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  • Balachandran, K.K.; Bose, A.N. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1965)
    This paper deals with the dehydration of prawns in a tunnel dryer . Conditions required to produce an end-product of desired colour, shape and texture as well as good reconstitution and organoleptic properties which are ...
  • Joseph, A.C.; Surendran, P.K.; Perigreen, P.A. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India) Cochin, 1989)
    Kalawa (Epinephelus spp.) caught on board FORV Sagar Sampada was frozen in the absolutely fresh condition as well as after keeping for 5 and 10 h at ambient temperature. Evaluation of changes in the quality of these samples ...
  • Joseph, A.C.; Surendran, P.K.; Perigreen, P.A. (Society of fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1981)
    Kalawa (Epinephelus spp.) caught on board FORV Sagar Sampada was frozen in the absolutely fresh condition as well as after keeping for 5 and 10 h at ambient temperature. Evaluation of changes in the quality of these samples ...
  • Sajesh, V.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, 2018)
  • CIFT (Indian Express, 2018-06-27)
  • Mhalathkar, H.N.; Mathai, T.J.; George, T.P.; Abbas, M.S. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1985)
    Results of comprehensive efficiency tests of three tested designs of 15 m bulged-belly, 15.8 m six seam and 29.26 m longwing type trawls in combination with 114 x 57 cm both rectangular flat and horizontal curved wooden ...
  • Pravin, P. (Central Institude of Fisheries Technology, 2002)
    The demersal trawl is designed and rigged to have bottom contact during fishing and is, depending on the bottom substrate equipped with different kinds of ground rope for the purpose of shielding lower leading margin of ...
  • Ramesan, M.P. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2002)
    Demersal trawling continues to be one of the most important fishing methods of the world. In India bottom trawl fishing was first introduced in late 1940’s by Exploratory Fisheries Project. It has taken several years to ...
  • Remesan, M.P.; Pravin, P. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2009)
    Bottom or demersal trawling continues to be one of the most important fishing methods of the world. In view of the increasing evidence on the ecological consequences of bottom trawling, it has become necessary to incorporate ...
  • Mathai, T.J.; Meenakumari, B.; Thomas, N.S.; Kunjipalu, K.K. (Seafood Exporters Association of India, 1998)
    The demersal resources in the Bay of Bengal, Lat 18 degree to 21 degree N and Long. 83 degree to 88 degree E, were assessed by surveying 22 stations taking 21 demersal hauls using Hybrid Trawl (HT), High Speed Demersal ...
  • Chinnadurai, S.; Sreekanth, G.B.; Renjith, R.K.; Madhu, V.R. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, 2018)
  • Iyer, T.S.G. (1973)
    The composition and mode of preparation of a deodorant for use in fish processing establishments are described. The deodorant has a mild disinfectant action also, The cost of production works out to Re 0.40 per litre.
  • Raphael, L.; Joseph, R.; Edwin, L. (Society of Fisheries Technologist(India), 2017)
  • Chinnadurai, S.; Jha, P.N.; Renjith, R.K.; Remesan, M.P.; Thomas, S.N. (2018)
    Experimental gillnet (polyamide, 210 d×9×3 with 140 mm mesh size) fishing was conducted onboard FV Sagar Harita (LOA19.5 m) during September, 2016. Out of six sets deployed, three incidents of depredation, possibly by ...
  • Sreejith, S.; James, J.P.; Gokulan, C.R.; Bindu, J.; Gopal, N. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2018)
    Black clam (Villorita cyprinoides) (Gray, 1825) is a bivalve mollusc and majority of its fishery is contributed by Vembanad lake of Kerala. Edible meat has to be separated from calcareous shells of black clam after ...
  • Joshi, P.N. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1982)
    An electrically heated stainless steel jacketed kettle of 80 litter capacity working at a steem pressure of 1.06 kg f cm -2 has been designed and fabricated for cooking fish and prawn in the fish processing industry. The ...
  • Pravin, P.; Thomas, S.N.; Meenakumari, B.; Baiju, M.; Baruah, D.; Barman, J.; Kakati, B.; Daimari, P.; Mumthaz, V.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2009)
    Gill nets are one of the predominantly used fishing gears of Assam in the rivers and flood plain wet lands (beels). Results of a study on the gill nets of Assam undertaken during 2004-2006 are reported in this paper. Gill ...
  • Thomas, S.N.; Hridayanathan, C. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 2006)
    Gill nets are the most commonly used gear depended upon by the maximum fishermen in all the districts of Kerala. Results of a study on the marine gill nets of Kerala undertaken during May 1999 to June 2000 are reported ...
  • Muhammed Sherief, P.S.; Rithin, J.; Saly, N.T.; Leela, E. (Seventh Sense Research Group, 2015)
    Gillnets are the most important indigenous fishing gear operates in inland and marine waters. This paper deals with design and general features of large mesh marine bottom set gillnets called Thirandi Valai or Thirukku ...