Ekspansja pikoplanktonowych sinic w ekosystemach wodnych

Jakub Maculewicz , Sylwia Śliwińska-Wilczewska , Adam Latała

Abstract

Picocyanobacteria are common in freshwater, brackish and marine ecosystems throughout the world. They play an essential role in primary production and their domination in phytoplankton biomass is common particularly in oligotrophic waters. However, this group of photoautotrophic organisms still remains insufficiently investigated. The number of works on the occurrence of massive blooms of picocyanobacteria, their role in aquatic habitats and potential toxicity has notably increased in last years. Filling existing gaps in the knowledge of mechanisms responsible for the global expansion of these organisms can provide a better understanding of functioning of the aquatic environments. In this review, we summarized the most recent information concerning picocyanobacteria and the occurrence of their massive blooms in many aquatic ecosystems.
Author Jakub Maculewicz IO
Jakub Maculewicz,,
- Institute of Oceanography
, Sylwia Śliwińska-Wilczewska ZFEM
Sylwia Śliwińska-Wilczewska,,
- Division of Marine Ecosystems Functioning
, Adam Latała ZFEM
Adam Latała,,
- Division of Marine Ecosystems Functioning
Other language title versionsExpansion of picocyanobacteria in aquatic ecosystems
Journal seriesKosmos, ISSN 0023-4249
Issue year2017
Vol66
No3
Pages465-474
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Polishekosystemy wodne, pikoplankton, sinice pikoplanktonowe, zakwity
Keywords in Englishaquatic ecosystems, blooms, picoplankton, picycyanobacteria
URL http://kosmos.icm.edu.pl/PDF/2017/465.pdf
Languagepl polski
LicenseJournal (articles only); published final; ; with publication
Score (nominal)12
ScoreMinisterial score = 12.0, 26-02-2018, ArticleFromJournal
Ministerial score (2013-2016) = 12.0, 26-02-2018, ArticleFromJournal
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