Photosynthetic activity of benthic diatoms in response to different temperatures
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- Photosynthetic activity of benthic diatoms in response to different temperatures
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- 온도 변화에 대한 저서규조류들의 광합성 활성 반응
- Yun, Mi Sun
Lee, Sang Heon
Chung, Ik Kyo
- Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology; Marine & Freshwater Biology
- Benthic diatoms; Chlorophyll fluorescence; Photosynthesis; SA/V ratio; Temperature
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- Springer Netherlands
- Yun, Mi Sun, Lee, Sang Heon, Chung, Ik Kyo. 2009. "Photosynthetic activity of benthic diatoms in response to different temperatures". Journal of Applied Phycology, 22: 559-562.
- The photosynthetic activities of benthic diatoms in response to temperature changes were assessed by measuring chlorophyll fluorescence kinetics. Small benthic diatom species with large surface area to volume (SA/V) ratios responded to increasing temperature differently from large diatoms, since larger ratios caused lower photosynthetic activity under high-temperature conditions. The small SA/V ratios of large cells may be advantageous in benthic environments under adverse conditions such as high temperature and/or strong light. A size-dependent differential response of benthic diatoms to changes in environmental factors such as temperature may result in an altered distribution of the different diatom communities.
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