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The ecology of fouling-organisms: a detailed study of Mytilopsis leucophaeata.

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Period: January 2002 till September 2003
Status: Completed

Thesaurus terms: Population dynamics; Population dynamics
Taxonomic term: Mytilopsis leucophaeata (Conrad, 1831) [WoRMS]

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Abstract:
Cooling water conduits, using untreated water, provides an opportunity for the settlement and subsequent growth of organisms, which will finally interfere with the operational systems: bio-fouling. Mytilopsis leucophaeata will be used as modelspecies for the study of biofouling control. The objective is to achieve, biologically an efficient use of biocides to control bio-fouling caused by M. leucophaeata.

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