water bloom


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water bloom

see algae, algal poisoning, cyanobacteria.
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Apart from their toxicity, cyanobacterial water blooms make water bodies taste and smell unpleasant.
Dominant cyanobacterial species in the water blooms collected were Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (L.
Both species of Anabaena dominated in the water blooms examined.
They are responsible for oral and gastrointestinal inflammation, allergic reactions, and skin irritation resulting from the ingestion of cyanobacterial cells or after contact with water blooms.
Biologically active compounds were detected in water blooms in Lake Ladoga for the first time.
The group expects that this discovery will lead to the development of innovative techniques to control water bloom and prevent water pollution.
In recent years, water bloom has frequently occurred in lakes worldwide.
Ganf (1974) writing on water blooms caused by Microcystis aeruginosa in equatorial lake George (Uganda), drew attention to the windless (anticyclonic) weather by night which aided the formation of surface water blooms.
Ecology of selected planktonic algae causing water blooms.
Trophic relations between phyto- and zoo-plankton in a field experiment in the aspect of formation and decline of water blooms.
Cyanobacteria responsible for planktic water blooms in reservoirs in southern Poland.