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Coralline algae from the prang formation (middle-late Eocene) of the Lumshnong Area, Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya
The present paper records nine species of coralline algae from the Prang Formation of middle-late Eocene age from the Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya. The algae are associated with the larger foraminiferaExpand
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Coralline Algae from the Fulra Limestone (Middle Eocene) of Kachchh, Gujarat, Western India
Four species of coralline algae are recognised and described from the Fulra Limestone (middle Eocene). These include Sporolithon sp. 1 Bassi, 1998; Mesophyllum sp.; Phymatolithon sp. Rasser&Piller,Expand
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Rhodophycean algae from the Lower Cretaceous of the Cauvery Basin, South India
The present paper records eight Rhodophycean taxa from the Kallakudi limestone of the Uttatur Group (Lower Cretaceous) exposed in the quarries at Kallakudi and Olaipadi near Govindarajapatnam of theExpand
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New record of coralline algae from the Holocene sediments of Agatti Island, Lakshadweep, India
The present paper examines the coralline algal assemblage recovered from the Holocene sediments of Agatti Island, Lakshadweep, India. The assemblage comprises nine species of coralline algae whichExpand
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On Some Desmids from Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Nepal
The present work enumerates a total 26 desmids (Chlorophyta) from ponds and reservoirs in and around Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Nepal. They belong to 8 genera i.e. Closterium (4), Euastrum (4),Expand
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Diatom Flora of Western Uttar Pradesh, India.
The present paper deals with 57 Diatoms flora including 21 genera from different aquatic habitats of Western Uttar Pradesh, i.e. Saharanpur, Meerut and Ghaziabad districts. The 21 genera (with no. ofExpand
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Middle Eocene calcareous algae from Southwestern Kachchh, Gujarat
The Fulra limestone (middle Eocene) exposed in the areas around Jhadwa and Harudi villages, southwestern, Kachchh reveals presence of a rich assemblage of calcareous algae belonging to theExpand
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Seasonal Variation in Helminth Parasites of Snakeheads Channa Punctatus and Channa Striatus (Perciformes: Channidae) in Uttar Pradesh, India
Summary Snakehead fishes are widely consumed throughout South East Asia, China and India because of their good taste of meat and high nutrient values such as presence of prostaglandins, thromboxaneExpand
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