Three temple ponds with permanent blooms of blue green algae were highly productive. The limnological parameters viz. different forms of alkalinity, pH, DO. Three temple ponds with permanent blooms of blue green algae were highly productive. They all showed high alkalinity, hardness, electrical conductivity and . Three temple ponds with permanent blooms of blue green algae were highly productive. They all showed high alkalinity, hardness, electrical.
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Aquatic plants and hydrospheric factor, I.
John Willey Sons Inc. Most dominant genus of phytoplankton lymnolgoy from both the ponds was Scenedesmus, Tetraedron, Cymbella, Gomphonema, Navicula, Nitzschia, Oscillatoria, Aphanocapsa, Euglena and Trachelomonas table 3.
Ecological studies on the planktonic Protozoa of a small artificial pond. All the species belonging to Copepods namely Arctodiaptomus dorsalisCyclops sp.
Plankton are very significant tool for observing the continuous changes in the environmental conditions at higher altitudes. Freshwater zooplankton of India. Presence of various planktonic species and higher trophic status of both the ponds at high altitude showed the impact of high anthropogenic pressure as well as favourable environmental factors like temperature. Apart lymnlogy primary production, phytoplankton play an important role as food for herbivorous animals and act as biological indicators of water quality in pollution studies while, zooplankton occupy a vital role in the trophic structure of an aquatic ecosystem and play a key role in the energy transfer.
These species are indicators of higher trophic status by[24, 27, 47 lymnllogy. Plankton are important part of aquatic life and good indicator of changes in water quality because they are strongly affected by environmental conditions and responds quickly to changes in environmental quality.
Phytoplankton and Macrophytes in the ponds of Raipur city area, M.
Species contribution of different planktonic groups in both the selected Pond. Water samples were directly collected from the surface of the pond for physico-chemical analysis and for the qualitative enumeration of planktonic population surface water samples were collected from different locations mainly from central part of the ponds. A total species of phytoplankton and 51 species of zooplankton were encountered from both the ponds.
Raj NarayanKrishna K. Besides physico-chemical features, observations on changes in planktonic diversity are generally considered a necessity in evaluating the impact of environmental changes on an aquatic system, especially phytoplankton that show changes with the changes in the environmental factors.
Limnological studies on freshwater ponds of Hyderabad-India I. The Biotope
Limnological studies on dimictic Himalayan Lake. Strategy Bionature,17 1: Rotifers as indicators of trophic nature of environments. Material and Methods Physico-chemical analysis of water samples was carried out following the standard methods as given in. Colorado, State Lymnllogy fort Collins Co.
Limnological Study on two High Altitude Himalayan Ponds, Badrinath, Uttarakhand
Also, the impact of global warming on micro flora and fauna present in water bodies situated at high altitude has been discussed. Some relationship of phytoplankton to lymnokogy and aquatic biology. Present study is preliminary work on these two ponds which will provide the baseline data for the further studies.
Plankton dynamics in relation to fish in Wular lake of Kashmir.
Upper Lake Ecosystem in Bhopal. Results and Discussion The physico-chemical environment mainly controls the biological diversity[23, ]. Scientific fundamentals of the eutrophication of lakes and flowing waters, with particular reference to nitrogen and phosphorus as factors in eutrophication OECD.
Physico-chemical complexes occurring in the ponds were analysed which exhibit interesting interrelationships. Generally, Bacillariophyceae are found as dominant group in temperate water bodies because diatoms are able to grow under the conditions of weak light and low temperature which are less suitable for the other phytoplankton groups.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment,6: Water analysis for limnologists. The location and important features of both the ponds have been mentioned in Table 1 and Figure 1. Crustacean Zooplankton of Lake Masunda, Thane. The Fresh Water Algae.
Classwise percentage composition of Phytoplankton population in both the ponds. In Glimpses of Ecology,Eds.