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How phytoplankton pigments reflect historical and contempoarary status of large shallow lakes?
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2012)
Phytoplankton is the most important primary producer in the aquatic ecosystems and account for half of all photosynthetic activity on earth, thus creating the base for most aquatic food chains. It also plays key role in ...
Pigment-based chemotaxonomy – efficient tool to quantify phytoplankton groups in lakes and coastal sea areas
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2019)
All members of the aquatic food web rely either directly on indirectly on the autotrophic phytoplankton. The distribution and dynamics of phytoplankton groups reflects a number of things: rate of eutrophication, biogeochemical ...
Effects of macrophytes, fish and metazooplankton on a microbial food web
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2014)
In general, it was thought that all primary production is channelled through a classical grazing food web from phytoplankton to zooplankton and finally to fish. However, last decades of studies have shown that this simple ...