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Improvement and application of benthic algal isotope productivity measuring methods.
Maxwell Stanford Doty
by University of Hawaii in [Hawaii]
|Other titles||Benthic algal isotope productivity measuring methods., Norris Collection.|
|Series||Hawaii botanical science paper -- no. 3|
|Contributions||U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Environmental Studies Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Fact or Fiction-Bacterial Growth Rates and Production as Determined by [methyl-3 H]-Thymidine? Authors; Current Methods in Aquatic Microbial Ecology (P. Kemp, B. Sherr, E. Sherr, and J. J. Cole, , Application of the isotope dilution principle to the analysis of factors affecting the incorporation of [3H]uridine and [3H] Cited by: Application of Microspacecraft Design Methods to the Development of a Miniature, Low Cost Star Tracker for Microspace Applications, Bill Seng and Rick Fleeter. Application of Near-Surface Geo-Electrical Techniques to Aspen Ecohydrology, Lauren Ducas, Josh Leffler, Scott Jones, David Robinson, Hiruy Abdu, and Ronald Ryel.
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Stable isotope (13C) and O2 micro-optode alternatives for measuring photosythesis in seaweeds Article (PDF Available) in Marine Ecology Progress Series · January with Reads. Jul 22, · Algal blooms or harmful algal blooms (HABs) are observed more and more frequently in inland and coastal waters because of the increased anthropogenic effects and enhanced monitoring capabilities in situ and from space.
These blooms usually manifest higher [chl-a] in comparison with typical water conditions in the area, and the fluorescence signal can be used as an additional proxy.
Algal products can be used for performance improvement and the reduction of pathogenic bacteria. Algae can be served in different forms – whole seaweed meal, powder, extract, homogenate or. Publisher Summary. This chapter provides an overview to the current knowledge on the oceanic distribution and pathways of nitric oxide (NO), nitrous oxide (N 2 O), dinitrogen (N 2), and ammonia (NH 3), which has increased considerably since the publication of “Gaseous nitrogen compounds in the sea.”These compounds play important roles in the chemistry and climate of the present-day Earth.
InPringsheim (Fig. e), at that time working in Halle an der Saale, Germany, published the ﬁrst of a series of important papers on algal culture methods (of the numerous contributions which followed over a long period untilhis book Pure Cultures of Algae in and its German translation of were most highly inﬂuential).
with methods developed for the algal biofilms in this study. For now, productivity of the algal biofilms needs to be maximized in order to fully utilize its potential as a biofuel feedstock and nutrient removal option. Further research on algae-bacteria interactions using species native to the wastewater grown algal biofilms is recommended.!!Author: Maureen Kesaano.
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The mean number of benthic algal taxa per month ranged from to among streams. of ammonium and nitrate in the sediments of a tidal freshwater marsh were estimated from measured rates of isotope dilution of ammonium [15N] added to sediment and litter samples, reduction of nitrate [15N] to ammonium[15N] in fresh sediments, and net.
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We used stable isotope analysis (SIA) of Î´13C and Î´15N. Sep 23, · Although biogeochemistry is an integrative discipline, terrestrial and aquatic subdisciplines have developed somewhat independently of each other.
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Methods for selective extraction and fractionation of algal lipids and algal products are disclosed. A method of selective removal of products from an algal biomass provides for single and multistep extraction processes which enable efficient separation of algal components.
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