2016, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part B
Planktonic variations in a lotic water body of Shri Ganganagar District, (Rajasthan)
Author(s): RK Bishnoi, BK Sharma
Abstract: Plankton community is a heterogeneous group of tiny plants and animals mainly comprising of Phytoplankton and Zooplankton, respectively. The phytoplankton of Gang canal comprises of 16 species belonging to 15 genera. Out of these, 8 species belong to Bacillariophyceae, 5 to Chlorophyceae, two to Myxophyceae and one to Xanthophyceae. The zooplankton of the Gang canal comprised of six genera, out of which three belong to the Rotifera, two to Cladocera and one to Protozoa. The zooplankton assemblage of the Gangcanal is contributed primarily by Rotifers, followed by Cladocerans and Protozoans.
Pages: 134-139 | 754 Views 39 Downloads
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RK Bishnoi, BK Sharma. Planktonic variations in a lotic water body of Shri Ganganagar District, (Rajasthan). International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2016; 3(1): 134-139.