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PHYLOGENY OF THE SEPIA PHARAONIS SPECIES COMPLEX (CEPHALOPODA: SEPIIDA) BASED ON ANALYSES OF MITOCHONDRIAL AND NUCLEAR DNA SEQUENCE DATA
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It is suggested that ‘S. pharaonis’ may consist of several species, but morphological work is needed to clarify species-level taxonomy within this complex. Expand
Cardiological Society of India: Position statement for the management of ST elevation myocardial infarction in India
Santanu Guha*, Rishi Sethi, Saumitra Ray, Vinay K. Bahl, S. Shanmugasundaram, Prafula Kerkar, Sivasubramanian Ramakrishnan, Rakesh Yadav, Gaurav Chaudhary, Aditya Kapoor, Ajay Mahajan, Ajay KumarExpand
Phylogeography of the pharaoh cuttle Sepia pharaonis based on partial mitochondrial 16S sequence data
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Evidence from morphology and reproductive biology suggests that Sepiapharaonis is actually a complex of at least three species, butylogenetic analyses including several Sepia species show that S. pharaonis sensu lato may not be monophyletic. Expand
Pathological manifestations of the acanthocephalan parasite, Tenuiproboscis sp. in the mangrove red snapper (Lutjanus argentimaculatus) (Forsskål, 1775), a candidate species for aquaculture from
The study describes the pathological manifestations of the acanthocephalan, Tenuiproboscis sp. in the mangrove red snapper, Lutjanus argentimaculatus, a highly valued food fish along the southwestExpand
Plastic debris in the stomach of a Longman's Beaked Whale, Indopacetus pacificus (Longman, 1926) stranded off Sutrapada, Veraval, Saurashtra coast, India
Longman’s beaked whale or the Indo- Pacific beaked whale (Indopacetus pacificus) is a rarely occurring whale with very poor information on sighting or stranding, though more common in westernExpand
Biology and fishery of cephalopods (mollusca: cephalopoda) along the Malabar coast
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Cephalopoda - the octopuses, squids and cuttlefishes - comprise one of the most significant components of marine life and are major food resources for many top predators such as whales, dolphins, seals, birds and large fish. Expand
Physiological and cellular responses to copper and mercury in the green mussel Perna viridis (Linnaeus)
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The physiological and cellular responses of mussels to copper and mercury were generally in the same direction, although mercury exposed mussels were comparatively less affected. Expand
Shellfish Poisoning
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If shellfish taken from the north-east coast of Britain in spring and summer continue to show the presence of toxin a permanent close season may need to be introduced and even then some form of monitoring ought to continue, as the toxicity found in three consecutive years emphasizes the need for constant vigilance. Expand
How environmental parameters influenced fluctuations in oil sardine and mackerel fishery during 1926-2005 along the south-west coast of India?
The south-west coast of India is one of the major upwelling systems of the world (Malabar upwelling zone) and contributes to nearly 30-50% of the total marine fish catch from India. Generally, theExpand
Fishery and stock estimates of the silver pomfret, Pampus argenteus (Euphrasen), landed by gill netters at Veraval.
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The fishery and population characteristics of silver pomfret Pampus argenteus (Euphrasen) caught by gillnetters off Veraval were studied and the Maximum Sustainable Yield was lower than the average annual catch indicating over-exploitation of the species. Expand
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