Based on biotesting, we carried out an estimation of the water quality in the Amursky and Nakhodka Bays (Sea of Japan) using Plagioselmis prolonga (Cryptophyta). The obtained data were compared with the data from water biotesting using Dunaliella salina (Chlorophyta). It was shown that water from the Amursky Bay produced more a negative effect on both microalgae than water from the Nakhodka Bay. It was established that sensitivity of the P. prolonga microalga exceeded that of D. salina. This was confirmed by a sharp decrease of the P. prolonga motile cell number in the studied water.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 23, 2011
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