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 or were suggested for me to read. Contact me if you have any interesting research papers to read.

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
Positive Psychology:
  • (2016) Using the PERMA Model in the United Arab Emirates
  • (2015) A multidimensional approach to measuring well-being in students: Application of the PERMA framework
Health & Food:
  • (2005) Glycaemic Index of Eight Types of Commercial Rice in Malaysia 
  • (2002) International Table of Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load Values: 2002
  • (1991) Normal plasma cholesterol in an 88-year-old man who eats 25 eggs a day. Mechanisms of adaptation.
Language Learning and Teaching:
  • (2012) Tracing the Benefits of Self Annotation in Genre-based Writing

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