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MNJ Volume 66 (2014)

Volume 66 (1&2) 2014

  1. Apicomplexa-like parasites of economically important bivalves from Merambong shoals, Johor
  2. Comparative study if the fine structures of gills among three co-existing mudskipper species
  3. Feeding Behaviour and Stomach Content Analysis of Laevistrombus canarium (Linnaeus, 1758) from the Merambong Shoal, Johor, Malaysia
  4. Fish larval occurrence and distribution in the seagrass-mangrove ecosystems of the Johor Straits
  5. Metal Concentration (Co, Ni, Pb, Zn) in the Estuarine and Coastal Waters from shoals, Johor
  6. Notes on the occurrence of medaka fish in South Johor, Malaysia
  7. Phytoplankton assemblage of the Merambong Shoal, Tebrau Straits with note in potentially harmful species
  8. Potential tributyl-tin (TBT) biodegradation agent in contaminated sediment
  9. Sea cucumber species of the Merambong Shoal with notes on the distribution and habitat of the dominant species
  10. Seagrass shoals of Sungai Pulai Estuary, Johor
  11. Seasonal environmental quality variations in a tropical seagrass ecosystem at the Straits of Malacca
  12. Seaweed community of the Merambong shoal, Sungai Pulai estuary, Johore
  13. The Epifaunal Marine Bivalves and Macrophytes in Merambong Shoal, Pulai River Estuary, Straits of Malacca
  14. The Polychaeta (Annelida) communities of the Merambong and Tanjung Adang Shoals, Malaysia, and its relationship with the environmental variables

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Volume 66 (3) 2014

  1. A taxonomic study of Dillenia L. (Dilleniaceae) in Peninsular Malaysia
  2. Foliar anatomical characteristics and its taxonomic implications in the tribe Shoreae (Dipterocarpaceae) in Malaysia
  3. Petiole anatomical characteristics of Mersing tidal Rhizophoraceae
  4. Studies in Malesian Vitaceae XVIII. A revision of Ampelocissus Planch. Sect. Ampelocissus and Sect. Ridleya Latiff
  5. Taxonomic status of mysid shrimps (Crustacea) from Peninsular Malaysia waters
  6. Verification of Selected Piper Species (Piperaceae) Using Morphological Characters, Molecular Data, and Chemical Constituents


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Volume 66 (4) 2014

  1. Additional native fish fauna of rivers and streams flowing into Temengor reservoir, Perak, Malaysia
  2. Behaviour of the painted treeshrew (Tupaia picta) in conservation set-asides of the planted forest zone of Sarawak, Malaysia
  3. Diversity and abundance of the fruit-feeding butterflies (Lepidoptera; Nymphalidae) in Kubah National Park, Sarawak, Southwest Borneo
  4. First record of Lissocarcinus orbicularis associated with sea cucumber, Thelenota ananas, in the north east of Celebes Sea
  5. Moth fauna (Lepidoptera : Heterocera) of Gunung Tebu Forest Reserve, Terengganu, Malaysia
  6. Studies in Malesian Vitaceae XIV. Revision of Cayratia Sect. Discypharia Suesseng.
  7. The wild orchids of Crocker Range National Park, Sabah, Malaysia
  8. Tree composition and diversity of a hill dipterocarp forest after logging


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