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Environmentally-related seasonal variation in symbiotic associations of heterotrophic dinoflagellates with cyanobacteria in the western Bay of Bengal
(Balaban Publishers, 2006)
In the western Bay of Bengal, some species of heterotrophic dinoflagellates recurrently show symbiotic associations with cyanobacteria (Synechococcus/Synechocystis). The occurrence of these associations is markedly higher ...
Seasonal variation of microzooplankton (20-200 mu m) and its possible implications on the vertical carbon flux in the western Bay of Bengal
Stratification (throughout the year) and low solar radiation (during monsoon periods) have caused low chlorophyll a and primary production (seasonal average 13-18 mg m sup(-2) and 242-265 mg C m sup(-2) d sup(-1), respectively) ...
Dominance of dinoflagellates in micro-zooplankton community in the oceanic regions of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea
(Indian Academy of Sciences, 2003)
Studies on microzooplankton, phytoplankton biomass (chlorophyll a) and production were conducted at five oceanic stations in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman sea onboard FORV Sagar Sampada during intermonsoon (March 2001). ...
Intense blooms of Trichodesmium erythraeum (Cyanophyta) in the open waters along east coast of India
(NISCAIR, CSIR, 2003)
Two blooms of Trichodesmium erythraeum were observed during April 2001, in the open waters of Bay of Bengal and this is the first report from this region. The locations of the bloom were off Karaikkal (10°58'N, 81°50'E) ...
Lack of seasonality in phytoplankton standing stock (chlorophyll a) and production in the western Bay of Bengal
The investigations in the western Bay of Bengal (BoB) during summer, winter and spring intermonsoon periods evidenced lack of pronounced seasonal variation in phytoplankton standing stock (chlorophyll a) and primary ...
Differential response of winter cooling on biological production in the northeastern Arabian Sea and northwestern Bay of Bengal
(Indian Academy of Sciences, 2004)
The northern parts of the twin seas bordering the Indian subcontinent, the Arabian Sea (AS) and Bay of Bengal (BOB), were studied during the winter monsoon. Higher biological production was observed in the AS (chlorophyll ...