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Changes in the occurrance of hard substratum fauna: A case study from Mumbai harbour, India
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 2010)
Intensive sampling was carried out in the marine environment of Mumbai and Jawaharlal Nehru ports to investigate the composition of benthic sessile population on three different occasions during 2001 to 2002. This study ...
Stable isotopic analysis of Barnacle larvae and their faecal pellets to evaluate the ingested food
Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen are useful in the evaluation of food web dynamics and have been used extensively in the feeding studies. Barnacles are dominant component of the intertidal and bio-fouling communities. ...
Gut fluorescence analysis of barnacle larvae: An approach to quantify the ingested food
Gut fluorescence analysis can provide a snapshot of ingested food and has been employed in feeding studies of various organisms. In this study we standardized the gut fluorescence method using laboratory-reared barnacle ...