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The green marine algae of Libya
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Infant and child mortality in Egypt.
A rigorous analysis of the findings of previous surveys and studies was conducted to develop a cohesive picture of infant and child mortality levels trends and differentials in Egypt. During 1975-80Expand
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Studies on thc Genus Caulerpa from Karachi
In t roduc t ion Karachi is shuated on the northern part of the Arabian Sea and has long been neglectedfromthe algal point of view. It is very surprising that evenduring theBritish period in India noExpand
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Studies of the Marine Algae from Pakistan: Ulvales
The present paper describes the morphology» taxonomy and ecology of the order Ulvales occuring along the coast of PakistanThere are 15 taxa in the order. 8 belonging to Ulva and 7 to Enteromorpha. AExpand
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The Occurrence and Morphology of Sargassopsis gen. nov. (Phaeophyta, Fucales) in Southern Oman
During surveys of the southern Oman (Dhofar) coast, a large Sargassum-like fucalean alga was abundant in parts of the shallow sublittoral (0-9 m below Chart Datum). This plant showed pronouncedExpand
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Two most abundant species of Ulva and Enteromorpha from coast of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
The present paper reports mass occurrence of two algal species Ulva grandis Saifullah and Nizamuddin and Enteromorpha intestinalis (Linnaeus) Link in a protected coastal area in Jeddah, heavilyExpand
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Studies on Marine Algae of Karachi: Dictyopteris Lamouroux
Studies of the marine algae of Karachi coast have brought to light some plants which have revcaled the occurrence of species far outside of their known ranges. In literature hardly there is anyExpand
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Studies on the Marine Algae of Paros and Sikinos Islands, Greece
The morphology and taxonomy of marine flora of Greece are little known. REINBOLD (1898) and SCHMITZ (1878) have made a few contributions in this field from Greece. Later DIANNELIDIS (1952) andExpand
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