Oddziaływania allelopatyczne sinic i mikroglonów w środowisku wodnym

Sylwia Śliwińska-Wilczewska , Adam Latała


The term “allelopathy” was introduced to science in 1937 by Hans Molisch, who used the concept of allelopathy to identify negative impact of chemicals secreted by a plant on the growth of other neighboring plants. In 1996, the International Allelopathy Society has broadened the meaning of allelopathy as any inhibitory or stimulatory process in which chemical substances secreted by various organisms interact with their ecosystem. Allelopathy may be one of the factors contributing to formation and maintenance of cyanobacterial and algal blooms, which strongly affect coastal marine ecosystems and cause economic problems for commercial aquaculture. A better understanding of the complexity and nature of underlying allelopatic interactions may help to explain the emergence of massive blooms of cyanobacteria and algae in many aquatic ecosystems.
Author Sylwia Śliwińska-Wilczewska (FOG / IO / DMEF)
Sylwia Śliwińska-Wilczewska,,
- Division of Marine Ecosystems Functioning
, Adam Latała (FOG / IO / DMEF)
Adam Latała,,
- Division of Marine Ecosystems Functioning
Other language title versionsAllelopathic interactions of cyanobacteria and microalgae in aquatic ecosystem
Journal seriesKosmos, ISSN 0023-4249, (B 12 pkt)
Issue year2017
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Polishallelopatia, mikroglony, sinice, środowisko wodne
Keywords in Englishallelopathy, aquatic environment cyanobacteria, massive blooms microalgae
URL http://kosmos.icm.edu.pl/PDF/2017/217.pdf
Languagepl polski
LicenseJournal (articles only); published final; Other open licence; with publication
Score (nominal)12
ScoreMinisterial score = 12.0, ArticleFromJournal
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