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Response of sedimentary nucleic acids to benthic disturbance in the Central Indian Basin
(Taylor and Francis, 2005)
Information on the response of nucleic acids (i.e., DNA and RNA) to simulated benthic disturbance was obtained from samples collected from eight sediment cores (0-10 cm) located in the Central Indian Basin (CIB). In general ...
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 ...
Effects of composition of labile organic matter on biogenic production of methane in the coastal sediments of the Arabian Sea
Coastal regions are potential zones for production of methane which could be governed by ecological/environmental differences or even sediment properties of a niche. In order to test the hypothesis that methanogenesis in ...
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 ...