O. V. Kravtsova, V. I. Scherbak, M. I. Linchuk
2019 Scientific Issue Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University. Series: Biology  
The seasonal dynamics of the concentration of nutrients in the form of inorganic nitrogen (NH4+, NO2, NO3-, ΣN), dissolved phosphorus, organic matter and the connection with the development of phytoplankton in waters with high content of total inorganic nitrogen (from 23.31 to 102.65 mg N/dm3) and its compounds (ammonia - from 8.42 to 76.60, nitrate - from 4.94 to 15.93, nitrite - from 0.077 to 4.35 mg N/dm3) and organic matter (from 8.00 to 21.92 mg O/dm3 by permanganate oxidation values and
more » ... dation values and from 58.46 to 265.2 mg O/dm3 by dichromate oxidation values) were analyzed in paper. The peculiarity of the hydrochemical regime of the reservoirs was phenomenally high relations ΣN:P (133,54-12152,86) during the growing seasons. Found that response algal plankton communities such features hydrochemical regime is a simplification of the structure due to the predominance of representatives of departments Euglenophyta, Chlorophyta and Bacillariophyta, while Chrysophyta, Dinophyta, Charophyta and presented Cryptophyta 1-3 species. The response of phytoplankton to the high content of compounds of inorganic nitrogen is the increase in the number and biomass of green algae, and organic matter - eugenic algae.THE REGULARITIES OF PHYTOPLANKTON FORMATION AT VARIOS BIOGENIC ELEMENTS AND ORGANIC MATTER CONCENTRATIONS
doi:10.25128/2078-2357.19.1.5 fatcat:7fcc6s3bgnh5nnpbk63rzbox44