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Limnological study is one of the most important parameter to assess the water quality of a water body. In this study authors tried to assess the seasonal variations in physico-chemical properties of water and plankton diversity during one year (July, 2018 - June, 2019) of a perennial pond of Khanwari village of Kaushambi district of Uttar Pradesh. A significant level of variation was found in respect to these parameters throughout the study period. The planktonic populations in the pond indicates that the water of this pond is not yet seriously polluted since it contains freshwater algae Chara and Nitella and phytoplankton Volvex in the central region of pond. During the present study, presence of Chlorella, Oscillatoria, Anacystis, Scenedesmus, Branchionus, Keratella and Cyclops is considered as indicator of organic pollution, because all these genera were collected from polluted marginal water.
Water quality, Plankton, Khanwari pond.
Sudhakar Prakash , Shri Prakash , Anuj Kumar Singh "Limnological Studies of Khanwari Pond of Kaushambi district (U.P.) in Relation to Planktons" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 3 Issue 12 2020 Page 154-160
Sudhakar Prakash , Shri Prakash , Anuj Kumar Singh "Limnological Studies of Khanwari Pond of Kaushambi district (U.P.) in Relation to Planktons" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 3(12)