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Variations in phytoplankton physiological parameters during transient nitrogen environments

John Michael DeManche

Variations in phytoplankton physiological parameters during transient nitrogen environments

by John Michael DeManche

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phytoplankton.,
  • Nitrogen.

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    Statementby John Michael DeManche.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[12], 111 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15519124M

    nitrogen fixers (Vitousek et al. ), in many situations lakes may be unable to compensate for N limitation as proposed in the P-limitation paradigm, and thus many lakes may often harbor N-limited phytoplankton (Lewis and Wurtsbaugh ). This possibility is supported by meta-analyses of lake phytoplankton N- and P-limita-. 2) Nitrite - accumulated in region of low O2 ; bacterial oxidation of NH4 or bacterial/phytoplankton reduction of NO3. Maximum at base of euphotic zone due to phytoplankton excretion of NO2. 3) N2- Nitrogen fixation in cyanobacteria e.g. Tichodesmium and some bacteria- Nitrogenase enzyme sensitive to O2 + requires iron.

    Based on nitrogen and phosphorus limitation factors, simulated production rates of phytoplankton biomass and oxygen at Quonset Point and Mount View are limited by nitrogen during the entire simulation period, but at North Prudence Island, primary production is co- limited by nitrogen and phosphorus from early May to mid-October, and by nitrogen. FIG. I. Assemblages of temperate freshwater phytoplankton (A-S, X, Y) and some representative species, one or more ofwhichtnay grow well, relatively well or become abundant in the typesof lake and during the approximate seasons of the year indicated (separated by the vertical broken lines). Modified after Fig. 1 of Reynolds ().

    Introduction. In temperate and subtropical estuaries worldwide, phytoplankton growth can be controlled by factors such as nutrient and light availability, residence time, and grazing among others (e.g., [1–3]).Nitrogen (N) availability commonly limits estuarine phytoplankton growth, as strong correlations between N supply and phytoplankton production have been noted in many estuaries (e.g Cited by: 5. Probing the physiological state of phytoplankton at the single-cell level* FRANK J. JOCHEM The University of Texas at Austin, Marine Science Institute, Channel View Drive, Port Aransas, TX , USA. Fax: () E-Mail: [email protected]


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