5 edition of Zooplankton diversity in floodplain lakes of Assam found in the catalog.
Zooplankton diversity in floodplain lakes of Assam
Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-307).
|Statement||Sumita Sharma and B.K. Sharma ; edited by the Director, Zoological Survey of India.|
|Series||Records of the Zoological Survey of India -- Occasional paper no. 290|
|Contributions||Sharma, B. K. 1952-, Zoological Survey of India.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 307 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||2009341935|
zooplankton diversity In various parts of India, several studies have been carried out by researchers on zooplankton specific to fresh water lake ecosystems, but there are very few studies related to dry land aquatic ecosystems where conduc ted. Keeping this in view, the present study was undertaken to explore the diversity of. Culture of the zooplankton as fish food: observations on three freshwater species from Assam, India 1Sulata Kar, 1Papia Das, 1Uma Das, were considered post segregation from assorted species of the zooplankton collected from the ox-bow lakes. During the summer of , as a part of the laboratory studies,File Size: KB.
In the Mediterranean region, shallow lakes will be more saline in the future (Beklioğlu et al., ). Kaya et al. () argued that rotifers’ species richness increases with salinity up to a subsaline limit, contrary to other literature. Bonecker et al. () showed that zooplankton diversity followed temporal dynamics in response to local. to December The diversity and population dynamics of zooplankton is under the control of numerous physic-chemical factors, pollution influence, etc. A study revealed that 28 species of zooplanktons belonging to five major groups were observed. Highest zooplankton populations were recorded in November and December. —Diversity.
The phytoplankton and zooplankton are always inversely proportional in an aquatic environment because the zooplankton feed on the phytoplankton. Thus density of phytoplankton is directly correlated with fishery potentiality of an aquatic ecosystem (Qasim, ). In the present study main focus has been on the species composition. M Dhanasekaran, P Saravana Bhavan, N Manickam and R Kalpana. Physico-chemical characteristics and zooplankton diversity in a perennial lake at Dharmapuri (Tamil Nadu, India). Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies. ; 5(1): Cited by: 2.
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Zooplankton diversity in floodplain lakes of Assam. Records of the Zoological Survey of India, Occasional Paper No. + 28 plates Book November with Reads. zooplankton diversity in a freshwater lake of cachar, assam 1 Sulata Kar and 2 Devashish Kar 1,2 Department of Life Science and Bio-informat ics, Assam University, Cachar, Assam.
Citation: Sharma BK, Hatimuria MK () Zooplankton Diversity of Three Floodplain Lakes (Beels) of the Majuli River Island, Brahmaputra River Basin of Assam, Northeast India. J Aquac Mar Biol 6(1): DOI: /jamb Zooplankton Diversity of Three Floodplain Lakes (Beels) of the Majuli River Island. Diversity and abundance of zooplankton in a temple pond, Barak valley, Assam Papia Das, Devashish Kar International Journal of Environmental Sciences Volume 6 No.6 Species composition and diversity of zooplankton During the study period, Rotifera group was reported to be dominant among all other zooplankton.
Phytoplankton of three floodplain lakes (beels) of the Majuli River Island of upper Assam, northeast India (NEI), sampled during September –Augustrevealed rich diversity ( species) with Ghotonga > Holmari ≥ Bhereki beels; richness of Chlorophyta and of Cosmarium > Staurastrum > Euastrum in particular.
The monthly richness and community similarities Author: Bhushan Kumar Sharma, Mrinal Kumar Hatimuria. Rec. zool. Surv. India, 98(Part-3):SPECIES COMPOSITION OF ZOOPLANKTON IN A TROPICAL FLOODPLAIN LAKE, ASSAM (N. INDIA) B. SHARMA, SUMITA SHARMA I AND MD. HUSSAlN2 Department of Zoology, North-Eastern Hill University, Umshing, Shi/long - File Size: KB.
Abstract. 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 in the Indian subcontinent to by: In this study, we tested the hypothesis that in floodplain lakes connected to a primary river with regulated flow, the zooplankton composition is maintained by the species found in lakes connected to preserved tributaries.
Zooplankton were sampled from 23 lakes connected to the Paraná, Ivinhema and Baía Rivers on the floodplain of the Upper Paraná by: Diversity of Zooplankton in River Siang of Arunachal Pradesh, India Floodplain lakes are common features of the river systems in North East India.
The floodplain lake of Assam is a highly productive system producing around kg ha1yr from Indian reservoirs .
The floodplain lakes form an important. Zooplankton diversity of two floodplain lakes (pats) of Manipur, northeast India B. SHARMA 1 Abstract. Plankton samples collected (November, – October, ) from Waithou and Utra pats, two floodplain lakes in Manipur state of northeast India, revealed species rich zooplankton ( species) with diverse nature of Rotifera (75 species).
It deals with the total zooplankton diversity and seasonal variation of river Kavery. The qualitative samples observed from the study site showed an annual species diversity of 48 species. Out of species belonged to Protozoa, 15 to Rotifera, 16 to Cladocera, 06 to Copepoda and 02 to maximum zooplankton species(45).
investigations in the floodplain lakes (pats) of Manipur. The observations are made on temporal variations in richness, community similarities, abundance, species diversity, dominance and evenness of zooplankton of this important floodplain lake, a Ramsar site of India.
In addition, theCited by: 7. Biodiversity of freshwater zooplankton and physico-chemical parameters of Barur Lake 2 1. INTRODUCTION The zooplankton is fundamental character in the significance of an aquatic ecosystem and plays a key role in the energy transfer.
Freshwater zooplankton plays an important role in ponds, lakes and reservoirsFile Size: KB. Zooplankton Diversity of a freshwater perennial pond in Silchar city of Assam, India 1Sulata Kar, Study area: Malini beel, a floodplain wetland is located at Cachar district of Assam.
It lies between 24°49´˝N and 92°46´˝E. reported highest abundance percentage of rotifera over other groups of zooplankton in Sat Beel.
Kar S and Kar D () Zooplankton Diversity of a freshwater Pond in a Cachar district of Assam, India, International J. of Life Sciences, 4(1): Acknowledgement: First author is very much thankful to the Department of Life Science and Bio-informatics, Assam University, Silchar for providing the laboratory.
Despite the high species diversity of floodplain zooplankton (Baranyi et al., ) only a few species are significant.
Within the early ‘rotifer’ period Synchaeta oblonga and S. pectinata colonize the water body first and exert grazing pressure on algae of a distinct size by: aquatic vegetation (Van den Brink et al., ). Plankton diversity in semi-isolated floodplain lakes, natural river-floodplain systems are considered to be hot spots of biodiversity (W ard et al., ), due to the variability in hydrology and disturbances of the lentic, lotic and semi-aquatic habitat types present.
When. Zooplankton Diversity and Seasonal Variation of Three Lakes in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India R. Manikandan1, S. Selvakumar2, S. Kalaichelvi3and N. Ezhili4* 1Dept. of Biotechnology; 2Dept. of Microbiology, Sri Ganesh College of Arts and Science, Salem, TN, IndiaFile Size: KB.
Research Article. Diversity of Zooplankton in River Siang of Arunachal Pradesh, India Biplab Kumar Das 1 * and Devashish Kar 2. 1 Department of Life Science and Bioinformatics, Assam University, India. 2 Department of Life Science and Bioinformatics and School of Life Sciences, Assam University, India.
Submission: Septem ; Published: Octo Author: Biplab Kumar Das. Flood impulse, nutrient and plankton dynamics of a floodplain lake, Chatla Haor in Barak Valley of Assam, North-East India, Ph.
Thesis, Assam University, Silchar, Assam, India. [Google Scholar] Laskar H.S. and Gupta S., Phytoplankton diversity and dynamics of Chatla floodplain lake, Barak Valley, Assam, North Eastern India-a seasonal Cited by: 9. zooplankton diversity of the floodplain lakes of northeastern India.
The present study attempts to document invertebrate diversity of Deepor Beel-one of the largest floodplain lake of the Brahmaputra river basin of Assam and an important wetland ofFile Size: 5MB. Khan R.A.().The ecology and faunal diversity of two oxbow lakes of southwestern west BengalRecord Zoological survey of India,occasional paper no  Khan R.A.().
Faunal diversity of zooplankton in fresh water wetlands of southwestern west Bengal,Record Zoological survey of India.that zooplankton were maximum in summer season because favourable environmental condition. The present information on the zooplankton composition and seasonal variation from the Bhima River at Ramwadi Village, taluka Karmala, district Solapur (M.S.) India is helpful for further diversity and conservation studies of invertebrates from Bhima River.