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Macrofaunal community structure in the western Indian continental margin including the oxygen minimum zone
(Blackwell Verlag GmbH, 2010)
Patterns of macrofaunal distribution were studied along the western Indian continental margin to distinguish the role of habitat heterogeneity in generating and maintaining community structure. A transect perpendicular to ...
Report of epibiont Thecacineta calix (Ciliophora: Suctorea) on deep sea Desmodora (Nematoda) from the Andaman Sea, Indian Ocean
(Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 2010)
Suctorian epibionts Thecacineta calix attached on the cuticle of nematodes Desmodora sphaerica and D. pontica are reported here from the deep sea hexactinellid sponge Pheronema sp. from the Andaman Sea (Indian Ocean). The ...
The community structure of the deep-sea nematode community associated with polymetallic nodules in the Central Indian Ocean Basin
Technological advances have led to an increase in the number of investigations in the deep sea over the last two decades. However, despite a large number of scientific cruises, few published data on the nematode biodiversity ...