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A systematic account of the marine plankton diatoms of the Madras coast
  • R. Subrahmanyan
  • Environmental Science
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1 October 1946
Studies on the phytoplankton of the west coast of India
  • R. Subrahmanyan
  • Environmental Science
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1 October 1959
It is well known that net collection Of plankton made for quantitative studies on the standing crop does not give a correct picture, for lack of such data as quantity of water filtered, speed of haul
Studies on the phytoplankton of the west coast of India
  • R. Subrahmanyan
  • Environmental Science
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1 September 1959
As an arrangement of all the species each month during a period of five years according to their order of abundance would be a formidable task, in the text of the paper, the picture has been abridged
Phytoplankton organisms of the Arabian Sea off the west coast of India
Applied aspects of marine fisheries research have considerably suffered in India owing to the lack of a proper taxonomical appraisal of the minute plant organisms occurring in the water which are the
A new member of the Euglenineæ,Protoeuglena Noctilucæ gen. et sp. nov., occurring inNoctiluca miliaris suriray, causing green discoloration of the sea off Calicut
  • R. Subrahmanyan
  • Biology
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1 March 1954
TLDR
It is suggested that this euglenoid is a most primitive member of the Euglenineæ coming very close to the ancestral type from which the rest of theugenineæ have been derived.
MBAI Memoir No.2: The Dinophyceae of the Indian Seas Part I, Genus Ceratium schrank
TLDR
As the species of Ceratium are the most conspicuous elements in the sea water among the Dinophyceae, this genus is treated in the present part and the forms recorded earlier by workers in the Indian Ocean region are included here.
On the life-history and ecology of Hornellia marina gen. et sp. nov., (Chloromonadineae), causing green discoloration of the sea and mortality among marine organisms off the Malabar coast
There are many published accounts dealing with " red ", " yellow " and " pink " discoloration of the sea water, caused by the occurrence in swarms of micro-organisms, particularly members of the
Hydrography and plankton as indicators of marine resources
Available data on the standing crop of phytoplankton and zooplankton are presented for the Indian region and hydrographical factors such as upwelling, divergence, convergence, currents, nutrients
Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase Dimerization Is Required for Hydrolase Activity*
TLDR
It is shown that disrupting sEH dimerization may serve as a novel therapeutic strategy for reducing sEH hydrolase activity and the kinetics of sEH Dimerization found that the human R287Q polymorphism was metastable and capable of swapping dimer partners faster than the WT enzyme.
Genetically Encoding Albumin Binding into Chemotherapeutic-loaded Polypeptide Nanoparticles Enhances Their Antitumor Efficacy.
TLDR
In a murine and canine model, albumin-binding nanoparticles demonstrated lower uptake by the reticuloendothelial system (RES) system organs, the liver and spleen, that are the main target organs of toxicity for nanoparticulate delivery systems and higher uptake byThe tumor than naked micelles.
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