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trogenous compounds (see Chapter 27). These nitrogenous nutrients in '[Ll'fl
stimulate proliferation of eukaryotic phytoplankton. This re|ationsh'p can be
summarized as: Iron i> Cyanobacteria 3 Nitrogen fixation -3':-> Phytoplankton
Within two months, the fertilized basin was covered with a cyanobacterial boom,
which appears white in the photograph. ... ln tl"'s case, phosphorus was the key
imiting nutrient, and its addition st'mulated the explosive growth of cyanobacteria.
In rrahy lakes, phytoplankton comrru"i'ties that had been dominated by d'atoms or
greer algae became dom'nated by cyanobacteria. This process, known as
eutrophication (fro"n the Greek eutrophos, well nourished), has a wide range of ...
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