Raghu Prasad, R (1975) Aquaculture. Indian Farming, 25 (6). pp. 7-9.
Aquaculture or aquiculture, as the term denotes, covers the broad aspect of growing organisms under human control in an aquatic environment including all types of water bodies from fresh to saltwater and even brine-pools. Until recently culture of organisms in the brine environment was considered to be more of an academic exercise than of any practical utility. But of late considerable advancements have been made in this direction and such culture operations have come to be known by a separate term-mariculture.
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