Effect of physico-chemical conditions on the structure and composition of the phytoplankton community in Wular Lake at Lankrishipora, Kashmir
It showed that the most important factors affecting phytoplankton distribution are water temperature, CO2, chloride, transparency, TDS, alkalinity and dissolved oxygen.
Zooplankton population in relation to physico-chemical factors of a sewage fed pond of Aligarh (UP), India
The water body is receiving domestic discharge leading to large amount of nutrient inputs and high amount of phosphate and nitrate in the water body indicates that water is eutrophic in nature.
Phytoplankton diversity at Watlab Ghat in Wular Lake, Kashmir
The present study on Wular Lake, located at a distance of 34 km from Srinagar city of Kashmir valley, was undertaken from March, 2007 to February, 2008 to study various limnological parameters…
Zooplankton population in relation to physico-chemical parameters of Lal Diggi pond in Aligarh, India.
- Uzma Ahmad, S. Parveen, Hesham R Abdel Mola, H. A. Kabir, A. Ganai
- Environmental ScienceJournal of environmental biology
- 1 November 2012
Physico-chemical parameters and zooplankton were assessed Lal Diggi pond from January to December, 2008 and Rotifera constituted the main dominant group in this pond contributing 44.89% of the total zoopLankton population.
Seasonal Variations in Water Quality Parameters of River Yamuna, India
With heavy industrialisation and expanding urbanisation, rivers are under threat worldwide. The freshwater that Indian rivers carry is often so severely polluted due to heavy pollution load of…
Diversity of Aquatic macrophytes of Aligarh, U.P. India
A B S T R A C T The study of the Diversity of Aquatic macrophytes being diverse, macrophytes have been grouped into three general categories, submerged: plants that primarily grow completely below…
Pesticide residues in Rita rita and Cyprinus carpio from river Ganga, India, and assessment of human health risk
Oxidative, biochemical and histopathological alterations in fishes from pesticide contaminated river Ganga, India
The gill and liver histopathological responses, although not reflecting specific contaminants, but can be used as biomarkers of environmental contamination.
Seasonal assessment of physicochemical parameters and evaluation of water quality of river Yamuna, India
The concentrations of toxic effluents released into freshwater aquatic environments are increasing day by day and affect the aquatic biota. The present study outlined the evaluation of…
Abandoning the ship: spontaneous mass exodus of Clinostomum complanatum (Rudolphi, 1814) progenetic metecercariae from the dying intermediate host Trichogaster fasciatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801)
- A. Rizvi, Md. Maroof Alam, S. Parveen, M. Saleemuddin, S. Abidi
- BiologyJournal of Parasitic Diseases
- 1 April 2012
The dramatic and spontaneous exodus of live Clinostomum Complanatum complanatum progenetic metacercaria from the gill slits of the dying intermediate host, Trichogaster fasciatus is reported, which is the first report of a digenean metACercariae leaving their intermediate host upon its death in search of an alternative host to support their survival and help in continuing their life cycle.