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Seasonality in meiofaunal distribution on a tropical beach at Balramgari, northeast coast of India
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1995)
Maximum density of meiofauna was recorded during the southwest monsoon season (June to September). The major part of the faunal group consisted of cladocerans (47%) followed by nematodes (15%) and harpacticoids (14%). None ...
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 2001)
Benthic organisms are sessile and sedentary in nature. True benthos can be divided into two groups - epifauna and infauna. They comprise major invertebrate phyla. Benthic organisms are separated into micro, meio, macro and ...
Studies on dimensional relationships in green mussel Mytilus viridis from two environments
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1978)
Effects of total solar eclipse on the behavioural and metabolic activities of tropical intertidal animals
(Trivandrum: University of Kerala, 1987)
To study the effects of total solar eclipse of 16th Feb. 1980, on the behaviour and metabolic activities of intertidal invertebrates - nematodes, gastropods and bivalves - having different habitat preference a set of ...
Length-weight relationship of Giant Oyster, Crassostrea gyphoides (Schlotheim)
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
Relationship between shell length and total weight, shell weight and meat weight of giant oyster, Crassostrea gryphoides revealed that the growth of these parameters is very fast and significant. It indicates the suitability ...
Macro and meiofaunal abundance in six sandy beaches of Lakshadweep islands
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 1990)
Bottom fauna of the Malacca Strait
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1981)
Bottom fauna of Malacca Strait (connecting the Indian Ocean with Pacific) in the depth range of 80 to 1350 m, is dominated by meiofauna which exceeds macrofauna by 12.5 times in weight and by more than 780 times in population ...