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Land Use—Iron Pollution in Mangrove Habitat of Karachi, Indus Delta
The coastal area of Karachi, Pakistan, which lies at the northwestern part of the Indus delta, is heavily polluted particularly in the mangrove habitat. The present study traces the pathway of traceExpand
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Litter production in a mangrove stand of the Saudi Arabian red sea coast
Abstract The average daily production of litter in a mangrove stand located in the central part of the Saudi Arabian Red Sea coast, was estimated to be 2.16 g dry weight m−2 day−1 during 1986 and wasExpand
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Occurrence and toxicity of Amphidinium carterae Hulburt in the North Arabian Sea
Abstract The occurrence and toxicity of Amphidinium carterae Hulburt is hereby reported for the first time from the North Arabian Sea on the coast of Pakistan. The concentrations of 1.2 × 10 4  cellsExpand
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Population structure and dispersion pattern in mangroves of Karachi, Pakistan
Abstract Structural characteristics and dispersion patterns were studied in monospecific stands of the mangrove species Avicennia marina (Forssk.) Vierh. in Karachi, Pakistan. Tree density variedExpand
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EPIPHYTIC ALGAL BIOMASS ON PNEUMATOPHORES OF MANGROVES OF KARACHI, INDUS DELTA
The epiphytic algal biomass on pneumatophores of the grey mangrove Avicennia marina (Forssk.) Vierh., was estimated for the first time from the Indus Delta region during the northeast monsoon season.Expand
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Mangroves of Kalmat Khor, Balochistan.
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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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SEASONAL AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF CHLOROPHYLL a IN THE NORTH ARABIAN SEA BORDERING PAKISTAN
The average integrated chlorophyll a values for a 30-m deep surface layer in the North Arabian Sea bordering Pakistan ranged from negligible amounts to as high as 0.53 p.g chl. a r 1 (15.9 mg m" 2 )Expand
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Effect of seasonal variation on the anti-inflammatory activity of Sargassum wightii growing on the N. Arabian Sea coast of Pakistan
The polar and nonpolar extracts of the brown alga Sargassum wightii (Greville) J. Agardh, collected during winter (November–Expand
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