planktonic algae


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The researcher at the university told the correspondent of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that the thesis included an environmental study of planktonic algae and aquatic plants conjoined in the Abbasid River - located in the an area to the north east of the city of Najaf.
In fact, planktonic algae in the world's oceans convert large amounts of atmospheric C02 through photosynthesis into organic tissue, and as a byproduct produce more than 25 per cent of the oxygen supply of the entire planet--the equivalent of all terrestrial rainforests combined.
Change in biomass of benthic and planktonic algae along a disturbance gradient for 24 Great Lakes coastal wetlands.
In contrast, planktonic algae that grew beneath the ice was being lost.
But planktonic algae which previously grew beneath the ice are being lost.
For the regular particle shape diets, average filtration rate for the planktonic algae N and T was significantly lower than that for the yeast, Y.
For the diet with a regular particle shape, average pseudofeces production from the two planktonic algae N and T, was significantly lower than that from the yeast Y.
On the other hand, in planktonic algae, the heavy hard parts help to increase the speed of sedimentation of these organisms that often live in currents of rising water.
In aquatic environments, salinity is considered an important ecological variable, particularly in estuarine regions, salt water ponds, and shore areas where planktonic algae are often subjected to widely fluctuating salt concentrations (Guillard, 1962).
It has been known that certain highly charged microorganisms, including planktonic algae and bacteria will adhere to certain mineral surfaces.
Knoll at Harvard University says the Pertatataka find is the richest of its kind, revealing that a diverse community of planktonic algae thrived at the time.
The present findings agreed with the findings of Alikunhi (1957), which reported that the adult fish subsists largely on planktonic algae.