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Articles by M.I. Miah
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.I. Miah
  M. Shahjahan , M.I. Miah and M.M. Haque
  A field study was conducted on the hydrographic parameters, types of fishing gears used, catch assessment survey (CAS) and species composition of fish of the Jamuna River adjacent to the Dhunat upazilla under the district Bogra. The study was conducted from July to October, 2000. Hydrographic parameters were in the suitable ranges for fish. Various types of fishing gears were found to operate in this river, they were broadly classified into 3 groups, such as, nets, traps and wounding gears. A total of 5 types of nets, 2 types of traps and 1 type of wounding gear were recorded. A total of 38 species of fish were identified in the catches of different gears used by the fishermen. Among the different types of nets, the highest number of species (25) were recorded in catches of ber jal (sein net), which was followed by jhaki jal cast net (18) and relatively less number of species (7) were recorded in the catches of thella jal (push net).
  B.K. Chakraborty , M.I. Miah , M.J.A. Mirza and M.A.B. Habib
  Nursery rearing of Puntius sarana (Ham.) was studied in relation to varying stocking density for a period of 6 weeks in earthen ponds. The experiment was performed in randomized block design with 3 treatments and each treatment had 3 reapplications. The ponds were stocked at the density of 0.7 (T1), 0.8 (T2) and 0.9 (T3) million individuals ha-1 and highest survival and growth performances of the fry was found in T1 Treatment in terms of length (L) and weight (g), where stocking density was 0.7 million ha-1 and a mixture of rice bran 40%, mustard oil cake 50% and fishmeal 10% were supplied. In T1 Treatment, the highest average growth was 1.50 mm day-1 (length) and 0.12±0.00 g day-1 (weight) and survival rate, specific growth rate and FCR were 62.9±1.69%, 17.65±0.02 and 1.05±0.04, respectively. Poor growth performance was observed in T3 treatment, where stocking density was high (0.9 million ha-1). The physico-chemical factors which included temperature, transparency, pH, dissolved oxygen, alkalinity, nitrate-nitrogen, nitrite-nitrogen, phosphate-phosphorus, ammonia-nitrogen, hardness and chlorophyll-a were found to be optimum level for fish culture. The physico-chemical factors, length and weight of fishes and plankton were recorded weekly.
 
 
 
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