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引用本文:Antonio Quesada,Jean-Jacques Frenette,早川和秀,熊谷道夫.日本琵琶湖中微囊藻水华形成机理的再认识.湖泊科学,1998,10(s1):341-345. DOI:10.18307/1998.sup37
Antonio Quesada,Jean-Jacques Frenette,Kazuhide Hayakawa,Michio Kumagai.Improving the Understanding of Cyanobacterial Bloom Formation Mechanisms in Lake Biwa. J. Lake Sci.1998,10(s1):341-345. DOI:10.18307/1998.sup37
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日本琵琶湖中微囊藻水华形成机理的再认识
Antonio Quesada1,2, Jean-Jacques Frenette3,4, 早川和秀1, 熊谷道夫1
1.Lake Biwa Research Institute, Otsu, 520 Shiga, Japan;2.Dpt. Biologia. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. 28049 Madrid, Spain;3.Center for Ecological Research. Kyoto University. Shimosakamoto, Otsu, 520-0105 Shiga. Japan;4.Lake Biwa Museum. Kusatsu, Oroshimo, 525-0001 Shiga, Japan
摘要:
Blooms of cyanobacteria are responsible for many problems in freshwater ecosystems. The massive growth of these microorganisms may limit the utilization of freshwater for human requirements since, apart from other problems, the production of toxic substances has been found to occur frequently during blooming periods. Ecologically, cyanobacterial blooms can modify dramatically the ecosystem through their low edibility within the food web and the huge primary production. Thus, saprobic processes are stimulated and the characteristics related to anaerobic conditions are also more extreme.
Cyanobacterial blooms are many times explained as the consequence of the eutrophication of waterbodies. However, factors promoting bloom formation and ecological succession of cyanobacteria are not well understood yet.
关键词:  Cynobacterial bloom  Lake Biwa
DOI:10.18307/1998.sup37
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Improving the Understanding of Cyanobacterial Bloom Formation Mechanisms in Lake Biwa
Antonio Quesada1,2, Jean-Jacques Frenette3,4, Kazuhide Hayakawa1, Michio Kumagai1
1.Lake Biwa Research Institute, Otsu, 520 Shiga, Japan;2.Dpt. Biologia. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. 28049 Madrid, Spain;3.Center for Ecological Research. Kyoto University. Shimosakamoto, Otsu, 520-0105 Shiga. Japan;4.Lake Biwa Museum. Kusatsu, Oroshimo, 525-0001 Shiga, Japan
Abstract:
Blooms of cyanobacteria are responsible for many problems in freshwater ecosystems. The massive growth of these microorganisms may limit the utilization of freshwater for human requirements since, apart from other problems, the production of toxic substances has been found to occur frequently during blooming periods. Ecologically, cyanobacterial blooms can modify dramatically the ecosystem through their low edibility within the food web and the huge primary production. Thus, saprobic processes are stimulated and the characteristics related to anaerobic conditions are also more extreme.
Cyanobacterial blooms are many times explained as the consequence of the eutrophication of waterbodies. However, factors promoting bloom formation and ecological succession of cyanobacteria are not well understood yet.
Key words:  Cynobacterial bloom  Lake Biwa
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