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Abstract

STUDY OF ZOOPLANKTONS FROM SANGVI RESERVOIR, PATODA DIST.BEED.(M.S.) INDIA

K. B. Ningule* and S. D. Ovhal

ABSTRACT

The plankton constitutes the basic food source of any aquatic ecosystems, which supports fish and other aquatic animals. Zooplanktons are microscopic animals that eat other plankton. The present investigation can enrich knowledge on bioindicators in understanding the point and non point sources of pollution and also its stress on the aquatic life. Zooplankton population composed of four species of protozoan, sixteen species of rotifers, fourteen species of crustaceans and three groups meroplankton organisms mainly nymph/larval forms. In the present study variations were noticed in the distribution of zooplankton at different selected stations. The zooplankton population dynamics is found to have an influence by sand mining and other human activities. In the present investigation zooplanktons were recorded varied from 29 to 45 per lit. at station ‘A’, 28 to 42 per lit. at station ‘B’, and 28to 40 per lit. at station ‘C’ .During the September 2013 to August 2014.

Keywords: Zooplanktoms, sangvi reservoir, Rotifera, Cladocera, Ostracoda, Copepoda.


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