Geetanjali Deshmukhe

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Silonia silondia is a commercially important food fish. Samples collected through commercial catches from four rivers in India are described by sequence analysis of two molecular markers. Cytochrome b (1140 bp) and ATPase 6/8 (842 bp) genes were analyzed, which represented high level of genetic differentiation within populations of S. silondia. The sequence(More)
The stock characterization of wild populations of Silonia silondia is important for its scientific management. At present, the information on genetic parameters of S. silondia is very limited. The species-specific microsatellite markers were developed in current study. The validated markers were used to genotype individuals from four distant rivers. To(More)
A study was carried out to assess the biodiversity status of the intertidal region of rocky shore of Bandstand (Bandra), Mumbai. Among 42 species recorded, Euchelus asper was maximum in density during December (123/m2). However, maximum biomass was recorded for Nerita oryzarum in November (146.94 g/m2). ANOVA revealed no variation in the occurrence of(More)
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