Siraj, "Comparison of heavy metals burden in two freshwater fishes Wallago attu
and Labeo dyocheilus with regard to their feeding habits in natural ecosystem," Pakistan Journal of Zoology, vol.
Therefore, toxicity of heavy metals in the natural water bodies of Pakistan have become a growing threat to the native fish fauna, especially to the carnivorous fish species like Channa marulius, Mystus seenghala and Wallago attu
that are on the verge of extinction in the natural water bodies.
For the camp at Attu
, he says, his company barged a load of dry goods out early, then had weekly resupply flights that came from Adak to Attu
Lagardere Sports was appointed as host broadcaster, having already been appointed to handle the international media rights, through a long term partnership with the ATTU
Therefore, the present study compared the chemical and amino acid contents of the commercially most preferred seven species [Cyprinus (C) carpio (Common carp), Labeo (L) rohita (Rohu), Cirrhinus (C) mrigala (Mori), Aorichthys (A) aorsarwari (Singhari), Channa (C) marulius (Great snakehead or Giant Murrel or Sole), Oreochromis (O) mossambicus (Tilapia) and Wallago (W) attu
(Malli)] from River Indus in Mianwali district.
Japanese possession of Kiska and Attu
dealt a significant psychological blow to the American war effort.
On this date in 1943, during World War II, American troops secured the Aleutian island of Attu
from Japanese forces.
evermanni) on a portion of Attu
Island, Alaska, from 2003 through 2009.
r Rehman was invited by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) which has a top level international programme for academic exchange, the "EINSTEIN PROFESSORSHIP".
ots[euro] O'Rourke stood up as the judge gave her the formal warning that if she intended to use an alibi in her attu
dt defence, she must give the details in writing to the prosecution within 14 days.
He was nominated to the BoD by the Asian Table Tennis Union ( ATTU
), following his service to the sport in the region, particularly India.
These paintings allude to the genre of "war pictures" exemplified by Leonard Foujita's famous Last Stand at Attu
, 1943, totalitarian propaganda meant to raise morale on the home front and glorify the deaths of Japanese fighting men as noble self-sacrifice.