Diversity of Algae in Relation to Water Pollution of Satri Tank Chhatarpur (M.P.) India

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  • Pushpendra Kumar Khare P.G. Department of Botany Govertment Maharaja Autonomous College Chhatarpur (M.P.) India

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https://doi.org/10.3126/eco.v13i0.1634

Keywords:

Lower plant, Phytoplankton, Eutrophic

Abstract

This paper is report of phytoplankton from Satri Tank of Bundelkhand region, India. Total 43 species and 27 genera have been identified from Satri Tank, among these 18 species belonged to Chlorophyceae 17 species to Cyanophyceae, 6 to Bacillariophyceae and 2 to Euglenophyceae. Qualitatively Chlorophyceae were abundant. The species of Spirulina, Oscillatoria, Microcystics and Nostoc were dominant. The tank is indicative of highly eutrophic status and biologically dead in term of its unability to provide the aesthetic pleasure of swimming, boating and fishing.

Key words: Lower plant; Phytoplankton; Eutrophic

doi: 10.3126/eco.v13i0.1634

Ecoprint (An International Journal of Ecology)
Vol. 13, 2006 Page:69-72

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Pushpendra Kumar Khare, P.G. Department of Botany Govertment Maharaja Autonomous College Chhatarpur (M.P.) India

Professor; P.G. Department of Botany Govertment Maharaja Autonomous College Chhatarpur (M.P.) India.

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Published

2009-06-04

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Khare, P. K. (2009). Diversity of Algae in Relation to Water Pollution of Satri Tank Chhatarpur (M.P.) India. Ecoprint: An International Journal of Ecology, 13, 69–72. https://doi.org/10.3126/eco.v13i0.1634

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