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Succession of periphyton developing on artificial substrate immersed in polysaprobic wastewater reservoir

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The succession of periphyton developing on artificial substrate immersed in a polysaprobic wastewater reservoir was studied during a two-year period. Three stages in the periphyton development: initial, inter­mediate and mature, were observed. The initial stage was characterized by domination of euglenophytes; Carchesium polypinum was dominant during the intermediate stage, while diatoms and chrysophyceans dominated the mature stage. However, the most characteristic component of periphyton consisted of de­tritus that contributed more than 50% (by volume). The periphyton development dynamics in the second year of the experiment, when that formation was already firmly established on the polyethylene sheets, was quantitatively similar to the process of periphyton development in the first year of substrate exposure.
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  • University of Szczecin, Waska 13, 71-415 Szczecin, Poland
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