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Chemical oceanography of the Indian Ocean, North of the equator
Chemical oceanographic studies in the North Indian Ocean have revealed several interesting and unique features. Dissolved oxygen northern boundary, prevents quick renewal of subsurface reducing conditions prevail at ...
Inorganic nitrogen and nitrate reduction in the Arabian Sea
Concentration of inorganic nitrogen compounds within the euphotic zone is very low and it increases sharply in the thermocline layer. A steady decrease in the NO sub(3)-N occurs from south to north at intermediate depths. ...
Screening of some marine plants from the Indian coast for biological activity
(Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 1981)
Extracts of twenty five seaweeds from Indian coast have been put through a broad biological screen which includes tests for antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antiprotozoal, antifertility activities and a wide range of ...
Deep and bottom water characteristics in the Owen Fracture Zone, Western Arabian Sea
Hydro chemical studies at a station (10 degrees 34.l'N,56 degrees 31,7'E) in the Owen Fracture zone reveal an active movement of bottom water as approx 75 m thick, cold, low-salinity layer. Silicate profile exhibits a broad ...
Bioactivity of the extracts from some marine animals of the Indian coast
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Twenty six species of marine animals from Indian coast were extracted with aqueous ethanol and the extracts were subjected to a broad-based biological screening including the tests for antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, ...
Denitrification in the Arabian Sea
Estimates of the amount of denitrification in the Arabian Sea are inconsistent, and so two methods of calculations of 'original' nitrate concentrations used in earlier studies have been reviewed. Nitrite at intermediate ...