publication . Article . 2017

Using the marine unicellular algae in biological monitoring

Kapkov V. I.; Shoshina E. V.; Belenikina O. A.;
Open Access Russian
  • Published: 01 Jun 2017 Journal: Vestnik MGTU (issn: 1560-9278, eissn: 1997-4736, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Murmansk State Technical University
Abstract
The possibility of using marine unicellular algae from natural plankton community in biomonitoring of pollution by heavy metals has been investigated. Algae of different taxa from the Mediterranean Sea have been allocated to culture. In the laboratory the culture conditions – i. e. growth medium, temperature, photoperiod, level of artificial light and initial density – have been selected for every species. The impact of heavy metals (Hg, Cd, Cu, Pb) in the form of chloride salts on the growth of axenic algae culture has been studied in the modelling experiments. The unicellular marine algae have a very short life cycle, therefore it is possible to use them in th...
Subjects
free text keywords: marine unicellular algae, cultivation conditions, biotesting, biological monitoring, heavy metals, General Works, A
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