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Hydrobiologia

, Volume 97, Issue 2, pp 185–191 | Cite as

Occurrence, distribution and seasonality of aquatic fungi as affected by chemical factors in six alkaline ponds of Indi*

  • J. K. Misra
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Abstract

The periodicity of 30 species of water mould, belonging to the orders Blastocladiales, Saprolegniales, Lagenidiales, and Peronosporales, inhabiting six alkaline ponds near Lucknow, India, was found to be governed significantly by factors such as water temperature, dissolved oxygen and calcium.

Keywords

fresh water phycomycetes chemical factors temperature India 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. K. Misra
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  1. 1.Department of BotanySri Jai Narain Degree CollegeLucknowIndia

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