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  • Annamalai, V. (CIFT, 1994)
  • Remya, S.; Mohan, C.O.; Revishankar, C.N.; Gopal, T.K.S.; Venkateshwarlu, G. (J.V.H.Dixitulu, 2015)
  • Velu, M. (1963)
    In small fishing trawlers, the fishing gear is handled by hand and the operation is very hazardous. A warping winch designed at the Central Institute Fisheries Technology, Cochin makes the operation of the fishing tackle ...
  • Boopendranath, M.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2012)
    Sources of wastes in fishing operations mainly include bycatch discards; processing wastes where catch is processed onboard; plastic wastes due to abandoned, lost and discarded fishing gear; bilges and other wastes ...
  • CIFT (The Times of India, 2020-04-14)
    CIFT has warned people to be careful while buying fish during Covid-19 pandemic
  • Samuel, M.P. (New Indian Express, 2019-06-21)
    The only way to overcome the problem of drinking water is to harvest the abundant rains. Efficient utilization of rainwater can be made by roof water harvesting in tanks, rainwater collection in lined ponds and by ground ...
  • Samuel, M.P. (The New Indian Express, 2019-06-28)
    Climate change will increase temperature and variability in precipitations with adverse implications for water availability. Rainwater harvesting has become the order of the day for ensuring agricultural productivity and ...
  • Cyriac Mathen; Francis Thomas (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1987)
    Prawn meat which was never in contact with ice or water prior to freezing was frozen at -30°C and was studied upto six months of storage at -23 °c for thawing losses and cooked characteristics of the thawed material. ...
  • Thoams, F.; Mathen, C. (Sea Food Exporters Association of India, 1979)
    Quality requirements of water used in India for processing seafoods are discussed in detail, with emphasis on physical, chemical, bacteriological and biological characteristics. Existing standards and specifications are ...
  • Thomas, F.; Mukundan, M.K.; Varma, P.R.G.; Radhakrishnan, A.G.; Ashraf, P.M. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 2003)
    Seafood processing industry requires plentiful supply of potable water. Standards of water applicable to seafood industry in India are Indian Standards IS: 4251and EEC Directive No. 801778/EEC. For exporting seafood to ...
  • Thomas, F.; Mukundan, M.K.; Varma, P.R.G.; Radhakrishnan, A.G.; Ashraf, P.M. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 2003)
    Seafood processing industry requires plentiful supply of potable water. Standards of water applicable to seafood industry in India are Indian Standards IS: 4251and EEC Directive No. 801778/EEC. For exporting seafood to ...
  • Lekshmy Nair, A.; Prabhu, P.V. (Society of Fisheries Technologis(India), 1982)
    A water soluble hygroscopic powder has been isolated from squilla in good yield, ranging from 3.5 to 5.0 per cent of the fresh raw material, by a simple direct method. The process consists of homogenising squilla with ...
  • Zynudheen, A.A. (ICAR - Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, 2018)
  • Meenakumari, B.; Radhalekshmy, K.; Panicker, P.A. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1995)
    Studies on properties of the netting material form a prelude to the applicability of material to different types of fishing gears. Weathering of nylon is mainly due to the effect of ultraviolet rays. The effect of insolation ...
  • Ramachandran, A.; Tanuja, R. (J.V.H Dixitula, 1988)
    Whale shark, the largest among the living fishes, is an under-exploited fishery resource in our oceans. Fishing for whale shark is a rare phenomenon. In fact, it is through directed fishing that fishermen come across such ...
  • Pravin, P. (J.V.H. Dixitulu, 2000)
    Whale shark is found in tropical and warm temperate seas all over the globe. It is greyish in colour with a unique checkerboard pattern of light spots and with horizontal and vertical stripes. It has a ...
  • Joseph, T.C.; James, R.; Rajan, L.A.; Surendran, P.K.; Lalitha, K.V. (Elsevier, 2015)
    The Vembanad Lake located on the south-west coast of India, an ecological hotspot is the nursing ground of many economically important crustaceans. The prevalence of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) among crustaceans from ...
  • CIFT (The Hindu, 2018-07-29)