International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2017, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Part E
Studies on zooplankton abundance and Physico- chemical parameters of Rukni Anua at Bekirpar in Cachar district, AssamAuthor(s):
Amrita Nath Choudhury, Papia Das, Uma Das, Sulata Kar and Devashish KarAbstract:
Zooplankton forms a primary productive system of any aquatic ecosystem. The present study was aimed to evaluate the abundance of zooplankton along with the seasonal variation of physico- chemical parameters in Rukni Anua of Barak valley. A total of 29 different genera of zooplankton were recorded of which 13 genera were belonging from rotifera group, 12 individuals were recorded from cladocera group and 4 were representing the group copepoda. The physico- chemical parameter were also evaluated and reveals a significant variation in water chemistry parameters. The study revealed that the availability of zooplankton was diversified and among total available population the copepoda contributes 23.56%, rotifera contributes 37.13% whereas the group cladocera contributes about 38.84%.The detailed aspect of diversity and seasonal variation of zooplankton is discussed herein.Pages: 372-374 | 743 Views 14 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Amrita Nath Choudhury, Papia Das, Uma Das, Sulata Kar, Devashish Kar. Studies on zooplankton abundance and Physico- chemical parameters of Rukni Anua at Bekirpar in Cachar district, Assam. Int J Fish Aquat Stud 2017;5(3):372-374.