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Zooplankton characteristics of the coastal ecosystem off Bombay, India
(Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, 1998)
The nearshore waters of Bombay sustain a rich and diverse zooplankton fauna. Continuous observations for a period of 15 months indicated a variation from 0.4 to 19.9 mg C.m sup(3) (av. 4.3 mg C.m sup(-3)) in zooplankton ...
Bio-accumulation of copper, zinc, iron and manganese in oyster Saccostrea cucullata, Snail Cerithium rubus and Clam Tellina angulata from the Bombay coast
(Coastal Research Foundation, 1992)
Metal content was determined in three groups of molluscs - an oyster Saccostrea cucullata, snail Cerithium rubus and clam Tellina angulata from three sites along the Bombay Coast. Seasonal difference in copper content was ...
Fishery potential of the Thana - Bassein creek system
(Indian Fisheries Association, 1990)
Phytoplankton characteristics in a polluted Bombay Harbour-Thana-Bassein creek estuarine complex
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1998)
Annual variations in phytoplankton characteristics were studied from Bombay Harbour-Thana creek-Bassein creek (BHTCBC) estuarine confluence to assess the levels of pigment concentration, productivity and, qualitative and ...
Breeding and growth of chaetognaths in the Cochin backwaters
(Cochin: IOBC/NIO, 1973)
Variability in distribution of chaetognaths in the Arabian Sea
Microdistribution of zooplankton in the neustonic realm of the eastern Arabian Sea during southwest monsoon
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 1992)
During the southwest monsoon season of 1987, the zooplankton distributions in the neustonic realm (upper 50 cm) of the eastern Arabian Sea were studied and compared with those in the water column. The upper microlayer ...
Biochemical composition of Sagitta bedoti and other zooplankton organisms from an estuarine area
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1975)
Ecology of phytoplankton from Dharmatar Creek, west coast of India
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1998)
Phytoplankton pigment, cell count and species diversity wee studied at five locations in Dharamtar Creek during September 1984 to November 1985. Chemical parameters indicated a healthy system free of any environmental ...
Unusual thickening of collarette in Sagitta bedoti (Chaetognatha) from the polluted environments of Bombay coast
(NISCAIR, New Delhi, 1992)
Sangitta bedoti dominated the chaetognath fauna of the nearshore waters of Bombay. S. bedoti from the polluted creek environments developed an unusually bulky collarette which extended from the neck to the seminal vesicles. ...