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Macrobenthos of the shelf off north eastern Bay of Bengal
An extensive survey (76,363 km super(2)) of shelf benthos along the north east coast of India revealed that the macrobenthic production is rich and is comparable with that of the west coast. The biomass and population count ...
Exploration and exploitation of marine living resources. A profile and projections upto the year 2000
(Goa: National Inst of Oceanography, 1982)
Environmental physiology of raft-grown mussels in Goa, India
Mussels (@iPerna viridis@@ L.) transplanted from a marine intertidal region and grown under water in the estuarine environment (on a floating raft) display a wide array of physiological adaptations in growth, osmoregulation ...
Effectiveness of formaldehyde in Caligus infection of laboratory reared grey mullet, Mugil cephalus (L)
Mortality due to infection by a copepod ectoparasite, Caligus bombayensis (R) was recorded in laboratory reared grey mullet. Spread of infection was rapid and most of infected fish died within 4 days and the entire batch ...
Sub-littoral meiobenthos of the northeastern Bay of Bengal
Of the 11 taxonomic groups represented, Nematoda followed by foraminifera and harpacticoida were dominant Meiofaunal abundance was more related to the texture of the sediment than variation in depth Population density ...
Abyssal benthos of the Central Indian Ocean
Quantitative studies of the abyssal benthos (3600 to 5300 m) of the central Indian Ocean show a rich fauna and high standing crops. Density of 3 meiofaunal and 12 macrofaunal taxa are large (2175 to 15233; chi = 6441 m-2). ...
Distribution of meiobenthos and macrobenthos at the mouth of some rivers of the East coast of India
Distribution of meio- and macrobenthos of muddy bottom deposits at the mouth of Krishna, Godavari, Mahanadi and Hooghly rivers was studied from replicate sampling Total meiofauna ranged from 226 animals/4.5 cm super(2) to ...