Acta Biologica

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Lista wydań / No. 25
A REVIEW ON RESEARCH STUDIES OF MARINE AND BRACKISH WATER MEIOFAUNA FROM ODISHA, INDIA
(Przegląd badań nad mejofauną wód morskich i przybrzeżnych wybrzeża Odisha (wschodnie Indie))

Rok wydania:2018
Liczba stron:11 (33-43)
Słowa kluczowe: mejofauna słonawa woda morska przegląd Odisha Indie.
Autorzy: TAPAS CHATTERJEE
1Crescent International School, Bario, Govindpur

Chandrabhotla Annapurna
Dept of Zoology, Andhra University

Bhikari Charan Guru
3Deartment of Zoology, Utkal University,

Baban Ingole
Biological Oceanography Division, National Institute of Oceanography

Abstrakt

W każdym systemie morskim mejofauna odgrywa kluczową rolę w funkcjonowaniu sieci pokarmowej odpowiadając za wiele ważnych procesów ekologicznych. Mimo prowadzenia od dawna szeroko zakrojonych badań bentosu w zakresie zmian rozmieszczenia, różnorodności gatunkowej, struktury społeczności i liczebności, niewiele wiadomo na temat mejofauny wschodniego wybrzeża Indii. Niniejsza praca ma na celu przedstawienie stanu wiedzy na temat mejofauny wybrzeża Odisha z ostatnich kilku dekad.
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