VOL 11, NO 1-2 (1978): MAHASAGAR

Table of Contents

Articles

Effect of embedment on vibration of a model foundation of coastal structures PDF
A.K. Jain 1-9
Erosion at Colva, Goa PDF
G.N. Swamy, V.V.R. Varadachari 11-20
Studies on photosynthetic bacteria: 1. Ecology of photosynthetic bacteria in aquatic environment in Goa PDF
A. Aguiar, J. DeSouza 21-28
Studies on photosynthetic bacteria. 2. Studies on chlorophyll and growth in Chlorobium limicola and Chlorobium thiosulfatophilum PDF
A. Aguiar, J. DeSouza 29-34
Zooplankton studies in the Indian Ocean. 2. From the Arabian Sea during the post-monsoon period PDF
V.R. Nair, G. Peter, V.T. Paulinose 35-43
Studies on the ecology of zooplankton of Cochin backwaters PDF
M. Madhupratap 45-56
Morphological changes in the development of the ovary in the eyestalk ablated estuarine crab, Scylla serrata (forskal) PDF
S. John, P. Sivadas 57-62
Maturity and spawning in Mugil cephalus linnaeus in Goa waters PDF
H.P. Das 63-71
Trends in marine fish landings in India PDF
S.S. Shastri 73-81
Short term variations in the environmental conditions of the Cola Bay, Velsao-Goa PDF
X.N. Verlencar, C. DeSilva 83-86
Record of pyrosoma atlanticum (pyrosomidae, ascidiacea) from the Bay of Bengal PDF
K.J. Peter 87-90
Caloric values of the ingested food of the grey mullet mugil cephalus linnaeus PDF
H.P. Das 91-94
Food conversion in the fish etroplus suratensis PDF
Sumitra-Vijayaraghavan, M.V.M. Wafar, J.P. Royan 95-99
Variations in biochemical composition of the green mussel perna viridis linnaeus of ennore estuary, Madras PDF
M.S. Shafee 101-104
Seasonal variation in major metabolities of mangrove foliage PDF
A.G. Untawale, N.B. Bhosle, V.K. Dhargalkar, S.G.P. Matondkar, S.S. Bukhari 105-110
A note on the karyotypes of some carlanoid copepods PDF
U. Goswami, S.C. Goswami 111-113


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