Items where Author is "Vikas, P A"

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Sajesh Kumar, N K and Vikas, P A and Thomas, P C and Chakraborty, Kajal and Jayasankar, J and Vijayan, K K (2014) Quantitative genetic manipulation for nauplii size reduction of Artemia franciscana Kellogg, 1906 from Indian salinas and correlated changes in the polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) profile. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 61 (3). pp. 69-73.

Vikas, P A (2013) Genetic and Biochemical evaluation of Brine shrimp, Artemia from the hypersaline habitats of Indian subcontinent. PhD thesis, Mangalore University, Mangalore.

Vikas, P A (2012) കരിമീന്‍ കൃഷി സാധ്യതകള്‍. Keralakarshakan, 57 (12). pp. 64-65.

Vikas, P A and Sajesh Kumar, N K and Thomas, P C and Chakraborty, Kajal and Vijayan, K K (2012) Aquaculture related invasion of the exotic Artemia franciscana and displacement of the autochthonous Artemia populations from the hypersaline habitats of India. Hydrobiologia, 684 . pp. 129-142.

Vikas, P A (2012) പാറ മടകളിലെയും ചെമ്മീന്‍ കെട്ടുകളിലെയും കരിമീന്‍ കൂട് മത്സ്യ കൃഷി Cage aquaculture of Pearl spot in quarries and prawn farms. കരിമീന്‍ ഒരു കൈപ്പുസ്തകം (Pearl spot - a handbook) . pp. 36-44.

Vikas, P A and Chakraborty, Kajal and Sajesh Kumar, N K and Thomas, P C and Sanil, N K and Vijayan, K K (2012) Unraveling the effects of live microalgal enrichment on Artemia nauplii. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 59 (4). pp. 111-121.

Vikas, P A and Ratheesh, T B and Panketh, Johnson (2009) केरल में सीबास लाटस कालकारिफर का कारीगरी पिंजरा पालन. In: पींजरों में मछ्ली पालन - विशेष प्रकाशन , 25-26 August 2009, CMFRI Kochi.

Sanil, N K and Vikas, P A and Ratheesh, T B and George, K C and Vijayan, K K (2009) Mortalities caused by the crustacean isopod, Cirolana fluviatilis, in tropical, cage-cultured Asian seabass, Lates calcarifer: a case study from the southwest coast of India. Aquaculture Research, 40 . pp. 1626-1633.

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