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Spatial Variation and Community Composition of Phytoplankton along the Pahang Estuary, Malaysia
The aim of this study was to examine the phytoplankton patchiness, as expressed by community composition and their diversity during the monsoon and Non-monsoon seasons along the Pahang estuary,Expand
Food partitioning among fishes in Pahang River-estuary, Malaysia
A study was conducted on the food resource partitioning among fish species in Pahang River-estuary from 2010-2013 during pre-monsoon and post-monsoon period. The area was divided in three strataExpand
Studies of decapods diversity are important to understand the species composition in a particular habitat. However, this information is very minute in Pahang estuaries area. This study wasExpand
Morphological Variations of Plicofollis Species (Siluriformes: Ariidae) in Peninsular Malaysia: An Insight into Truss Network Approach
Ariid catfishes, belong to family Ariidae is considered as one of the taxonomically problematic groups, which is still under review by fish taxonomist globally. Species level identification of someExpand
Genetic Variation of Wild and Hatchery Populations of Climbing Perch, Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792), in Peninsular Malaysia
In order to increase the production of Anabas testudineus, selective breeding can be implemented to produce better performing stock. To initiate a successful selective breeding program, geneticExpand
Genetic diversity of the orange-spotted grouper (Epinephelus coioides) in Terengganu Malaysia based on mitochondrial cytochrome b sequence data
Orange-spotted groupers (Epinephelus coioides) are marine fish which can be found in the state of Terengganu (in Malaysia) and are economically important. Overfishing and fish farmers’ dependency onExpand
Macrobenthic diversity and community composition in thePahang Estuary, Malaysia
The Pahang estuary is known to be one of the most productive natural ecosystems in Malaysia and provides food for a variety of organisms. Unfortunately, many species are increasingly threatenedExpand
Morphological discriminations of arius species (siluriformes: ariidae) in Peninsular Malaysia using Truss network approach
Ariid catfishes, belongs to family Ariidae is considered as one of the taxonomically problematic group and still under review by fish taxonomist globally. A vigilant and detail observation isExpand