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Chan, E. H. and Liew, H. C. (1989) The offshore protection of Malaysian leatherback turtles. In: Seminar tahunan ke-12, Persatuan Sains Lautan Malaysia, 18 November 1989, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)

Hj Mohamed, Mohd Ibrahim and Baharuddin, Zaharuddin (1989) The morphology and ecology of the west coast island groups of Peninsular Malaysia. In: Regional Symposium on Living Resources in Coastal Areas, 30 Jan - 1 Feb 1989, Manila, Philippines. (Unpublished)

Mohamed, Mohd. Ibrahim (1989) Fishery management problems in Malaysia : the need for a fresh approach. In: Workshop on Ocean Agime Building in S. E. Asia, 1-4 May 1989, Phuket, Thailand.

Shaharom, Faizah and A.R, Shaikh Omar and Abdullah, S.Z. and Mohamad, Kartini (1989) Mortality of clarias macrocephalus infested with boviemia serialis (cestoda: lytocestinae)in a fish pond at Felda Belara, Kuala Terengganu. In: Malaysian Society of Animal Production Conference, 29-31 Mac 1989, Genting Highland, Pahang. (Unpublished)

Sharif, M. and C., Sommerville (1989) Comparative morphology of adult Lernaea polymorpha Yu and Lernaea cyprinacea Linnaeus. In: The Second Asian Fisheries Forum., 17-22 April 1989., Tokyo, Japan.

Thesis

Kamarudin, Oman (1989) Some Aspects Of The Biology And Control Of Quadriacanthus Kobiensis Ha Ky, 1968 (Monogenea: Dactylogyridae) From Clarias Batrachus (Linnaeus) In Indonesia. Masters thesis, Universiti Putra Malaysia.

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