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Bacterial growth on UV-B photolytically produced dissolved organic matter.
The effect of ultraviolet radiation into the Lake Chapala trophic processes was investigated in this study. Responses of bacterial populations to changes in UV radiation exposed water were significantly greater (bacterial ...
Pond succession on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona.
Quantitative data were obtained for a serai comparison of five sinkhole ponds on the Kaibab Plateau, Arizona. Species diversity, community metabolism, primary production, and relative serai rank were assayed. Information ...
The production, nitrogen, and phosphorus dynamics of Elodea sp., Potamogeton sp., and Nitella sp. in Sam Rayburn reservoir, Texas.
The 1977 annual maximum biomass of Elodea sp., Fota- — 2 mogeton sp., and Nitella sp. was found to be 1013.6 g m~ , 168.4 g m **, and 32?.6 g m~'', respectively. Combined, these plants produce 80,528.16 kg dry wt lake”* ...
Phytoplankton productivity of tropical Lake Chapala, Mexico.
Phytoplankton productivity and other environmental variables were measured for one year (June 1983 - June 1984) at five stations on Lake Chapala, Mexico. Contrary to expectations, productivity in this shallow, tropical ...