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Fauna of the mangrove ecosystem
(Paris: Unesco, 1984)
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 ...
Aquaculture in mangrove ecosystems of India: State of art and prospects
(Kolhapur: Shivaji University, 1985)
The mangrove vegetation spread over 0.35 million hactares accounts for less than 1/10th of the extensive coastal ecosystems of India. It's an experience that the coastal ecosystems which are intricately diverse are equally ...
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 ...
Biochemical composition of muscle tissue of penaeid prawns
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1984)
Biochemical composition of muscle tissue of females belonging to four species of penaeid prawns, viz. Metapenaeus affinis, M. dobsoni, Penaeus merguiensis and Parapenaeopsis stylifera, inhabiting the coastal waters of Goa, ...
Biological impact of mining on the coastal zone of Goa
(New Delhi: Indian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989)
Distribution of penaeid prawn larvae in the coastal waters of Goa
Larval and postlarval distribution of 4 commercially important penaeid prawns was studied in the coastal waters of Goa extending up to 40 m depth zone during Jan. - Dec. 1981. Larval stages of Metapenaeus dobsoni and ...
Macrofauna and meiofauna of two sandy beaches at Mombasa, Kenya
Macrofauna and meiofauna of 2 sandy beaches having medium and fine sand particles, respectively, were investigated, quantitatively Macrofauna density was highest around high water mark and progressively decreased towards ...
Growth of the Black Clam, Villorita cyprinoides (Grey) from Colvale river (Goa)
Average monthly growth in shell length was 1.66 mm in Villorita cyprinoides. Relationships of shell length/shell width and shell length/shell breadth showed linear pattern while those of shell length/shell weight and shell ...
Exploration and exploitation of marine living resources. A profile and projections upto the year 2000
(Goa: National Inst of Oceanography, 1982)