eutrophic in English

adjective
1
(of a lake or other body of water) rich in nutrients and so supporting a dense plant population, the decomposition of which kills animal life by depriving it of oxygen.
Dynamics of phytoplankton succession coupled to species diversity as a system-level tool for study of Microcystis population dynamics in eutrophic lakes

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1. The static simulation study Ceratophyllum purification of eutrophic water capacity.

2. Microcystin ( MCYSTs, MCs ) is a common algal toxin in eutrophic water body.

3. The removal of algae in eutrophic water body by OH was studied.

4. The reservoir of Chaihe is a important riverhead source in Tieling, its eutrophic is not ignored.

5. Catalyzed iron internal electrolysis - zeolite bed - BAC was used to treat severely eutrophic water.

6. The Shuanglong Lake a shallow and urban lake a serious typical eutrophic lake.

7. in heavy and light eutrophic water were studied by means of soilless cultivation technique on artificial substratum.

8. Substrate suitability is critical to the restoration of submersed macrophytes in shallow eutrophic lakes.

9. The Luoma Lake , which is eutrophic state , is a shallow water lake of water carrying type.

10. Phosphates and other pollution - borne nutrients made lake eutrophic, sucking out oxygen that fish need to survive.

11. The results showed that Acorus calamus grew normally in any of the 5 eutrophic waters.

12. Studies indicated that various algae eutrophic water bodies depend on the different content of phosphorus.

13. The purification effect of bio screen on eutrophic river water was investigated under low temperature.

14. The bacteria and their phosphorolysis characteristics of two eutrophic ponds in Dongli District and Xiqing District were studied.

15. In a eutrophic lake (which means well-nourished), lots of life can be supported (fish included).

16. Effects of eutrophic water on seed germination and seedling growth of Lolium perenne L. was studied.

17. The system of sediment - interstitial water in typical inner - city hyper - eutrophic lake in Wuhan City was studied.

18. Although the effect of Hemerocallis fulva Linn and Acorus tatarinowii schott was low, they still could be used to purify eutrophic water properly.

19. During the growing period, low concentrations solution of the two eutrophic water could promote seedling height and root growth of Lolium perenne L.

20. The results showed that the concentration diluted to 25% of the eutrophic water had little effect on seed germination of Lolium perenne L.

21. The corrosion behaviors of A3 steel in eutrophic water and clean water were studied by locale corrosion specimen and experiments in simulant condition.

22. The soilless cultivation technique on artificial substratum was studied in order to purify the eutrophic water body and to get considerable economic benefit at the same time.

23. Results showed that Hemerocallis fulva Linn. not only could develop well in the two different degree eutrophic water, but also could remove TN and TP effectively.

24. The growth and the purification ability of Hemerocallis fulva Linn. in heavy and light eutrophic water were studied by means of soilless cultivation technique on artificial substratum.

25. Experiments were carried out in Meiliang Bay of Lake Taihu to study the purifying effects of Alternanthera philoxeroides with different throw-in density for eutrophic lake water.

26. The experiment of algae removal from eutrophic water body by pre oxidation with a composite chemical containing permanganate was conducted in comparison to the pre chlorination process.

27. This is because macrofauna from abyssal sediments, especially in oligotrophic and mesotrophic areas, is generally much smaller than macrofauna found in eutrophic abyssal sediments and in shallower water.

28. Moreover, the reaction between chlorine and algal cells in eutrophic raw water during prechlorination may also increase the DBPs precursors in treated water because of the destruction of algal cells.

29. 25 Results showed that Hemerocallis fulva Linn. not only could develop well in the two different degree eutrophic water, but also could remove TN and TP effectively.

30. The criteria aim, in particular, to reduce discharges of toxic or eutrophic substances into waters and environmental damage or risks related to the use of energy (climate change, acidification, ozone depletion, depletion of non-renewable resources).