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role of algal biofilms in the precipitation of calcite in freshwaters
Anne Margaret Hartley
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science.
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Algal Ecology Harmful Algal Bloom Workshops Sauk Centre, Mankato, & St. Paul March 4, 5, & 6, Howard Markus, Ph.D., P.E. MPCA. Algal Research is an international journal that will cover all areas of emerging technologies in algal biology, biomass production, cultivation, harvesting, extraction, bioproducts, and .
The Algal Biology Toolbox Workshop Summary Report summarizes an event hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office’s Advanced Algal Systems Program in May The purpose of the Algal Biology Toolbox Workshop was to collect input from experts in the field of algal biology regarding (1) the current state of algal biological tools, including our understanding of. This review is focused on the biogeochemistry of arsenic in freshwaters and, especially, on the key role that benthic microalgae and prokaryotic communities from biofilms play together in through speciation, distribution, and cycling. These microorganisms incorporate the dominant iAs (inorganic arsenic) form and may transform it to other arsenic forms through metabolic or detoxifying processes.
The desmids are in fact the only algal group where there is an older monograph for the British Isles. William and George West published a ﬁve-volume series between and , with the last completed Table 1. Numbers of taxa of freshwater and terrestrial algae File Size: KB. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.,, Free ebooks since
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Algal biofilms will develop on any illuminated surface which is either submerged in water or exposed provided there is moisture in the atmosphere and nutrients are available. In natural ecosystems, algal biofilms are familiar on the surface of stones in rivers and on the seashore or in the aerial environment on garden walls and the bark of by: Biofilms have been found to play an important role in precipitation of calcite (House et al., ) and, in hard water streams, algal biofilms may result in the development of calcareous crusts, several mm in thickness (Heath et al., ).Cited by: Among its other charms, this is an excellent textbook.
But this is a cloak of many colours. The Algal Bowl is also a work of scientific poetry. Even more compelling, though, is the book's touching show of faith in Homo sapiens and our ability to face up to the disastrous changes we have wrought to the Earth's capacity to support by: A summary of studies carried out to investigate the nutrient removal performance of algal biofilm-based systems in wastewater treatment is presented in Table 1.A two sample t test was carried out to determine whether wastewater type, mode of operation, and residence time had a significant effect on the percent total P and total N removal.
There was no statistical significance observed between. Field and laboratory experiments in freshwater Lake Geneva (Switzerland) have recently demonstrated a substantial role of biofilms triggering the formation of ooids.
However, the precise function and specificity of the microbes involved in this process remained elusive. In this study we compared biofilms lining ooid depressions in the natural environment with those grown under laboratory Cited by: Co-precipitation of phosphate during calcite formation is generally considered as an important "self-cleaning" mechanism of freshwaters by algal biofilm (House, ;Jarvie et al., ).
Algal biofilms are complex assemblages of microalgae and other microorganisms that proliferate by forming submerged thick mats on aquatic water bodies and terrestrial surface where damp conditions prevail, such as submerged stones and pebbles, rivers, wet wall surfaces, and the bark of biofilms are often found on manmade structures like drainage pipes, building structures, ship Cited by: 4.
Kinetics of phosphorus release from a natural mixed grain-size sediment with associated algal biofilms Article in Science of The Total Environment () May with 15 Reads. This review focuses on the role of streambed biofilms as reservoirs of antibiotic resistant bacteria and resistance genes, providing a general overview of the causes and consequences of a chronic exposure of biofilm communities to sub-inhibitory concentrations of antibiotics and their role in the spread and persistence of antibiotic by: A novel role for calcite in calcium homeostasis.
FEBS Lett. 94–96 Discriminating the role of photosynthetic and heterotrophic microbes triggering low-Mg calcite precipitation in freshwater biofilms (Lake Geneva the geological record of calcified bacterial-algal mats and biofilms.
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Algal Biofilm Production and Harvesting System for Wastewater Treatment with Biofuels By-Products by Logan Christenson, Master of Science Utah State University, Major Professor: Dr.
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We compared the phototrophs on cement-based renderings and limestone substrates at 14 historic locations (47 sites sampled) in Europe and Latin America. Most biofilms contained both cyanobacteria and by: ALGAL BIOFILMS, MICROBIAL FUEL CELLS, AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE-OF-THE ART RESEARCH INTO CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORIES by Joseph Anthony Menicucci, Jr.
A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY Bozeman, Montana April, Contacts: MónicaSánchez-Román, Earth Sciences; [email protected] Rob van Spanning, Molecular Cell Biology; [email protected] Project III: Role of cyanobacterial biofilms in the precipitation of carbonates.
Microbially-induced calcite precipitation (MICP) is an emerging ground-modification technique. This paper presents the results of laboratory experiments that elucidate some biological factors affecting bioaugmentation and biostimulation strategies of by: 1.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This is the second edition of Freshwater Algae; the popular guide to temperate freshwater algae. This book uniquely combines practical information on sampling and experimental techniques with an explanation of basic algal taxonomy plus a key to identify the more frequently-occurring organisms.
"I have read with great interest, The Algal Bowl, a book which provides an in depth scientific perspective on the problems of algae on lakes like Lake Winnipeg and Killarney Lake in Manitoba.
It is a really good book and recommended reading for anyone interested. CHARACTERIZATION AND PERFORMANCE OF ALGAL BIOFILMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS by Maureen Kesaano A.
The formation of plankton/algae under natural conditions is related to tolerance class (ecological optimum) due to abiotic limiting factors of ecosystem, as well as the biotic interactions among algae. In the ecological niche, the appearance of organisms is affected by anthropogenic and non-anthropogenic environmental factors.
Algae composition and temporal variation in abundances are Cited by: 6. This book uniquelycombines practical information on sampling and experimentaltechniques with an explanation of basic algal taxonomy plus a keyto identify the more frequently-occurring organisms. Fullyrevised, it describes major bioindicator species in relationto key environmental parameters and their implications for aquaticmanagement.a great influence on the precipitation of calcium carbonate crystals.
In algae-containing media without or with a low zinc amount always calcite and aragonite are formed. In the corresponding medium with mg Zn2+/l pure aragonite crystals were built.
In contrast, in the inorganic, algae-free solutions without zinc, pure calcite is Size: 1MB.This is the second edition of Freshwater Algae; the popular guide to temperate freshwater book uniquely combines practical information on sampling and experimental techniques with an explanation of basic algal taxonomy plus a key to identify the more frequently–occurring organisms.