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Loricate Ciliate Tintinnids in a Tropical Mangrove Wetland Diversity, Distribution and Impact of Climate Change

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By: Santhosh Kumar Sarkar(Author)
106 pages, 40 colour photos, 14 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Loricate Ciliate Tintinnids in a Tropical Mangrove Wetland
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Loricate Ciliate Tintinnids in a Tropical Mangrove Wetland is an integrated approach to present a detailed case study in order to address the taxonomic and ecological features of this planktonic choreotrich protists in an iconic tropical mangrove wetland – Sundarban. To identify each tintinnid species, emphasis is given with regards to taxonomic features accompanied by high resolution images. This work explores the interaction between man-induced stress and the impact of climate change which is threatening the tintinnid biodiversity, and suggests, for example, remedial measures by adopting sound management strategies.

Tintinnids (Protozoa: Ciliata: Tintinnida) are a coherent group ecologically recognized as micro-zooplankton. They deserve special attention because of their unique biodiversity and their crucial, functional role in the marine food chain. This is a valuable reference source for students, researchers, policy planners and coastal managers engaged in the field of marine biology, microbial ecology and marine bio-resources.

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1. Introduction
2. Methodology (Materials and Methods)
3. Results and Discussion
4. Impact of stress on Tintinnid Community

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By: Santhosh Kumar Sarkar(Author)
106 pages, 40 colour photos, 14 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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