Influência do nitrato e fosfato no crescimento de Schizomeris leibleinii Kützing (Chaetophorales, Chlorophyta)

  title={Influ{\^e}ncia do nitrato e fosfato no crescimento de Schizomeris leibleinii K{\"u}tzing (Chaetophorales, Chlorophyta)},
  author={Jeferson Luizi Pereira and Luis Henrique Zanini Branco},
  journal={Acta Botanica Brasilica},
Schizomeris leibleinii Kutzing is an algal species commonly found in eutrophic freshwater or in water polluted by organic nutrients and shows high potential as an organic pollution indicator. S. leibleinii was grown at different nitrate and phosphate concentrations for 50 days. Biomass was determined by quantifying chlorophyll a concentrations for different cultivation periods. Besides growth-curve analysis, data were evaluated by ANOVA (one way) and by Tukey's test for comparing treatments… 
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