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Fauna of the mangrove ecosystem
(Paris: Unesco, 1984)
Population distribution of meiofauna in relation to some environmental features in a sandy intertidal region of Goa, west coast of India
Meiofauna population of Candolim beach mainly composed of nematoda (40.15), harpacticoida (30.75 per cent), turbellaria (23.35 per cent) and other groups which included polychaeta, bivalvia and mystacocardia. The maximum ...
Primary and extracellular production in the Andaman Sea
Some ciliates from the marine wood boring isopod Sphaeroma treubia
(Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, 1985)
Seven ectocommensalic ciliates, namely, Vorticella companula, Zoothamnium rigidum, Cothurnia gammari, Legenophrys cochinensis sp. nov., Epistylis gammari, Folliculina producta and Foliculina boltoni, all first-time recorded ...
Fungal activity in Mangalvan: an estuarine mangrove ecosystem
(Kerala: State Committee on Science, Technology and Environment, 1987)
This paper presents a systematic study of the fungal flora and their decaying activity in Cochin (India) and their possible role in nutrient regeneration in Mangalvan, a mangrove area of Cochin backwaters. Consequent to ...
Adaptations in phytoplankton to changing conditions in tropical estuaries
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1980)
Experimental studies on phytoplankton organisms from Cochin backwaters (a tropical estuary) have shown that many algal forms are adapted to changing conditions of salinity, light and nutrients. Photosynthesis in 12 species ...
Environmental status of the coastal marine environment of India
(Delhi: Narendra Publishing House, 1989)