Some ecophysiological aspects of the Antarctic phytoplankton


Original data presented here come from two antarctic cruises and from an experimental approach on cultures of isolated diatoms from the Indian sector of the Antarctic Ocean. During the summer, the phytoplankton does not seem well adapted to its environment and the growth rate is never above 0.6 doublings per day. It is rather difficult to speak of a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00258282


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@article{Jacques2004SomeEA, title={Some ecophysiological aspects of the Antarctic phytoplankton}, author={Guy Jacques}, journal={Polar Biology}, year={2004}, volume={2}, pages={27-33} }