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Bacterial response to contrasting geochemistry in the sediments of central Indian Ocean basin
(Regional Research laboratory, Bhubaneswar, 2005)
The latitudinal differences in geochemical and physiographic nature could evoke varied biological/microbiological response in the deep-sea benthic ecosystem of the Central Indian Ocean. Sediment cores have been examined ...
Immobilisation of manganese, cobalt and nickel by deep-sea-sediment microbial communities
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)
Box core samples BC26 and BC36 from geologically different settings were examined to test the hypothesis that autochthonous microbial communities from polymetallic-nodule-rich Central Indian Basin sediments actively ...
Mixed response in bacterial and biochemical variables to simulated sand mining in placer-rich beach sediments, Ratnagiri, West coast of India
The influence of mechanical disturbance of sediment-akin to small scale mining on bacterial community and biochemical variables was investigated at Kalbadevi beach, Ratnagiri, a placer-rich beach ecosystem which is a ...