Research Papers to Read

I always love to read research papers from different domains. Why we need to read research papers? Instead of inconclusive anecdotal research like case report, we need to understand the state-of-art and the community of the scientific research in particular area. Furthermore, reading is how you gain knowledge in your quest for lifelong learning.

For a start, these are a few relevant guidelines on how to read a research paper.

Below are the list of research papers that caught my attention.

Fisheries & Aquaculture:
  • (2017) Fruit Fly Maggots as Alternative Feed to Improve Siamese Fighting Fish (Betta splendens) Fecundity, Eggs Hatchability and Fry Survivability
  • (2016) Differences in Reproductive Behavior between Spawning and Non-Spawning Zebrafish Pairs and the Effects of 17α-Ethinylestradiol (EE2)
  • (2014) The Study of Different Foods on Spawning Efficiency of Siamese Fighting Fish (Species: Betta splendens, Family: Belontiidae)
  • (2013) Captive Breeding of Anabas testudineus (Climbing Perch) under Semi-artificial Conditions for the Mass Production of Fish Seed for Conservation and Aquaculture
  • (1955) Aggresive Behavior Among Females of The Siamese Fighting Fish, Betta Splendens

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