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Efecto de las tasas de flujo de fotones de luz blanca y azul-verde en la eficiencia del crecimiento y contenido de pigmentos de tres especies de diatomeas en cultivos terminales


, : Efecto de las tasas de flujo de fotones de luz blanca y azul-verde en la eficiencia del crecimiento y contenido de pigmentos de tres especies de diatomeas en cultivos terminales. Ciencias Marinas 28(3): 273-279

This study provides information on the combined effect of light quality and photon fluence rates (light intensity) on growth efficiency and pigment content of the coastal plankton diatoms Chaetoceros sp., Skeletonema costatum and Thalassiosira pseudonana. The relative growth efficiencies of the three species were significantly higher at 210 muE m-2s-1, under mixed blue-green light for Chaetoceros sp. and S. costatum, and with white light for T. pseudonana.

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