CURRENT ISSUE: Mar 2024, Vol. 27 , No. 3

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    Exacanthomysis marsailiae and Nipponomysis neolingvura, two new species of mysid (crustacea: mysida: mysidae) from the east coast of Korea
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    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2024.e14

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    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2024.e16

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    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2024.e17

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    Fish Aquat Sci 2024;27(3):180-194.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2024.e18

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    The preying capacity of mud crab (Scylla tranquebarica Fabricius, 1798) on live amphipods (Grandidierella megnae Giles, 1888)
    Fish Aquat Sci 2024;27(3):195-205.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2024.e19

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    Recent changes in the phytoplankton community of Soda Lake Chitu, Ethiopia, in response to some environmental factors
    Fish Aquat Sci 2024;27(1):23-34.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2024.e4
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    Current fishery status in Ethiopian reservoirs: challenges and management
    Fish Aquat Sci 2023;26(5):305-317.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2023.e26
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    Bioactive peptides-derived from marine by-products: development, health benefits and potential application in biomedicine
    Fish Aquat Sci 2022;25(7):357-379.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2022.e33
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    Mitochondrial DNA-based investigation of dead rorqual (Cetacea: Balaenopteridae) from the west coast of India
    Fish Aquat Sci 2024;27(1):48-55.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2024.e6
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    Eco-environmental assessment in the Sembilan Archipelago, Indonesia: its relation to the abundance of humphead wrasse and coral reef fish composition
    Fish Aquat Sci 2023;26(12):738-751.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2023.e66
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    Antibacterial activity and toxicity of Halymenia durvillei red seaweed from Kayangan island, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
    Fish Aquat Sci 2022;25(8):417-428.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2022.e38
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    Evaluation of shrimp protein hydrolysate and krill meal supplementation in low fish meal diet for red seabream (Pagrus major)
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    Assessment of genetic diversity among wild and captive-bred Labeo rohita through microsatellite markers and mitochondrial DNA
    Fish Aquat Sci 2023;26(12):752-761.
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    Microplastic pollution in two industrial locations of the Karnaphuli River, Bangladesh: insights on abundance, types, and characteristics
    Fish Aquat Sci 2023;26(12):715-725.
    https://doi.org/10.47853/FAS.2023.e64
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    Bioactive secondary metabolites in sea cucumbers and their potential to use in the functional food industry
    Fish Aquat Sci 2023;26(2):69-86.
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    Biological activity of peptides purified from fish skin hydrolysates
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    Butyrate and taurine exert a mitigating effect on the inflamed distal intestine of European sea bass fed with a high percentage of soybean meal
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    Food-borne outbreaks, distributions, virulence, and antibiotic resistance profiles of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in Korea from 2003 to 2016: a review
    Fish Aquat Sci 2018;21:3
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    Biological activities and biomedical potential of sea cucumber (Stichopus japonicus): a review
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    Nutrients and bioactive potentials of edible green and red seaweed in Korea
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    Editors-in-Chief

    You-Jin Jeon is a Professor in the Faculty of Marine Biomedical Science at Jeju National University in Korea. He has received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Pukyong National University and conducted his postdoctoral research studies at Department of Biochemistry, Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada and at Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science, University of Alberta in Canada. Prof. Jeon served as the director of Marine and Environmental Research Institute in Jeju National University, and currently a Technical Director of Aqua Green Tech Co. Ltd. and a member of the Korean Academy of Science and Technololgy. His main research interests include marine biomass to develop functional food materials for human and marine animals, biomedical materials and marine cosmeceutical materials. He has published more than 300 international manuscripts and has registered about 40 patents regarding those research areas.

    Jung Hwa Choi is a Senior Scientist in Jeju Fisheries Research Institute at National Institute of Fisheries Science in Korea. He has received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Pukyong National University and conducted his postdoctoral research studies at Pacific Biological Station in Canada. Dr. Choi served as internship program of North Pacific Marine Science Organization in Canada, and as program manager of KOICA ODA program for Algerian fisheries development. Currently he served as editor of Ocean Science Journal. His main research interests include fisheries resource survey, fish population dynamics and fisheries management in Korean marine ecosystem. He has published more than 200 domestic and international manuscripts and has registered about several patents regarding those research areas.

    Han Kyu Lim is a Professor in the Marine and Fisheries Resources Department at Mokpo National University in Korea. He has received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Pukyong National University and conducted his postdoctoral research studies at School of Aquaculture, University of Tasmania in Australia. He had worked at the National Institute of Fisheries Science for 13 years. Prof. Lim served as the director of Smart aquafarm Convergence Research center in Mokpo National University, and currently a member of the World Aquaculture Society, the Malacological Society of Korea, the Korean Society of Developmental Biology, the Korean Society of Fisheries and Aquatic Science. His main research interests include endocrinology, reproductive physiology and cryopreservation for marine animals. He has published more than 100 manuscripts and has registered about 10 patents regarding those research areas.

    Suengmok Cho is a professor in the Faculty of Food Science and Technology at Pukyong National University in Korea. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Pukyong National University, and received Ph.D. degree from the Department of Applied Biological Chemistry at The University of Tokyo in Japan. He worked as a principal research scientist at Korea Food Research Institute (2006-2018). His major research area includes seafood processing technology, development of functional foods from marine resources and neuropharmacological effects of foods and natural products. He has published more than 80 research articles and registered 50 patents. For the first time, the functional food with sleep-promoting effects developed by him was approved by KFDA.