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Survival of the blaNDM-harbouring Escherichia coli in tropical seawater and conjugative transfer of resistance markers
Anthropogenic contamination of coastal-marine water is responsible for introducing multidrug-resistant bacteria such as the pNDM-harbouring Escherichia coli into the seafood chain. This study was conducted to understand ...
First record of cold-seep induced enhanced water column methane concentrations from the EEZ of India
A scientific expedition was carried out onboard RV Sindhu Sadhana (12th to 23rd February, 2020) for gas hydrate/cold-seep exploration in Mannar basin, northern Indian Ocean. We observed for the first time gas flares in the ...
Bioluminescence in aquatic and terrestrial organisms elicited through various kinds of stimulation
The term bioluminescence refers to a conspicuous light emission displayed by numerous aquatic and terrestrial organisms. This phenomenon has so far not been observed in several taxonomic groups like archaea, protista, ...
Crustal structure of the Gulf of Kachchh, northwest India
Analyses of the marine geophysical data collected in four oceanographic cruises during 1974-2008 inside the Gulf of Kachchh, northwest India was done, and geology and crustal structure were interpreted for the first time. ...
Impacts of variable nutrient stoichiometry (N, Si and P) on a coastal phytoplankton community from the SW Bay of Bengal, India
(Taylor and Francis, 2021)
The worldwide release of excessive nutrients (nitrogen [N], silicon [Si] and phosphorus [P]) into coastal waters is impacting phytoplankton growth and community structure. The coastal Bay of Bengal (BoB) is predicted to ...