Assessment of water chemistry and phytoplankton: A case study of Keenjhar lake District Thatta, Sindh

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K. H. LASHARI
Z. A. PALH
SUJO MEGHWAR
A. KHAND
S. A. SHAIKH
S. BROHI
M. K.. SHAIKH
J. A. SOOMRO
R. SUHAG

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The goal of this study was to evaluate the Phytoplankton species diversity with the physicochemical parameters of a freshwater lake. The current research is based on a study of the phytoplankton diversity in a freshwater permanent lake in the Thatta rural region. The current study is beneficial in understanding phytoplankton species, composition, and relationships with physicochemical factors in Keenjhar Lake. Phytoplankton may be utilized to determine the physicochemical state of any body of water. Algal growth is influenced by physicochemical factors.Phytoplankton was divided into five categories throughout the research period: Chlorophyceae, Bacillariophyceae, Cynophyceae, Dinophyceae, and Euglenophyceae.

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