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Synechococcus as an indicator of trophic status in the Cochin backwaters, west coast of India
Eutrophication is a major problem in coastal water bodies. Information about the trophic status of water bodies will enable proper management of coastal ecosystems. In this regard, biological organisms which are sensitive ...
Inter- and intra-annual variations in the population of Tripos from the Bay of Bengal
(Current Science Association, 2017)
Tripos, a species-rich ubiquitous thecate dinoflagellate, serves as an excellent biological indicator of the water mass in the oceans. The inter- and intra-annual variations in the surface-water distribution of Tripos along ...
Benthic dinoflagellate blooms in tropical intertidal rock pools: Elucidation of photoprotection mechanisms
Intertidal rockpools (RPs), forming a ubiquitous component of rocky shores, are biologically rich ecosystems influenced by short-term (hours-days) and long-term (days-seasons) fluctuating environments. So far, studies on ...
Spatial distribution of dinoflagellates from the tropical coastal waters of the South Andaman, India: Implications for coastal pollution monitoring
Dinoflagellate community structure from two semi-enclosed areas along the South Andaman region, India, was investigated to assess the anthropogenic impact on coastal water quality. At the densely inhabited Port Blair Bay, ...