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Volume 3 | Issue 2 |  June 2015 


Page Nos. 167-170

Date of Online 30 June, 2015

 

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Rotifers  diversity in Kudla Dam  near Umri Nanded, MS, India 

 

 

Bhoyar VV

 

 

Department of Zoology, L. B. D.G. College, Umri, Dist Nanded  (MS) India.

 

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ABSTRACT

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The water quality and nutrients influence population of zooplanktons. The population observed in the distribution of zooplankton is due to abiotic factors (e.g. temperature, salinity DO and other dissolved ions), to biotic factors (e.g. nutrients). Many species of zooplanktons are limited by temperature, dissolved oxygen, salinity and other physico-chemical factors. Zooplanktons constitute an important link in food chain as (primary or secondary consumers) and serve as food for fishes directly or indirectly. Therefore any harm to these will be harmful to the fish populations. The occurrence of zooplankton depends upon its productivity, which is influenced by physico-chemical parameters and the level of nutrients in water. Hence  the  present study  was  carried  out  on  kudla dam  for  a  period  of   one  year from  Jun 2013  to  May 2014. In the present study 19 species of Rotifers were found.

 

Key words:  zooplanktons, dam, water quality 

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Received: 12.03.2015   |    Revised : 26.03.2015      |    Revised received: 13.05.2015

Accepted: 18.05.2015      |     Published : 30.06.2015

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Editor: Dr. Arvind Chavhan 

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Cite this article as:

Bhoyar VV (2015) Rotifers  diversity in Kudla Dam  near Umri Nanded, MS, India. Int. J. of Life Sciences, 3(2): 167-170.

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