Zooplankton Variety in A Saline Water: A Case Study of Chickan Lake, District Dadu, Sindh
Zooplankton is a multi-species organism that evolved to survive in a saline lake. This research aims to look at the monthly changes in a variety of Zooplankton in Chickan Lake Dadu. The research took place in the sample area for a year, from January to December 2017. The Zooplankton population at Chickan Lake was made up of 20 genera divided into three main groups: Rotifera, Cladocera, and Copepoda. Furthermore, Rotifera made up 17 percent of the Zooplankton collection, Cladocera made up 55 percent, and Copepoda made up just 28 percent. The dominant Zooplankton group included in the sample region was Rotifera.
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