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    Acute Toxicity of Synthetic Pyrethroid Cypermethrin to Some Freshwater Organisms

    Ninety-six hours static bioassays were made in the laboratory to determine acute toxicity of cypermethrin to five non-target freshwater organisms belonging to different taxa and niche. Susceptibility of the or...

    Suchismita Saha, Anilava Kaviraj in Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (2008)

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    Effects of Aniline–An Aromatic Amine to Some Freshwater Organisms

    We determined the acute and chronic toxicity of aniline to tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus), cladoceran crusatcea (Moina micrura) and oligochaete worm (Branchiura sowerbyi) using static bioassay tests. The 96 h ...

    Falguni Bhunia, Nimai Chandra Saha, Anilava Kaviraj in Ecotoxicology (2003)