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Extinction risk assessment of the world’s seagrass species
The application of remote sensing to seagrass ecosystems: an overview and future research prospects
This review evaluates various methods employed to produce seagrass habitat maps using optical and acoustic remote-sensing (RS) techniques coupled with in situ sampling to highlight recent advances…
Distribution and significance of seagrass ecosystems in Malaysia
Information is given on the significant linkages of seagrasses with the coastal inhabitants and recommendations for the protection and conservation of this important ecosystem and the associated resources are suggested.
Net primary productivity of Bruguiera parviflora (Wight & Arn.) dominated mangrove forest at Kuala Selangor, Malaysia
Sugars, ascorbic acid, total phenolic content and total antioxidant activity in passion fruit (Passiflora) cultivars.
- Shiamala Devi Ramaiya, J. Bujang, M. Zakaria, W. S. King, Muhd Arif Shaffiq Sahrir
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of the science of food and agriculture
- 30 March 2013
Variation of the above variables in juices of Passiflora depends on the cultivar and ripeness, and main variables - °Brix, total sugar, glucose, fructose, ascorbic acid, TPC and TAA - formed the characteristics for the group comprising Purple and Yellow P. edulis.
Seagrass in Southeast Asia: a review of status and knowledge gaps, and a road map for conservation
- M. Fortes, J. L. Ooi, Yi Mei Tan, A. Prathep, J. Bujang, S. M. Yaakub
- Environmental ScienceBotanica Marina
- 27 June 2018
This review examines the known distribution, extent, species diversity, and research and knowledge gaps of seagrasses in Southeast Asia by biogeographic region of the Marine Ecoregions of the World (MEOW).
Reproductive biology of the sergestid shrimp Acetes indicus (Decapoda: Sergestidae) in coastal waters of Malacca, Peninsular Malaysia.
The sex ratio, maturity, and spawning season of the sergestid shrimp Acetes indicus were determined by analyzing samples collected from coastal waters of Klebang Besar, Malacca between Apr. 2006 and Mar. 2007, and suggests that A. indicus may be adapted to a wide range of conditions in tropical and subtropical regions.
Formation of periphyton biofilm and subsequent biofouling on different substrates in nutrient enriched brackishwater shrimp ponds
Development and growth of larvae of the dog conch, Strombus canarium (Mollusca: Gastropoda), in the laboratory
The larvae reached metamorphic competence at 17-23 d post-hatching, and only metamorphosed when settlement cues (sediments from its natural habitat and 15 mM KCI) were introduced, and no spontaneous metamorphosis was observed.
Age, growth, mortality and population structure of Strombus canarium (Gastropoda: Strombidae): Variations in male and female sub-populations
For sustainable utilization of the resource, serious efforts should immediately be taken in reducing the exploitation rates of S. canarium in the study area.