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Title: A study on the potential use of fish nematode, paraphilometroides nemipteri, as biological indicator for the marine fish, nemipterus peronii (Val.), and other relevant parasites
Authors: Muhammad Hafiz Borkhanuddin
Keywords: SH 175 .M8 2010
Muhammad Hafiz Borkhanuddin
Tesis AKUATROP 2010
Marine fishes -- Parasites
Marine fishes -- Malaysia
Issue Date: Jan-2010
Publisher: Terengganu: Universiti Malaysia Terengganu
Series/Report no.: SH 175 .M8 2010;
Abstract: Threadfin bream, and to a much lesser extent monocle breams, are an important component of commercial and artisanal fisheries of Indo-West Pacific region. The Nemipterus peronii, L., or 'kerisi', has high commercial value in Malaysia fish market. Analysis on landing trends of Nemipterids in the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia shows that almost 50% of this group is N. peronii.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/5088
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