References

1 . Technical guidelines on Aquaculture Certification. FAO of UN. Rome. 2011.
http://www.fao.org/3/a-i2296t.pdf

2 . Guidelines for regulating hatchery and farms for introduction of L.vannamei. CAA. 2009.
http://www.caa.gov.in/uploaded/doc/G.S.R302(E)30-04-2009.PDF

3 . FAO Fisheries Technical Paper no.444, Assessment and Management of seafood safety and quality. FAO of the UN, Rome, 2003.
http://www.fao.org/3/y4743e/y4743e00.html

4 . Health Management and biosecurity maintenance in white shrimp (Penaeus vannamei) hatcheries in Latin America. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, 450. 2003.
http://www.fao.org/3/a-y5040e.pdf

5 . Improving Penaeus monodon hatchery practices. Manual based on experience in India. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 446, 2007.
http://www.fao.org/3/a-a1152e.pdf

6 . List of hatcheries approved by CAA for L.vannamei seed production in India:
http://www.caa.gov.in/hatcheries_approved.html

7 . Genetic resources for micro organisms of current and potential use in Aquaculture.  Thematic background study.
http://www.fao.org/3/a-bt491e.pdf

8 . List of CAA approved suppliers of SPF L.vannamei and P.monodon broodstock.
http://www.caa.gov.in/uploaded/doc/Attention-Hatcheries%20Importing.pdf

9 . List of Antibiotics and other pharmacologically active substances banned for using in shrimp aquaculture in India.
http://www.caa.gov.in/uploaded/doc/Pharmacologically.pdf

10 . Maximum Permissible Residual Levels for Fish and Fishery Products.
http://www.caa.gov.in/uploaded/doc/PermissibleResidual.pdf

11 . The list of registered antibiotic – free aquaculture inputs that can be used in hatcheries/farms released by Coastal Aquaculture Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare, Govt of India.
http://www.caa.gov.in/Antibiotic.html

12 . ‘Dr.Loc’s key steps to antibiotic-free shrimp production’. Rob Fletcher. The Fish Site 13.9.2019
https://thefishsite.com/articles/dr-locs-key-steps-to-antibiotic-free-shrimp-production

13 . Antimicrobial resistance, trade, food safety and security. Anna George. One Health 2018 June:5:6-8
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5725214/

14 . ICAR-Capacity building programme by Agricultural Education Division, Antimicrobial resistance in fish and aquatic environment and its impact on human health, 2017. E book.
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15 . An overview of antimicrobial resistance in fish and aquatic systems, C N Ravishankar, Director, ICAR-CIFT.

16 . Antibiotics authorized and banned for use in aquaculture. S.Ezhil Nilavan, Scientist, MFB Division, ICAR-CIFT

17 . CRISPR: A silver bullet for tackling antimicrobial resistance, Dr. M. M. Prasad, Principal Scientist and Head MFB Division ICAR-CIFT-Kochi.

18 . Antibiotic Resistance Mechanisms. B. Madhusudana Rao, Principal Scientist, Visakhapatnam Research Centre of ICAR-CIFT, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh

19 . Impact of antibiotic residues in food on the host intestinal microflora and body physiology. Dr.T. V Sankar, Director of Research, Kerala University of Fisheries & Ocean Studies, Panagad, Kochi.

20 . Alternatives to Antibiotics Use in Aquaculture. P. Anand Kumar, Dept. of Veterinary Microbiology, NTR College of Veterinary Science , Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Gannavaram – 521 102 A.P.

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