• Chemistry
  • Published 2002

Electrochemical evidence of muco-polysaccharides formation: The role of anoxic microzones

@inproceedings{Cigleneki2002ElectrochemicalEO,
  title={Electrochemical evidence of muco-polysaccharides formation: The role of anoxic microzones},
  author={Irena Ciglene{\vc}ki and Marta Plav{\vs}i{\'c} and Vjerocka Vojvodic and Boz̆ena {\'C}osovi{\'c} and Franco Baldi},
  year={2002}
}
The appearance of mucilages in the Adriatic as well as more frequently in other coastal waters around Europe are basis of many laboratory and field studies with the aim of finding out the origin and causes of this phenomenon. A novel definition consider mucilage aggregate like an anomalous accumulation of organic matter produced by several marine organisms depending on the peculiar climatic conditions which are known to support the mucilage formation1. Namely, conditions such as hot springs and… CONTINUE READING