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Egyptian society for water, aquaculture and environment, Central Laboratory for Aquaculture Research (CLAR), Agricultural Research Center (ARC), Giza, Egypt


Prof. Dr. Atef Ez-El-Rigal Ibrahim

(E. Mail: [email protected]) (Tel: 01096022052)

Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Shaker Abd El-Fattah

(E. Mail: [email protected]) (Tel: 01002663536)



Prof. Dr. Abd El_Fattah El-Sayed Prof. Dr. Fatma M. Abd El-razik
Prof. Dr. Gamal O. El-Naggar Prof. Dr. Mohamed F. Osman
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Marzouk Prof. Dr. Samir Ghoneim

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Abbassa International Journal for Aquaculture, Abbassa – Abou Hammad – Sharkia – Egypt. Tel.: 0020553401028 – Fax: 0020553400498


Abbassa International Journal for Aquaculture is Egyptian specific publication in aquaculture of the Egyptian society for water, aquaculture and environment. The journal is published in four volumes per year to include results of research in different aspects of aquaculture sciences. The journal publishes also special issues of advanced topics that reflect applied experiences of importance in aquaculture sector.


Abbassa International Journal for Aquaculture

Vol. 12 No. 1 (2019)


1. Effect Of Ginger On Some Hematological Aspects And Immune System In Nile Tilapia.

Elsayed A.M. Shokr And Mohamed E.M.



2. Effect Of Plant Biopsies Lactobacillus Plantarum Vsg3 Improves On Improve Resistance Of Freshwater Fish To Diseases.

Elsayed A.M. Shokr And Mohamed E.M.




3. Conductance Of Some Heavy Metals As Affected With The Application Of Rice Straw In Earthen Fish Ponds.

Naglaa I. M. Shalaby And Neima A. Ali.



4. Reproductive Biology Of European Sea Bass, Dicentrarchus Labrax (F. Moronidae) From Bardawil Lagoon, North Sinai, Egypt.

Kariman A. Sh. Shalloof And Attia A. O. El- Aiatt.




5. Effect Of Spinach (Spinacia Oleracea) Leaves Powder And Vitamin E On Growth Performance And Non- Specific Immune Response Of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus).

Hala F. Ayoub And Doaa K. Khames.





6. Causes Of Ulcerative Syndrome In Marine Fishes         And Trial To Control.

Walaa T. El-Ekiaby.



7. Effect Of Ammonia Stress On Growth, Hematological, Biochemical, And Reproductive Hormones Parameters Of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus).

Elsayed A.M. Shokr.




8. Effect Of Orange Peel Waste On Growth Performance And Feed Utilization Of Red Tilapia (Oreochromis Mossambicus X O. Niloticus) Fingerlings.

Abo El-Ward, A.; A.M. Eid A.E; Badia. A.A.; Elsayed. K. A; Hayam. D. Tonsy; Ragaa A. Ahmed And Fathy M. Abd-Elghany.





9. Evaluation Of Seasonal Changes Of Heavy Metal Accumulation In Water And Organs/Tissues Of Some Fish Species Inhabiting Lake Manzala, Egypt.

Islam M. El-Manawy; Ibrahiem M. Shaker; Mona H. Ahmed  And Mohamed M. Salama.





10. Using  Of Yucca Schidigera Extract (Yse ) Against Ammonia Toxicity At Different Stoking Density For Improvement Growth Performance And Physiological Status Of  Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus).

Adel M. Shalaby; El-Sayed A. Shoker; Mohamed  K. Khames; Doaa K. Khames;  Mohamed  M. Zenahm  And  Mohamed  E. Radwan.






11. Potentiality Of Chroococcus Minutes (Cyanophyta) And Chlorella Vulgaris (Chlorophyta) Isolated From Manzala Lake For Bioremediation Of Cadmium And Lead.

Ibrahiem M. Shaker; Islam M. El-Manawy; Mona H. Ahmed And Mohamed M. Salama.