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Spatio-temporal Variations in Bacterial Abundance with an Emphasis on Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Vibrio spp. in and around Visakhapatnam Port, East Coast of India
(UGM Press, 2020)
The ecological health of port environments, which are dynamic and hotspots of anthropogenic activities, can be analyzed using specific pathogenic bacteria as they provide definite evidence and source of pollution. The ...
Application of Fluorescence in situ hybridization-Flow cytometry (FISH-FCM) technique to detect and quantify Vibrio cholerae population from different geographic regions
(ASEAN Committee on Science and Technology (COST), 2018)
Rapid and species-specific detection, and quantification of pathogenic bacteria are fundamental for monitoring and assessment of the risk they pose to any ecosystem. The study employed Vibrio cholerae, a human pathogen ...
Interactions of bacteria with diatoms: Influence on natural marine biofilms.
(John Wiley & Sons, 2014)
Interactions between microfouling components influence the biofilm community and the cascading events, thus playing an important role in the biofouling process. Bacteria and diatoms are among the dominant forms reported ...
Effect of hydrodynamic cavitation on zooplankton: A tool for disinfection
Application of hydrodynamic cavitation for disinfection of water is gaining momentum, as it provides environmentally and economically sound options. In this effort, the effect of cavitating conditions created by differential ...
Short term response of plankton community to nutrient enrichment in central eastern Arabian Sea: Elucidation through mesocosm experiments
Oligotrophic waters (OW), generally favour longer food chain facilitated by the microbial loop. In such ecosystems, physical mixing (e.g. upwelling, and winter convection) inject nutrients and propagules from subsurface ...