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Aquatic Plants New Findings

The Aquaculture research Journal the key platform for the upcoming researchers to distribute their knowledge to the scientific world. The Aquaculture research Journal focuses on the new findings of the aquaculture. The research of aquaculture will play a key role in aquatic plant management, weed production, aquatic plant nutrition, aquatic flora etc. These researches will helpful for the researchers to reach pinnacle in the research new findings. Knowledge is the basic source to compete. The new strategies of research may leads to new findings in the aquaculture. The source of knowledge can be sourced through the Journals where the research has been published in the form of articles Aquatic plants are those plants that have adopted to lead a life in the water systems and some help to feed the fish as their food supplements, some aquatic plants help in the human life as source of medicinal values. The aquatic plants help absorbing the nutrients and supply oxygen to the aquatic animals that live in the water. The current research focuses on the non-native aquatic plants to understand the ecology and control of aquatic weeds. The research is also focus on the economical and environmental impacts of the aquatic plants. Aquaculture research journal helps to focus on the farming of aquatic organisms, aquatic plants and aquatic fauna etc. Jatropa is one such aquatic plant which is growing in both tropical and sub tropical regions where a broad research is carrying. The aquaculture research journal provides a key platform for the researcher’s to update their knowledge as well as provides a good support to research in the aquaculture experiments.
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Last date updated on July, 2014

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