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Thraustochytrid and fungal component of marine detritus. IV. Laboratory studies on decomposition of leaves of the mangrove Rhizophora apiculata blume
Abstract The role of thraustochytrid protists and fungi in detrital dynamics of leaves of the mangrove Rhizophora apiculata was investigated in the laboratory. Field detritus of different ages (0, 4,Expand
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Thraustochytrid and fungal component of marine detritus. III. Field studies on decomposition of leaves of the mangrove Rhizophora apiculata
The sequence of colonisation, densities and biomass of fungi, thraustochytrid protists and bacteria during decomposition of leaves of the mangrove Rhizophora apiculata Blume, as well as theExpand
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Zooplankton diversity of Loktak Lake, Manipur, India
Zooplankton communities of Loktak Lake showed rich and speciose biocoenosis (162 and 142 species), high monthly richness (91 plus or minus 13 and 80 plus or minus 10 species) and by higherExpand
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OBSERVATIONS ON THE LONGEVITY, INSTAR DURATIONS, FECUNDITY AND GROWTH IN ALONELLA EXCISA (FISCHER) (CLADOCERA : CHYDORIDAE)
Alonella excisa (Fischer) passed through 2 pre-adult and 26 adult instars and indicated mean longevity of 73.4 days under laboratory conditions (at 19° - 23° C). The gravid instars exhibited uniformExpand
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Biodiversity of Rotifera in some tropical floodplain lakes of the Brahmaputra river basin, Assam (N.E. India)
One hundred and sixteen species of Rotifera are recorded from seven floodplain lakes of the Brahmaputra basin (northeastern India), the highest rotifer biodiversity recorded from these biotopes inExpand
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Northeast India: An important region with a rich biodiversity of Rotifera
This study extends our previous work to investigate the planktonic rotifers of floodplain lakes (locally called as beels or pats) of Northeast India (NEI) and reviews the known rotifer diversity fromExpand
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Thraustochytrid and fungal component of marine detritus II. Laboratory studies on decomposition of the brown alga Sargassum cinereum J. Ag.
Abstract The potential role of thraustochytrids and fungi in detrital dynamics of the brown alga Sargassum cinereum J.Ag. was investigated in the laboratory. Field detritus of 0, 7, 14, 21 and 28Expand
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