Indian sardines (their biology and fishery)

Nair, R V (1973) Indian sardines (their biology and fishery). CSIR Zoological Monograph (2). Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, pp. 1-106.



Among the commercial food fishes of the world, the clupeoid fishes (Class Teleostomi, Order Clupeiformes) are second to none, and the South American anchovy, European and American herrings, pilchards, sardines, etc. make the largest contribution to the fisheries and form the mainstay of the economy of most of the maritime nations. In India, the clupeoids which contribute about a third of the marine fish production, are chiefly represented by the sardines, anchovies and white-baits.

Item Type:Book
Uncontrolled Keywords:CSIR; Zoological Monograph;Indian sardines
Subjects:Pelagic Fisheries > Oil sardine
Divisions:CMFRI-Cochin > Marine Capture > Pelagic Fisheries
ID Code:6287
Deposited By:Arun Surendran
Deposited On:16 Nov 2010 09:21
Last Modified:20 Nov 2010 13:53

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