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Importance comparée des divers groupes taxonomiques dans les inventaires du phytoplancton de l'étang semi-estuarien de Berre et des milieux voisins marins et dulçaquicoles
Kim, K.-T.; Travers, M. (1988). Importance comparée des divers groupes taxonomiques dans les inventaires du phytoplancton de l'étang semi-estuarien de Berre et des milieux voisins marins et dulçaquicoles. Mar. Nat. 1(1): 99-101
In: Marine Nature. Marine Science Institute, Yeungnam University: Kyongsan. ISSN 1225-990X, more

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  • Kim, K.-T.
  • Travers, M.

Abstract
    Taking the number of identified taxa as a basis, Diatoms highly prevail in all environments considered, with a maximal dominance in freshwater, and minimal in brackish water. On the contrary Chlorophytes, and Cyanobacteria in a lesser degree, are much more diversified in brackish water. Some species, notably Chlorophytes, seem especially well adapted to the very particular environment of the Etang of Berre.

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