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Latała A., Hamoud N., Pliński M., 1991. Growth dynamics and morphology of plankton green algae from brackish waters under the influence of salinity, temperature and light. Acta Ichthyol. Piscat. 21 (Suppl.): 101-116.

Nine unicellular green algal species isolated from the Gulf of Gdańsk phytoplankton were studied. The species were cultured within the salinity range of 0-35% at temperatures of 5-38°C and at light intensity (PAR) ranging within 20-380 μE/m2s. Four species were typical of brackish water, five being freshwater plants. In terms of temperature requirements, groups of three species each belonged to high temperature, mesothermophilic, and low-temperature strains. Most species required relatively high light intensities as growth of six of them was saturated at 120 μE/m2s.

 

 

DOI: 10.3750/AIP1991.21.Supplement.11

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