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Abstract

CORAL REEFS: ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOMEDICAL PROSPECTS WITH CONSERVATION EFFORTS

Subha Ganguly*, Arpita Padhy, Parveez Ahmad Para, Saraswat Sahoo, Arvind Kumar Pandey, Nirupama Dalai, Shashank Shekhar and Tanvi Mahajan

ABSTRACT

Corals are marine animals grouped under the class Anthozoa of phylum Cnidaria which form colonies resembling polyps of different shapes; however some of them may be identical. They are mainly predominant in the deep sea and ocean beds and secrete calcium carbonate forming hard calcareous structures to form exoskeleton.

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