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Utilization of adult burrows by juveniles of the ghost shrimp, Callianassa japonica Ortmann: evidence from resin casts of burrows
(Carcinological Society of Japan, 1992)
Coastal aquaculture: Prospects and problems
(Int. Ocean Inst., Madras, India, 1996)
New record of mangrove clam Geloina erosa (Solander, 1786) from the west coast of India
(Bombay Natural History Society, 1994)
A mangrove clam @iGeloina erosa@@ was collected from Chorao, a deltaic island in the attachment of Mandovi Estuary, Goa, India. This is the new record from west coast of India
Role of salinity in structuring the intertidal meiofauna of a tropical estuarine beach: Field evidence
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1998)
Community structure of meiofauna was studied for 12 months (July 1991-June 1992) on an estuarine intertidal beach at Siridao, Goa (India). The temperature of the surf zone water ranged from 26.5 degrees to 30.7 degrees C; ...
Population characteristics of the mole crab, Hippa adactyla Fabricius, in the intertidal sediment at Kavaratti Atoll, Lakshadweep Islands
(Rosenstiel School of Marine Sicence, 1998)
Some population characteristics of a little known mole crab Hippa adactyla from the sandy intertidal habitat of Kavaratti atoll, Lakshadweep islands, were studied for understanding the resource potentials besides some ...
Overexploitation of marine living resources
(NIO, Dona Paula, Goa, 1994)
Limnology of freshwater lakes of Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica
(Indian National Science Academy, 1993)
Ten freshwater lakes in the Schirmacher Oasis, Antarctica, with water temperature varying from 1.0 to 7.9 degrees; dissolved oxygen from 10.4 to 13.8 mg l/1 and pH from 7.6 to 8.8, were studied biologically during ...
Population characteristics and mass culture of Macrostomum orthostylum Braun 1885 (Macrostomida: Turbellaria)
(Oxford and IBH, 1997)
Population characteristics and mass culture of a brackish water turbellarian Macrostomum orthostylum were studied in the laboratory. Adult M. orthostylum has a maximum length of 1.5 mm and can survive for a maximum period ...