Aquaculture and Fisheries Science

Aquaculture is a commercial farming technique of breeding fish, algae, aquatic plants, and other organisms in freshwater and saltwater systems under controlled conditions. The main aim of aquaculture is the production of protein-rich, palatable, nutritive and easily digestible human food at a reasonable cost, providing strengthening stocks and new species of existing fish in natural and man-made water-bodies. Fisheries science is the art of managing and understanding fishes. It includes freshwater biology, limnology, marine biology, conservation, ecology, oceanography, economics, and management. Fisheries science helps to formulate and maintain the quality of fish and fishery products.

  • Pond Culture
  • Running water culture
  • Culture in recirculatory systems
  • Culture in Rice fields

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