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Meiobenthos of Saphala salt marsh, west coast of India
Benthic fauna of the salt marsh comprised 10 taxonomic groups, dominated by nematodes (63.9%), harpacticoids (18.5%), turbellaria (5.6%), crustacean nauplii (5.4%) and polychaetes (4.1%). The population density varied from ...
Effect of high organic enrichment of benthic polychaete population in an estuary
The benthic polychaete fauna of an estuarine region receiving domestic sewage and wastes from a nearby fish landing jetty was compared to that of a site having normal organic enrichment. The population density, biomass and ...
Biological impact of mining on the coastal zone of Goa
(New Delhi: Indian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989)
Studies on the regeneration in Macrostomum orthostylum (Braun) (Turbellaria: Macrostomida)
(Indian society for study of Animal Reprodction, 1985)
The regeneration process was observed in the laboratory cultured macrostomid turbellarian, @iMacrostomum orthostylum@@ Recovery of cut portions was very fast at the anterior region as compared to the posterior region The ...
Studies on Antarctic Krill: I - length weight relationship in adult, Euphausia superba, Dana 1850
(Current Science Association, 1984)
Meiofauna of some sandy beaches of Andaman Islands
Comparatively high meiofauna numbers were recorded from beaches having fine sand particles than those having coarse to medium sand particles The fauna was dominated mainly by nematodes (53.7%), harpacticoids (13.7%) and ...
Seawater circulating system in an aquaculture laboratory
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1983)
The note gives an account, for the first time in India, of an Aquaculture Laboratory with open type seawater circulating system developed at the National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India. Besides describing the details ...
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 ...