International Journal of Pure and Applied Zoology

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Editorial - International Journal of Pure and Applied Zoology (2021) Volume 9, Issue 6

A BRIEF NOTE ON "INDIAN MAJOR CARP"

Sanketh Unial*

Department of Zoology, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, India

Corresponding Author:
Sanketh Unial Department of Zoology, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, India
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Received: 8th Sep, 2021; Accepted: 22nd Sep 2021; Published: 29th Sep, 2021

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Abstract

 

The Labeo rohita (Rohu) is a tremendous, silver-tinted fish of typical cyprinid shape, with a conspicuously bended head. Adults can show up at a biggest heap of 45 kg (99 lb.) and most outrageous length of 2 m (6.6 ft.), yet typical is around 1⁄2 m (1.6 ft.).

Labeo rohita is a types of fish has a place with the carp family and its Sub family is Labeoninae. Chiefly found in the South Asia River and for the most part utilized in the Aquaculture.

The circulation of this species is local in the Ganga and Brahmaputra seepage arrangement of India, Bhutan, and Nepal. It is additionally known from Pakistan. In Arunachal Pradesh: Kameng, Subansiri, Dikrong, Ranga, Lohit streams.

Description

The Labeo rohita (Rohu) is a tremendous, silver-tinted fish of typical cyprinid shape, with a conspicuously bended head. Adults can show up at a biggest heap of 45 kg (99 lb.) and most outrageous length of 2 m (6.6 ft.), yet typical is around 1⁄2 m (1.6 ft.).

Labeo rohita is a types of fish has a place with the carp family and its Sub family is Labeoninae. Chiefly found in the South Asia River and for the most part utilized in the Aquaculture.

The circulation of this species is local in the Ganga and Brahmaputra seepage arrangement of India, Bhutan, and Nepal. It is additionally known from Pakistan. In Arunachal Pradesh: Kameng, Subansiri, Dikrong, Ranga, Lohit streams.

Indian significant carp is portrayed by having no parallel projections in the nose. Two nostrils are available at the nose of its dorsal side. Mouth of Rohu is a crescentic cross over opening limited by thick bordered lips. Teeth are missing in the jaws. They are bottom feeders and eat green development and little animals.

The integumentary arrangement of reptiles, for the most part fish and 'a few warm blooded creatures' and such comparable constructions are the sort of scale found over the collection of Labeo rohita ctenoid or dermal the comparative designs are found in butterflies and moths. They structure the dermal or epidermal layer or design.

The rohu happens in streams all through a lot of northern and focal and eastern India, Pakistan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar, and has been brought into a piece of the surges of Peninsular India and Sri Lanka.

The species is an omnivore with express food tendencies at different life stages. During the starting periods of its lifecycle, it eats on a very basic level zooplankton, but as it creates, it eats progressively more phytoplankton, and as a juvenile or adult is a herbivorous portion feeder, eating overwhelmingly phytoplankton and brought down vegetation.

Rohu show up at sexual advancement some place in the scope of two and five years of age. The most part deliver during the tempest season, keeping to the focal point of overpowered streams above streaming reach. The delivering time of rohu all around matches with the south west tempest. Produce may be assembled from streams and brought up in tanks and lakes.

The rohu is a huge water refined freshwater species in South Asia. When refined, it doesn't bring up in lake conditions, so provoked creating is basic. The rohu is in like manner esteemed as a game fish.

Rohu is conventionally eaten in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and the Indian areas of Tripura, Nagaland, Bihar, Odessa, Assam, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu and Uttar Pradesh. An equation for scorched Rohu fish is referred to in Manasollasa, a twelfth century Sanskrit reference book fused by Someshvara III, who controlled from present-day Karnataka. In this equation, the fish is marinated in asafoetida and salt in the wake of being cleaned. It is then dunked in turmeric mixed in water preceding being singed.

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