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Comparison of physico-chemical parameters and zooplankton diversity in two perennial ponds at Aligarh, India.

@article{Parveen2013ComparisonOP,
  title={Comparison of physico-chemical parameters and zooplankton diversity in two perennial ponds at Aligarh, India.},
  author={Saltanat Parveen and Hesham R Abdel Mola},
  journal={Journal of environmental biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={
          709-16
        }
}
Investigations were carried out on the diversity of zooplankton in relation to physico-chemical parameters of two perennial ponds (Chautal Pond and Medical Pond) of Aligarh, India. Thirty nine species of holoplankton were identified belonging to copepoda (2 species), rotifera (28 species), cladocera (6 species) and protozoa (3 species). Other forms; like as meroplankton (insects) and tychoplankton (nematodes and ostracodes) were also recorded. Higher values of physico-chemical parameters and… 

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