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Articles by I.A. Akintayo
Total Records ( 2 ) for I.A. Akintayo
  E.P. Anwa-Udondiah , P.E. Anyanwu and I.A. Akintayo
  Climate change has the potential to severely impact coastal and inland environments and ecosystems and by extension fisheries and aquaculture. Coastal regions of the world are already experiencing flooding due to rise in sea level. In recent times, salinization of coastal areas due to flooding from storm surges and high tidal influence has been observed. Aquaculture is a fast growing agri-business venture in Nigeria presently and many coastal communities derive their livelihood from it. The culture of fresh water fish species that are very sensitive to high salinity may be threatened leading to mortality of stocked fish and loss of livelihood for coastal population. Consequently, there is urgent need for development and domestication of the silver catfish Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus that can tolerate higher salinity more than mudcatfish (Clarias gariepinus). This will help mitigate the impact of salinization of coastal areas arising from sea water flooding on culture of fresh water fish species.
  O.A. Adeogun , G.A. Oladosu , M.M.A. Akinwale , O.A. Okunade , I.A. Akintayo , N. Idika , A.A. Adeiga , S.M.C. Ezeugwu , E.E. Afocha , O.S. Peters and A.F. Odusanya
  Public health issues can be considered as those of direct importance to both producers and consumers of fish and include broader issues of food production, processing and delivery systems. As aquaculture assumes an expanding role in meeting consumer demands for fish and fishery products, it is natural that they meet safety and quality standards. Aquaculture is a growing industry in Nigeria and it has assumed commercial importance activity. This study was part of the project on epizootiological survey of pathogenic diseases of cultured fish species and is aimed at identifying ecto-parasite associated with cultured fish in Ogun State, Nigeria. The study which was carried out in 2012 covered fifty fish farms, spread across the three senatorial zones. Five spieces of fish were randomly picked from each farm surveyed. Participants’ observation and structured questionnaires were administered to fish farmers in order to gather information on source of fries, fish feeding and feed type; use of manure and its type; pond type, stocking density, pond hygiene, water source, frequency of changing water and history of diseases and mortalities of fish. Before the fish samples were collected; pond size and physicochemical water quality were assessed. Water test kits were used to measure parameters like iron, nitrate, alkalinity and ammonia. All the procedures for physicochemical water quality parameters analysis were done according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Water pH was measured using a probe while dissolved oxygen and both water as well as air temperature were measured by using Hanna kit. All types of farms are included in the survey such as hatcheries, brood stock farms as well as grow out farms. The study revealed the spread of parasites across the senatorial zones. The most common encountered parasites were Trichodina sp., Gyrodactylus sp., Dactylogyrus sp. and trematodes. The intensity of the parasites differed markedly.
 
 
 
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