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Naveen K.B.T, Murthy S.H, Patil P. and Doddamani, P.L. 2013. Enhanced immune response and resistance to white tail disease in chitin-diet fed freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii. Aqua. Repo., 2: 34–38.
Jitendra K. and A. K. Pandey. 2013. Present status of ichthyofaunal diversity and impact of exotics in Uttar Pradesh, J. Exper. Zool., India, 16(2): 429-434.
Dwivedi A.C., N.P. Tewari and M. Mishra. 2013. Biodiversity and abundance of macro-invertebrates in the middle stretch of the Ganga river, India J. Kalash Sci., 1(1): 95-98.
Patil R., Shankar K.M., Naveen, K.B.T., Kulkarni, A., Patil,P. and Moger, N. 2013. Development of a monoclonal antibody based flow through immunoassay (FTA) for detection of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) in black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon). J. Fish Dise., 3: 24–29.
Dwivedi A.C., Tewari N.P. and Mishra P. 2013. Biodiversity and abundance of macro-invertebrates in the middle stretch of the Ganga river, India In: Productivity of Water Edited by A.C. Dwivedi and M. Mishra, Kalash University Press, Allahabad, Pp. 65-74.
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