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Mortality, Exploitation Rate and Recruitment Pattern of Callinectes amnicola (De Rochebrune, 1883) from Okpoka Creek, Niger Delta, Nigeria
The motality, exploitation rate and recruitment pattern of Callinectes amnicola from Okpoka creek was studied from January-December 2007. Total mortality (Z) value was Z=5.19 yr^(-1), M=1.30 yr^(-1),
Some Physical and Chemical Characteristics in Okpoka Creek, Niger Delta, Nigeria
Some physical and chemical characteristics in okpoka creek was studied for one year. There was a long wet season stretching from April to October in and a dry season extending from November to March.
Benthic macro invertebrate fauna and physico-chemical parameters in Okpoka creek sediments, Niger Delta, Nigeria.
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The benthic macro invertebrate fauna and physico-chemical parameters in Okpoka creek sediments was studied for a period of one year and positive relationship exi sts between salinity and salinity, pH and temperature was strongly related with Ophidonais serpentine, Arenicola marina, Notomastus latreila and Tellina nymphalis.
The Composition, Ranking and Diversity of Callinectes amnicola (De Rochebrune, 1883) Food from Okpoka Creek, Niger Delta, Nigeria
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The composition, ranking and diversity of Callinectes amnicola food from Okpoka creek was studied for a period of two years and revealed high diversity in food intake.
The Composition in Different Size Groups and Index of Relative Importance (Iri) of Callinectes amnicola (De Rochebrune, 1883) Food from Okpoka Creek, Niger Delta, Nigeria
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The composition in different size groups, and index of relative importance of Callinectes amnicola food from Okpoka creek was studied for a period of two years and algae cells (46.9%) were most abundant in size group (10-19.9 mm) followed by 20-29.9mm and crab appendages (31.2%) were common in the stomachs of the larger size group.
Macrobrachium macrobrachion (Herklots, 1851) morphology and abundance in Luubara creek, Ogoni land, Niger Delta, Nigeria.
Macrobrachium macrobrachion morphology and abundance in Luubara creek, of Ogoni Land, in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria was studied for a period of two years (January, 2006 to December, 2007). It
The Recruitment Pattern of Liza falcipinnis from Elechi Creek, Upper Bonny, Niger Delta, Nigeria
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An all year round recruitment, with one high pulse arid a low pulse was established for the species and research should be carried out to ascertain the influence of environmental factors on the growth and recruitment of the species.
Comparative Impact of Moringa oleifera and Carica papaya Leaves Powder on Some Life Stages of Clarias gariepinus
This study determined the comparative impact of Moringa oleifera and Carica papaya leaves powder on some life stages of clarias gariepinus. 2,400 fry of Clarias gariepinus fish from the same stock
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