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Seasonal Trends of Atmospheric PAHs in Five Asian Megacities and Source Detection Using Suitable Biomarkers
(Taiwan Association for Aerosol Research, 2017)
The most prevalent pollutant, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) is now plenteously distributed in the global atmosphere. We recently quantified 36 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) associated with aerosols ...
Biogeochemistry of methane in a tropical monsoonal estuarine system along the west coast of India
Estuaries are known to be important sources of methane (CH4) to the atmosphere. However, a lack of adequate field studies in understanding the sources/sinks of CH4 in estuaries hampers the global atmospheric budgeting. ...
Zooplankton distribution along salinity gradient in the Cochin Backwater before and after the monsoon
(Marine Biological Association of India, 1971)
Major biochemical constituents of some faunal components of the Cochin backwaters
Biogeographic distribution of extant Coccolithophores in the Indian sector of the Southern Ocean
Water samples from nine vertical profiles down to 110m water depth and 19 samples from the sea-surface were studied for coccolithophore abundance and distribution across oceanic frontal regions of the Indian sector of the ...
Effects of perivitelline fluid obtained from Horseshoe crab on the proliferation and genotoxicity of dental pulp stem cells
(Tehran: Royan Institute, 2015)
Perivitelline fluid (PVF) of the horseshoe crab embryo has been reported to possess an important role during embryogenesis by promoting cell proliferation. This study aims to evaluate the effect of PVF on the proliferation, ...
Large-Scale Fresh and Salt Water Exchanges in the Indian Ocean
Upper-ocean dynamics in the Northern Indian Ocean (NIO) depend on changes in the magnitude and location of the high salinity waters of the Arabian Sea and low salinity waters of the Bay of Bengal. The large sea surface ...
On the ecology of pelagic polychaetes newly recorded from Indian Ocean
(Cochin: IOBC/NIO, 1973)
Fouling organisms on fibreglass coated with hull of a boat in an estuarine environment
(Bombay Natural History Society, 1971)
Tumebacillus lipolyticus sp nov., isolated from river water
(Microbiology Society, 2015)
An aerobic, endospore-forming, alkali-tolerant, Gram-stain-positive, non-motile, rod-shaped bacterium, designated strain NIO-S10<sup>T</sup>, was isolated from a surface water sample collected from the Godavari River, ...