Utilization of Different Nitrogen Sources by Cultures of Scenedesmus acuminatus

@inproceedings{Tepe2006UtilizationOD,
  title={Utilization of Different Nitrogen Sources by Cultures of Scenedesmus acuminatus},
  author={Yalçın Tepe and Mehmet Naz and Mustafa Nuri T{\"u}rkmen},
  year={2006}
}
Nitrogen is a major nutrient affecting the productivity of aquatic ecosystems because it is an essential component of protein and other constituents of cellular protoplasm. Considerable quantities of dead phytoplankton cells, aquatic plants, fish fecal solids and other organic material settle to bottom of the aquatic resources. It is well known that inorganic nitrogen released during microbial decomposition of organic matter is important for the growth of plants in both aquatic and terrestrial… CONTINUE READING

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