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The Achnanthidium minutissimum complex (Bacillariophyceae) in southern Poland
Results of morphological analyses performed with light and scanning electron microscopy on this group of diatoms inhabiting springs, streams, rivers and lakes in southern Poland are illustrated and briefly discussed.
The influence of substrates and physicochemical factors on the composition of diatom assemblages in karst springs and their applicability in water-quality assessment
This study suggests that both the kinds of substrates can be successfully used for diatom-based water-quality biomonitoring in mesotrophic and eutrophic environments.
KOBAYASIELLA SPECIES OF THE CARPATHIAN REGION: MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND DESCRIPTION OF K. TINTINNUS SPEC. NOV.
The nomenclature and taxonomy of some European finely striated diatoms formerly belonging to the Navicula subtilissima group was reviewed and Kobayasiella tintinnus sp.
Epiphytic algae on Stratiotes aloides L., Potamogeton lucens L., Ceratophyllum demersum L. and Chara spp. in a macrophyte-dominated lake
Abstract Epiphytic algae occurring on submerged macrophytes were investigated as part of a study on the ecological status of a shallow macrophyte-dominated lake, Lake Skomielno, which has been used…
A critical analysis of the type material of Achnanthidium lineare W. Sm. (Bacillariophyceae)
Diatoms of the genus Gomphonema Ehr. (Bacillariophyceae) from a karstic stream in the Krakowsko-Częstochowska Upland
- A. Wojtal
Amongst 272 diatom taxa recorded in the studied material, 13 belong to this genus; some are widespread and often found in Poland; others such as Gomphonema micropus Kutz and Reichardt are new to the Polish flora.
The diatom flora of the Bor na Czerwonem raised peat-bog in the Nowy Targ Basin [Southern Poland]
Achnanthidium minutissimum (Bacillariophyta) valve deformities as indicators of metal enrichment in diverse widely-distributed freshwater habitats.
- M. Cantonati, N. Angeli, +8 authors S. Smirnova
- Geology, MedicineThe Science of the total environment
- 15 March 2014
The hypothesis that two metals (copper and zinc) and a metalloid (antimony) were the most likely triggers of ADMI CLT formation is led to.
Species composition and distribution of diatom assemblages in spring waters from various geological formations in southern Poland
- A. Wojtal
- 21 March 2013
Diatoms of the Wyzyna Krakowsko-Czestochowska upland (s poland) - coscinodiscophyceae (Thalassiosirophycidae)
The paper describes centric diatoms of the class Coscinodiscophyceae (Thalassiosirophycidae) identified in materials collected from springs and streams of the Wy.yna Krakowsko-Cz.stochowska upland in…