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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v35.i6.20
pages 8-14

Peculiarities of Formation of Marine Macro- and Microphytoperiphyton on Different Solid Substrata

G. G. Minicheva
Institute of Marine Biology, NAS Ukraine 37, Pushkinskaya St., 65011 Odessa, Ukraine
N. E. Guslyakov
Odessa Branch, Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Odessa State University, Ukraine
O. A. Kovtun
Odessa National I.I. Mechnikov University, Department of Hydrobiology and General Ecology

RÉSUMÉ

The relative role of micro- and macrocomponents of phytofouling on four substrata used in seashore hydrotechnical construction (ferroconcrete, granite, limestone, and rubber tires) has been studied. During the first month of fouling, the autotrophic process is performed exclusively by microalgal communities. After two months of formation of the biocenosis, the primary production process is performed on 99% by communities of macroalgae. Under high productivity of such cenoses forming in eutrophic conditions on rubber tires, the effect of secondary pollution of the sea coastal zones may occur.


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