Shrimp Farming Group Journals List|OMICS International|Journal Of Aquaculture Research And Development

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Shrimp Farming Group Journals List

The aquaculture research journal maximizes the research area from fish research. Fish production, fish seedling hatcheries, fish nutrition, fish genetics, aquatic plants to shrimp culture, shrimp farming, shrimp genetics, nutrition in shrimp etc. The shrimp farming group journal’s list comprises the extensive knowledge on shrimp culturing. The Shrimp farming has been started over a century, even though the farming methodology is traditional. The farming techniques include the pond size, pond capacity, and Shrimp size and cultivation methods. The improvement over the traditional methods has been seen in the pond construction. The distinctive features of the shrimp farming is completely dependent on the hatchery bred fry, high stocking density, application of aeration in order to increase the biological oxygen demand in the pond, use of formulated feeds, water management and use of medicinal valued feed to overcome the diseases. OMICS International is accessing 700+ peer-reviewed journals in which Journal of aquaculture research 7 development is one such journal which is exclusively comprises the scientific knowledge on the entire fish research and shrimp research. Shrimp farming is one such topic where the journal got numerous manuscripts. The researchers wish to publish their research work in the journal of Aquaculture research & development. The journal of Aquaculture research & Development is an open access journal. Open access to the scientific literature means the removal of barriers (including price barriers) from accessing scholarly work. There are two parallel “roads” towards open access: Open Access articles and self-archiving. Open Access articles are immediately, freely available on their Web site, a model mostly funded by charges paid by the author (usually through a research grant).
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Last date updated on June, 2021