Excretion of Some Organic Compounds by Marine Phytoplankton 1

@inproceedings{Hellebust1999ExcretionOS,
  title={Excretion of Some Organic Compounds by Marine Phytoplankton 1},
  author={Johan A. Hellebust},
  year={1999}
}
The excretion of photoassimilated carbon was determined for 22 species of unicellular marine algae in culture during periods of log-phase growth and for some natural marine phytoplankton populations from Vineyard Sound and the Gulf of Maine. Carbon 14 tracers gave some information about the composition of the excreted material. Most of the algae excreted 3-6s of their photoassimilated carbon during logarithmic growth. A few species excreted as much as 10-25s under the same conditions. Algae… CONTINUE READING

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