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Fluid chemistry in the Solitaire and Dodo hydrothermal fields of the Central Indian Ridge
Fluid chemistry and microbial community patterns in chimney habitats were investigated in two hydrothermal fields located at the Central Indian Ridge. Endmember hydrothermal fluid of the Solitaire…
In vitro culture as an aid to conservation of indigenous ferns: Diplazium proliferum
Results suggest efficient sterilization methods to be a crucial stage for successful in vitro in vitro generation of ferns.
Pharmaceutical Potential of Marine Fungal Endophytes
Multigene Phylogenetics and Morphology Reveal Five Novel Lasiodiplodia Species Associated with Blueberries
The diversity of plant pathogens on agriculturally and economically important plants is higher than anticipated and based on the morphological characterization and phylogenetic analyses of a concatenated ITS rDNA, tef1-α, TUB, and RPB2 loci, five new species of Lasiodiplodia are recognized.
Detection of heavy metals bio-accumulation in scombrids for the determination of possible health hazard
Inter-species variations with respect to elemental accumulations were not significantly different as compared to seasonal variations for the accumulation of chromium, zinc and lead.
Heavy metal bioaccumulation in commercial Lethrinidae fish species in Mauritius
- Bhanoo Saulick, V. Bhoyroo, N. Nazurally, B. Lalljee
- Environmental ScienceItalian journal of food safety
- 20 October 2017
Interspecies variations in levels of heavy metals and trace elements were observed for nickel and no significant variations occurred for mercury, lead and zinc.
Microalgae: the next best alternative to fossil fuels after biomass. A review
- Ritesh Bhagea, V. Bhoyroo, D. Puchooa
- Engineering, Environmental ScienceMicrobiology Research
- 11 March 2019
This review describes the production of transportation liquid biofuels from plant biomass and microalgae and information is provided on how the controversies related to plant biomass lead to the use of algal biomass.
Assessment of the physico-chemical quality and extent of algal proliferation in water from an impounding reservoir prone to eutrophication
- Mohun Ballah, V. Bhoyroo, H. Neetoo
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Ecology and Environment
- 10 January 2019
BackgroundPiton du Milieu (PdM) impounding reservoir is suspected to be eutrophic based on the elevated level of orthophosphate and nitrate. Water supplies from three adjacent rivers are primarily…
Morph-molecular characterization of Meira nicotianae sp. nov., a novel basidiomycetous, anamorphic yeast-like fungus associated with growth improvement in tobacco plant
Sequence analysis of the large subunit (LSU) rDNA gene indicates that the isolate represents a novel species and most closely related to Meira siamensis, and the phylogenetic analysis based on the Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) r DNA gene confirmed the placement of the novel species within Meira.
Multigene phylogenetic analyses to establish new Valsaria species and taxonomic significance of spore ornamentation
Multigene phylogenies based on combined LSU, ITS and RPB2 DNA sequence data generated from maximum likelihood, maximum parsimony and MrBayes analyses indicate that V. ostryae is basal to V. lopadostomoides and V. rudis and its establishment as a new species is strongly supported.