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Antarctic biology - Indian contributions and perspectives
(Delhi: Rajesh Publications, 1986)
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 ...
Growth of the green mussel, Perna viridis L., in a sea water circulating system
Growth of the green mussel, P. viridis L., was studied in a sea water circulating system for 12 months. The maximum growth rate was recorded during March - May, coinciding with the maximum abundance of phytoplankton. The ...
Biological monitoring for conversion of marine living resources along the Indian Coast - an uneasy experience
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
Studies on Antarctic Krill: I - length weight relationship in adult, Euphausia superba, Dana 1850
(Current Science Association, 1984)
Ecology of benthic production in the coastal zone of Goa
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Qualitative and quantitative differences in the spatial temporal distribution and production of benthic macrofauna in pre- and post-monsoon were observed and the differences are discussed in relation to the environmental ...
Sub-littoral meiobenthos of the northeastern Bay of Bengal
Of the 11 taxonomic groups represented, Nematoda followed by foraminifera and harpacticoida were dominant Meiofaunal abundance was more related to the texture of the sediment than variation in depth Population density ...
Distribution of sub-littoral meiobenthos off Goa Coast, India