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Prymnesium parvum in inland waters : comparative toxicity, microcystin allelopathy, and toxin photodegradation.
The harmful algal species Prymnesium parvum, a toxin-producing mixotrophic haptophyte, has caused massive fish kills in slightly saline inland Texas water bodies. In the first study, standardized aquatic test models from ...
Prymnesium parvum effects on green algae, cladocerans and fish in field and laboratory studies.
Prymnesium parvum, commonly named “golden algae,” has severely impacted fisheries in Texas, USA and other parts of the world. This study explored the environmental conditions during fish kills in Texas inland waters known ...