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Algae-Bacteria Interaction in a Light-Dark Cycle (Journal Version).
Degradation of pesticides by algae /
Effect of Algae on BOD Measurements.
Effects of Toxic Organics on Photosynthetic Reoxygenation.
Endotoxins, Algae and 'Limulus' Amoebocyte Lysate Test in Drinking Water.
Harvesting of Algae by Froth Flotation.
Heavy Metal Ion Interaction and Transport With Synthetic Complexing Agents and Detergent Phosphate Substitutes in Aquatic Systems.
Investigation of the Chemical Identity of Soluble Organophosphorus Compounds Found in Natural Waters.
Kinetics of algal systems in waste treatment. Phoshorus as a growth-limiting factor, part I.
Microbial Recycling of Phytoplankton Phosphorus.
Relative Toxicity of Organics to 'Chlorella pyrenoidosa'.
Study of Phosphate Induced Algal Growth in Order to Suppress or Eliminate this Phenomenon.
The carbon dioxide system and eutrophication /
The determination of carbon transfer from Chlorella vulgaris Beyerinck to Daphnia magna Straus, using radio-active carbon (C
) as a tracer /
The effect of lead acetate on cells and chlorophyll content of Chlorella pyrenoidosa.
Use of the Protococcaceae for Purifying Waste Water (Primenenie Protokokkovykh Vodorosley dlya Ochiski Stochnykh Vod).
Using Biopolymers to Remove Heavy Metals from Soil and Water.
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