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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v44.i6.60
pages 54-63

Oxygen Regime in Macrophytes' Vegetation Under Different Water Turnover Intensity (By The Example of the Dnieper Flood Plain Water Bodies)

G. A. Karpova
Institute of Hydrobiology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine


Peculiarities of the oxygen regime in the vegetation of higher aquatic plants (emergents, submergents, floating) in the lower Dnieper flood plain water bodies with different water turnover intensity: active (less than 5 days), moderate (5−11 days) and low (more than 11 days) have been studied. In all water bodies' groups dissolved oxygen content increased in a range: emergents, floating, submergents. It was stated that distinguished water bodies' groups considerably differ by oxygen content. In this connection oxygen content to a greater extent is determined by the external water turnover of the water body, and to a less extent by coenosis-forming plant's ecological group.

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