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Water pollution by mercury, cadmium, lead, and copper is currently recognized as a persistent and increasing environmental problem. Popular treatment of trace metal pollution problems, particularly mercury pollution, has raised the general awareness of such problems. There is still, however,...
Marine phytoplankters, such as diatoms and dinoflagellates, are called the “grass of the sea” because they are the photo- and chemosynthesizers at the base of the food chain. In addition to converting inorganic carbon to organic carbon (via photosynthesis), phytoplankton organisms utilize...
Treatments of inorganic nutrition tend to become listings of poorly related facts and observations. As more information becomes available, this should give way to a drawing together of observations in an attempt to find new insights into the metabolic roles of nutrients and the mechanisms of...
Approximately 90% of all photosynthetic CO 2 fixation is attributed to algae. 1 From planktonic microcells to the massive 30-meter kelps, algal cell wall polymers comprise nearly half of the total nonaqueous biomass; between one tenth to one half of all the solar energy converted into chemical...
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