Hi, I am Uttam Kumar Sarkar, My LiveDNA is 91.4185
Dr. Uttam Kumar Sarkar
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Animal and Veterinary Sciences from National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, Lucknow, India
Institute: National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, Lucknow
Area of Interest: Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  •   Aquaculture
  •   Fisheries Science
  •   Freshwater Fisheries
  •   Ecology
URL: http://livedna.org/91.4185
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Bhowmik, M.L., B.K. Pandey and U.K. Sarkar, 1994. Micro flora present in wastewater aquaculture ponds and fishes. Environ. Ecol., 12: 419-423.
2:   Bhowmik, M.L., B.K. Pandey and U.K. Sarkar, 1995. Influence of Domestic Sewage on Fish and Incidence of Microbial Population. In: Current and emerging Trends in Aquaculture, P.C. Thomas (Ed.)., Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, pp: 35-38.
3:   Bhowmik, M.L., U.K. Sarkar and B.K. Pandey, 1993. Plankton abundance and composition in sewage fed fishponds. J. Inland Fish. Soc. India, 25: 23-29.
4:   Deepak, P.K., U.K. Sarkar and R.S. Negi, 2008. Age and growth profile of Indian major carp Catla catla from rivers of Morthern India. Acta Zool. Sinica, 54: 136-143.
5:   Gupta, B.K., U.K. Sarkar, S.K. Bhardwaj and A. Pal, 2011. Condition factor, length-weight and length-length relationships of an endangered fish Ompok pabda (Hamilton 1822) (Siluriformes: Siluridae) from the River Gomti, a tributary of the River Ganga, India. J. Applied Ichthyol., 27: 962-964.
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6:   Kapoor, D. and U.K. Sarkar, 2002. Towards conservation and sustainable commercial utilization of fish genetic biodiversity of India: NBFGR's contribution. Fish. Chimes., 22: 31-36.
7:   Kapoor, D. and U.K. Sarkar, 2003. Expanding initiatives for conservation and sustainable exploitation of fish genetic biodivesity of India. Fish. Chimes., 23: 57-65.
8:   Kapoor, D. and U.K. Sarkar, 2005. Priority research components of NBFGR for conservation of Indian fish biodiversity. Fish. Chimes., 25: 110-113.
9:   Lakra, W.S, U.K. Sarkar, R.S. Kumar, A. Pandey, V.K. Dubey and O.P. Gusain, 2010. Fish diversity, habitat ecology and their conservation and management issues of a tropical River in Ganga basin, India. Environmentalist, 30: 306-319.
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10:   Lakra, W.S. and U.K. Sarkar, 2006. Evaluation of fish biodiversity of eastern ghat region for conservation and sustainable utilization. EPTRI-ENVIS Newslett., 12: 1-7.
11:   Lakra, W.S. and U.K. Sarkar, 2010. NBFGR-marching ahead in cataloguing and conserving fish genetic resources of India. Fish. Chimes., 30: 102-107.
12:   Lakra, W.S., M. Goswami and U.K. Sarkar, 2010. Conservation biology of Indian Mahseers. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 80: 98-108.
13:   Pandey A, V. K. Dubey, R.S. Kumar, U.K. Sarkar and W. Singh Lakra, 2010. New record of Glyptothorax brevipinnis (Hora, 1923) (Pisces, Siluriformes, Sisoridae) in the River Ken, Central India. J. Applied Ichthyol., 27: 1112-1115.
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14:   Pandey, B.K., U.K. Sarkar, M.L. Bhowmik and S.D. Tripathi, 1995. Accumulation of heavy metals in soil, water, aquatic weed and fish samples of sewage-fed ponds. J. Environ. Biol., 16: 97-103.
15:   Samanta, S., A. Sharma, U.K. Sarkar and L.R. Mahaveer, 2005. Organochlorine pesticide residues in water and fish from a sewage fed Bheri and a floodplain wetland in West Bengal. Environ. Ecol., 23: 149-153.
16:   Sani, R., B.K. Gupta, U.K. Sarkar, A. Pandey, V.K. Dubey and W.S. Lakra, 2010. Length-weight relationships of 14 Indian freshwater fish species from the Betwa (Yamuna River tributary) and Gomti (Ganga River tributary) rivers. J. Applied Icthyol., 26: 456-459.
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17:   Sarkar U.K. W.S. Lakra, P.K. Deepak, R.S. Negi, S.K. Paul and A. Srivastava, 2006. Performance of different types of diets on experimental larval rearing of endangered Chitala chitala (Hamilton) in recirculatory system. Aquaculture, 261: 141-150.
18:   Sarkar U.K., B.K. Gupta and W.S. Lakra, 2010. Biodiversity, ecohydrology, threat status and conservation priority of the freshwater fishes of river Gomti, a tributary of river Ganga (India). Environmentalist, 30: 3-17.
19:   Sarkar U.K., P.K. Deepak, D. Kapoor, R.S. Negi, S.K. Paul and S.P. Singh, 2005. Captive breeding of Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792) with WOVA-FH for conservation and aquaculture. Aquacult. Res., 36: 941-945.
20:   Sarkar U.K., P.K. Deepak, R.S. Negi and W.S. Lakra, 2009. Captive breeding of a Gangetic leaffish Nandus nandus (Hamilton-Buchanan) with three commercial GnRH preparations. J. Applied Aquacult., 21: 263-272.
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21:   Sarkar U.K., P.K. Deepak, R.S. Negi, T.A. Qureshi and W.S. Lakra, 2007. Efficacy of different types of live and non-conventional diets on endangered clown knife fish Chitala chitala (Hamilton) during its early life stages. Aquacult. Res., 38: 1404-1410.
22:   Sarkar U.K., V.S. Basheer, A.K. Singh and S.M. Srivastava, 2002. Organochlorine pesticide residue in water and fish samples: First report from rivers and streams of Kumaon Himalayan Region, India. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 70: 485-493.
23:   Sarkar, U. K. and W.S. Lakra, 2007. An Overview of the Diversity and Conservation Status Freshwater Fishes of Central India. In: Freshwater Fish Diversity of Central India, W.S. Lakra and U.K. Sarkar, Eds., NBFGR Publication, Lucknow, pp: 7-18.
24:   Sarkar, U. and P.K. Deepak and W.S. Lakra, 2009. Stock identification of endangered Clown Knife Fish Chitala chitala (Hamilton-Buchanan) from Indian Rivers inferred by morphological attributes. E J. Ichthyol., 2: 58-74.
25:   Sarkar, U.K, A.K. Pathak and W.S. Lakra, 2008. Conservation of freshwater fish resources of India: New approaches, assessment and challenges. Biodivers. Conserv., 17: 2495-2511.
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26:   Sarkar, U.K. and A.G. Ponniah, 1999. Conserving aquatic genetic resources through community participation. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Environment Protection: A Green vision for 21st Century, January 2-3, 1999, Green India Society, Lucknow, India. -.
27:   Sarkar, U.K. and M.B. Bain, 2007. Priority habitats for the conservation of large river fish in the Ganges river basin. Aquatic Conserv.: Mar. Freshwater Ecosyst., 17: 349-359.
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28:   Sarkar, U.K. and P.K. Deepak, 2009. The diet of clown knife fish Chitala chitala (Hamilton Buchanan) an endangered notopterid from different wild population, India. E J. Ichthyol., 1: 11-20.
29:   Sarkar, U.K. and R. Sani, 2008. Habitat fingerprinting by elemental analysis of otoloith-as a powerful tool for detecting potential fish habitat. Fish. Chimes, 28: 52-54.
30:   Sarkar, U.K. and S.K. Konar, 1992. Effects of heavy metal chromium, pesticide thiodan and petroleum product n-hexane in combination on fish and aquatic ecosystem. Asian Environ., 14: 20-29.
31:   Sarkar, U.K. and S.K. Konar, 1993. Sub lethal effects of pesticide, heavy metal, detergent and petroleum product in three combinations of mixtures on fish. Environ. Ecol., 11: 630-633.
32:   Sarkar, U.K. and S.K. Konar, 1994. Combined impact of heavy metal chromium and detergent Ekaline FI on fish and aquatic ecosystem. J. Inland Fish. Soc., 26: 17-23.
33:   Sarkar, U.K. and S.K. Konar, 1995. The combined effect of pesticide thiodan, heavy metal chromium and detergent ekaline FI on fish and fish food organisms. J. Environ. Biol., 16: 19-26.
34:   Sarkar, U.K. and S.K. Konar, 1997. Interaction of insecticide thiodan (endosulfan) and heavy metal chromium and impact on fish and aquatic ecosystem. Chem. Ecol., 13: 271-278.
35:   Sarkar, U.K. and W.S. Lakra, 2010. Life history traits of freshwater fish population and implications on aquatic biodiversity conservation: A review. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 80: 85-97.
36:   Sarkar, U.K. and W.S. Lakra, 2010. Small indigenous freshwater fish species of India: Significance, conservation and utilization. Aquacult. Asia Mag., 15: 34-35.
37:   Sarkar, U.K., 2009. Descriptors of fish genetic resources. Red variant of Labeo rohita cuvier. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 79: 339-342.
38:   Sarkar, U.K., A.K. Pandian and S.K. Paul, 2009. Description of a large size Gobid Glossogobius giuris (Hamilton-Buchanan) from lower Ganga, West Bengal. J. Inland Fish. Soc. India, 41: 68-69.
39:   Sarkar, U.K., B.K. Pandey and M.L. Bhowmik, 1993. Toxicity of domestic sewage on fry of Catla catla (Ham) and Labeo bata (Ham.). Environ. Ecol., 11: 439-441.
40:   Sarkar, U.K., D. Kapoor and R. Dayal, 2005. Sustainable Development and Conservation of Fish Genetic Biodiversity of India. In: Aquatic Biodiversity in India: Resent Scenario, D.R. Khanna (Ed.)., Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, pp:1-17.
41:   Sarkar, U.K., D. Kapoor, S.K. Paul, A.K. Pathak and V.S. Basheer et al, 2007. Fish biodiversity in the waterbodies of samaspur bird sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh: Towards developing freshwater aquatic sanctuary. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc., 104: 51-54.
42:   Sarkar, U.K., K. Sanjeev, S.M. Srivastava, R.S. Patiyal and S.K. Paul, 2000. Millennium international mahseer angling festival-2000: Linking conservation of golden mahseer with eco-tourism. Fish. Chimes., 20: 41-42.
43:   Sarkar, U.K., P.K. Deepak and R.S. Negi, 2005. Captive breeding of an endangered fish Ompok pabda (Hamilton Buchanan) using different doses of ovaprim. J. Inland Fish. Soc., 37: 37-42.
44:   Sarkar, U.K., P.K. Deepak and R.S. Negi, 2006. Age structure of Indian carp Labeo rohita (Hamilton Buchanan) from different wild population. Environ. Ecol., 24: 803-808.
45:   Sarkar, U.K., P.K. Deepak and R.S. Negi, 2009. Length-weight relationship of clown knifefish Chitala chitala (Hamilton 1822) from the River Ganga basin, India. J. Applied Ichthyol., 25: 232-233.
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46:   Sarkar, U.K., P.K. Deepak, A. Srivastava, S.K. Paul and S.P. Singh, 2006. Efficacy of three synthetic hormone in inducing breeding of a potential food fish Puntius sarana (Hamilton-Buchanan) for species conservation and aquaculture. Environ. Ecol., 24: 303-308.
47:   Sarkar, U.K., P.K. Deepak, R.S. Negi, S.M. Srivastava and S.P. Singh, 2002. Endangered freshwater featherback Chitala chitala can be reared by captive breeding. ICAR News, 8: 1-2.
48:   Sarkar, U.K., P.K. Deepak, R.S. Negi, S.P. Singh and D. Kapoor, 2006. Captive breeding of endangered fish Chitala chitala (Hamilton-Buchanan) for Species conservation and sustainable utilization. Biodivers. Conserv., 15: 3579-3589.
49:   Sarkar, U.K., R.S. Negi, A.K. Pathak, S.K. Paul, V.S. Basheer and P.K. Deepak, 2002. Water bodies within samaspur bird sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh as aquatic sanctuaries-new record size of Gudusia chapra (Hamilton- Buchanan). Fish. Chimes., 22: 36-38.
50:   Sarkar, U.K., R.S. Negi, D. Kapoor, P.K. Deepak, S.K. Paul and A.K. Pathak, 2004. New record of Salmostoma bacaila (Hamilton-Buchanan) from the river Gerua, Katraniaghat wildlife sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh. Indian J. For., 28: 417-419.
51:   Sarkar, U.K., R.S. Negi, P.K. Deepak, S.P. Singh, S.M. Srivastava and D. Roy, 2005. Captive breeding of vulnerable Indian carp Cirrhinus reba with ovaprim for conservation of wild populations. Aquacult. Asia, 9: 5-7.
52:   Sarkar, U.K., R.S. Negi, P.K. Deepak, W.S. Lakra and S.K. Paul, 2008. Biological parameters of endangered Chitala chitala (Osteoglossiformes: Notopteridae) from some Indian rivers. Fish. Res., 90: 170-177.
53:   Sarkar, U.K., R.S. Patiyal and S.M. Srivastava, 2001. Successful induced breeding of vulnerable hillstream carp Labeo dyocheilus (McClelland) in Kosi river. Indian J. Fish., 48: 413-416.
54:   Sarkar, U.K., S.K. Paul, D. Kapoor, P.K. Deepak and S.P. Singh, 2006. Captive breeding of pangasid catfish Pangasius pangasius with Ovaprim-an attempt towards sustainable seed production and conservation of wild populations. Aquacult. Asia, 11: 8-10.
55:   Sarkar, U.K., S.K. Srivastava and P.C. Mahanta, 2006. Periphyton distribution in the microhabitat of Ladhiya stream, Kumaon Himalayas, Uttaranchal. Environ. Ecol., 24: 389-394.
56:   Singh, S.P, D. Kapoor and U.K. Sarkar, 2009. Assessment and inventory of Indian aquatic genetic resources: Collaboration and legislation. In: Fish Genetic Resources, W.S. Lakra, A.K. Singh and P.C. Mahanta (Eds.)., Narendra publishing house, Delhi, pp: 149.
57:   Sinha, R.K., R.K. Sinha, U.K. Sarkar and W.S. Lakra, 2010. First record of the southern sailfin catfish, Pterogoplichthys anisitsi Eigenmann and Kennedy, 1903 (Teleostei: Loricariidae), in India. J. Applied Ichthyol., 26: 606-608.
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58:   Srivastava, S.K., U.K. Sarkar and R.S. Patiyal, 2002. Method of fishing in the stream of Kumaon Himalayan Region of India. J. Asian Fish. Sci., 15: 347-356.
59:   Tyagi, L.K., U.K. Sarkar and S.K. Paul, 2007. People's perception about conservation of fishery resources outside the protected water bodies: A case study in Lakhimpur Khiri District. of U.P. Indian J. Extn. Edu., 7: 36-38.