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Growth of penaeid prawn in Goa waters
Length-weight relationship of Giant Oyster, Crassostrea gyphoides (Schlotheim)
(Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, 1985)
Relationship between shell length and total weight, shell weight and meat weight of giant oyster, Crassostrea gryphoides revealed that the growth of these parameters is very fast and significant. It indicates the suitability ...
Growth of the green mussel, Perna viridis L., in a sea water circulating system
Growth of the green mussel, P. viridis L., was studied in a sea water circulating system for 12 months. The maximum growth rate was recorded during March - May, coinciding with the maximum abundance of phytoplankton. The ...
Some aspects of biology of Bombay duck, Harpodon nehereus (Ham) inhabiting the coastal waters of Goa
Intensity of feeding was maximum in Harpodon nehereus of size group 2 (15.1-17 cm) with higher feeding in males than in females. About 44.61% of the fish had empty stomachs. The food of the fish chiefly consisted of ...
Studies on growth and age of bivalves from temperate and tropical estuarine ecosystems
Comparison of growth progression and age composition of Abra alba and Nuculana minuta from temperate estuarine ecosystem with Meretrix casta and Paphia malabarica from tropical estuarine environment, revealed that the ...
Growth and production of benthic bivalve, Gafrarium pectinatum (Linn.) from west coast of India
Production of Gafrarium pectinatum was characterized by the presence of 0,1 and 2 y age groups Average monthly growth in length varied from 0.6 to 3mm The relationship between length and weight was isometric The average ...
Growth of the Black Clam, Villorita cyprinoides (Grey) from Colvale river (Goa)
Average monthly growth in shell length was 1.66 mm in Villorita cyprinoides. Relationships of shell length/shell width and shell length/shell breadth showed linear pattern while those of shell length/shell weight and shell ...
Studies on Antarctic Krill: I - length weight relationship in adult, Euphausia superba, Dana 1850
(Current Science Association, 1984)