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Występowanie toksyn sinicowych w wodach powierzchniowych ujmowanych na potrzeby komunalne

Sławomir Kaczmarek, Michał Nowakowski, Przemysław Andrzejewski, Robert Wolski



Nadmierny wzrost fitoplanktonu powoduje tzw. rozkwit wody. Zjawisko to sprawia, że woda nie nadaje się do celów konsumpcyjnych i rekreacyjnych. Wśród organizmów rozmnażających się w wodzie są cyjanobakterie. Zainteresowanie tymi organizmami wynika z toksyn, które wytwarzają. Niniejsza publikacja jest przeglądem literatury na temat rodzajów toksyn, metod ich określania i usuwania ze zbiorników wodnych.

Occurrence of cyanobacteria in surface waters received for municipal needs


Excessive growth of phytoplankton causes the so-called bloom of water. This phenomenon makes the water unsuitable for consumption and recreational purposes. Among the organisms that multiply in water are cyanobacteria. The interest in these organisms is due to the toxins, which cyanobacteria produce. The publication is a review of the literature on the types of toxins, methods of their determination and removing from water reservoirs.

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