Biodetritus | definition of biodetritus by Medical dictionary
biodetritus Dead organic matter.
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schmitti in spring and especially in summer may indicate a seasonal migration, occurring together with the transport of the biodetritus
and plants fragments over the substrata, as a consequence of the intrusion of the SACW.
On the other hand, biodetritus
tend to accumulate in the bottom sediments whereas biosorption is one of the techniques to remove the heavy metals from the water.
The upper part of this formation contains more biodetritus
and intraclasts that include angular fragments of corals, molluscs, echinoids, ooids and an abundant ammonite assemblage referred to in Ramalho (1971).