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dc.contributor.authorBurger-Wiersma T
dc.date.accessioned2012-12-12T19:22:59Z
dc.date.available2012-12-12T19:22:59Z
dc.date.issued1993-06-30
dc.identifier732404001
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10029/259981
dc.description.abstractAbstract niet beschikbaar
dc.description.abstractAlthough blooms of cyanobacteria are a nuisance in many freshwater ecosystems for many years now, there is still no standardized method to determine their abundance. In this literature study, wellknown and potentially interesting methods for the determination of cyanobacterial abundance in natural populations are discussed with regard to their applicability in biomonitoring programs. Important criteria are rapidity, practicability, sensitivity, determination level, reproducibility and costs. Remote Sensing, optical partial analysis, and analysis of lipidsoluble pigmints emerge as useful techniques for biomonitoring programs. Each of these methods allows a different determination level. In vivo absorbance, in vivo fluorescence, microscopy, and analysis of water-soluble pigments, lipids, low molecular weight RNA's and specific enzymes are less suitable for biomonitoring programs because they are too time-consuming with reference to the results obtained. Based on this literature survey, RIVM started a study on the applicability of lipid-soluble pigment analysis for the determination of cyanobacterial abundance in freshwater phytoplankton assemblages.
dc.description.sponsorshipDGM/DWL
dc.format.extent44 p
dc.language.isonl
dc.relation.ispartofRIVM Rapport 732404001
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/732404001.html
dc.subject14nl
dc.subjectblauwwierennl
dc.subjectremote sensingnl
dc.subjectmicroscopienl
dc.subjectpigmentnl
dc.subjectchlorofylnl
dc.subjectanalysemethodenl
dc.subjectblue green algaen
dc.subjectremote sensingen
dc.subjectmicroscopyen
dc.subjectpigmentsen
dc.subjectchlorophyllen
dc.subjectanalytical methodsen
dc.subjectcyanobacterien; absorptiemetrieen
dc.subjectin vivoen
dc.subjectfluorimetrieen
dc.subjectoptical partial analysis; pigment analyse fycobilinesen
dc.subjectcarotenoiden; hplcen
dc.subjectlipidenanalyseen
dc.subjectrna-analyse isozymanalyseen
dc.titleOverzicht van methoden voor het kwantificeren van blauwwierennl
dc.title.alternative[Methods for identification of cyanobacteria.]en
dc.typeReport
dc.date.updated2012-12-12T19:23:00Z
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html.description.abstractAlthough blooms of cyanobacteria are a nuisance in many freshwater ecosystems for many years now, there is still no standardized method to determine their abundance. In this literature study, wellknown and potentially interesting methods for the determination of cyanobacterial abundance in natural populations are discussed with regard to their applicability in biomonitoring programs. Important criteria are rapidity, practicability, sensitivity, determination level, reproducibility and costs. Remote Sensing, optical partial analysis, and analysis of lipidsoluble pigmints emerge as useful techniques for biomonitoring programs. Each of these methods allows a different determination level. In vivo absorbance, in vivo fluorescence, microscopy, and analysis of water-soluble pigments, lipids, low molecular weight RNA's and specific enzymes are less suitable for biomonitoring programs because they are too time-consuming with reference to the results obtained. Based on this literature survey, RIVM started a study on the applicability of lipid-soluble pigment analysis for the determination of cyanobacterial abundance in freshwater phytoplankton assemblages.


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