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Biological oceanography of the Bay of Bengal
This paper highlights the various aspects of biological oceanography of the Bay of Bengal. These aspects include hydrographic conditions, productivity. Bay of Bengal presents many uniqueExpand
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On some interstitial copepods from the beach sands of waltair coast
The present paper reports the occurrence of twenty species of marine interstitital Copepoda from the beach sands of Waltair coast. Half of these are recorded for the first time from Indian waters.Expand
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Pollution effects on ecobiology of benthic polychaetes in Visakhapatnam Harbour (Bay of Bengal)
Rapid urbanization and industrialization of Visakhapatnam and construction of an outer harbour, restricting water flow, have markedly increased the organic load in the inner harbour. Studies of theExpand
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Organic pollution and Skeletonema Blooms in Visakhapatnam Harbour
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Some new interstitial gastrotrichs from the beach sands of waltair coast
The paper reports for the first time the occurrence of eleven new species of Gastrotrichs in the interstitial sands of Waltair beach. Ten of these belong to the order Macrodasyoidea and the other toExpand
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Species groups among pelagic tunicates in the western part of the Bay of Bengal
The tunicate species which frequently form part of each other's environment were assorted into groups by the use of an index derived from the corrected geometric mean of joint occurrence of pairs ofExpand
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On some archiannelids from the beach sands of Waltair Coast
The paper reports the occurrence of twelve species of Archiannelids in the interstitial sands of the Waltair beach. Of these, six European species are reported for the first time from Indian watersExpand
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Oxygen consumption in relation to body size in the barnacle, Balanus tintinnabulum tintinnabulum (L.).
Abstract 1. 1. The oxygen consumption and the metabolic rate of different sizes of Balanus tintinnabulum tintinnabulum was determined at a constant temperature of 25°C. 2. 2. The metabolic rateExpand
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Some new interstitial copepods from Waltair coast
The paper reports the occurrence of eight new species of harpacticoid copepods from the interstitial sands of Waltair coast. These belong to 7 genera. The description and distribution of these formsExpand
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Ecology of fouling bryozoans at Visakhapatnam harbour
Twelve species of bryozoans occur in the fouling communities at Visakhapatnam Harbour, of which the encrusting cheilostome-Electra bengalensis (Stoliczka) is by far the most common. The horizontalExpand
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