THE FISH AND FISH PRODUCTS (INSPECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL) ORDINANCE, 1983 (ORDINANCE NO. XX OF 1983).
An Ordinance to provide for inspection and quality control of fish and fish products.
WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for inspection and quality control of fish and fish products and for matters ancillary thereto;
NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of the Proclamation of the 24th March, 1982, and in exercise of all powers enabling …read more
THE PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION OF FISH ACT, 1950
(EAST BENGAL ACT NO. XVIII OF 1950).
An Act to provide for the protection and conservation of fish in 1[ Bangladesh].
WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the protection and conservation of fishes in 2[ Bangladesh];
It is hereby enacted as follows:-
Short title, extent and commencement
1. (1) This Act may be called the …read more
Map of Jessore District, Bangladesh (source: banglapedia.org)
Jessore is one of the largest towns of the country situated in the southwestern region of Bangladesh. It is bordered by Khulna and Satkhira District to the south; Magura and Narail to the …read more
Bangladesh is a riverine country and more than 700 rivers are present in this country (BFRI, 2007). In ancient time river was the main source of fishes from where people consume and mitigate their demand. Fishes bred and live in river without facing problems. There are four stock of Indian major carps are found in our …read more
Fish pox, or carp pox, is one of the oldest known diseases of fish, recorded as early as 1563. Fish pox is a chronic skin disease that occurs among several species of propagated cyprinids. It is also called carp pox, epithelioma papillosum, and papillosum cyprini.
Etiology: The etiological agent, of this disease is Herpesvirus cyprini which was first reported by B. Hofer in 1904.
Icosahedral DNA virus with …read more
Definition: Vibriosis is an enzootic disease of fish, recorded from all over the world. It is almost exclusively caused by halophilic vibrios of the species Vibrio anguillarum and rarely by Vibrio parahaemolyticus. It occurs among various fish species, predominantly in marine and brackish waters, and occasionally in fresh water. First described as red pest disease of eels. Now described as hemorrhagic lesions on the body surface of many marine fishes.
Selling of fish in Laxmipur market, Rajshahi
Fish market is a place inside or outside the country where the fishes and fish products which are of commercial importance are subjected to sale and it is a link between the trader and the consumers. These …read more