Aspects of the uptake of dissolved oxygen in Cabiúnas and Imboassica Lagoons (Macaé, RJ)

@article{Brum1999AspectsOT,
  title={Aspects of the uptake of dissolved oxygen in Cabi{\'u}nas and Imboassica Lagoons (Maca{\'e}, RJ)},
  author={Paulo Roberto da Silva Brum and Vinicius Fortes Farjalla and Jos{\'e} F M Gonçalves and Anderson Medeiros dos Santos and M T R Porto and Elisa Diniz Reis Vieira and Fl{\'a}via Monteiro Coelho Ferreira and Irineu Bianchini},
  journal={Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology},
  year={1999},
  volume={42},
  pages={0-0}
}
In this work, we describe qualitative and quantitative aspects of the cycling of detritus of aquatic macrophytes and carbohydrates in two coastal lagoons of the northeastern part of the State of Rio de Janeiro. Samples of water of the Imboassica and Cabiunas lagoons were enriched with sucrose. Samples of water of the Cabiunas lagoon were also utilized to arrange mineralization chambers with fragments of three species of aquatic macrophytes found in these lagoons (Typha domingensis, Potamogeton… 

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