Smayda, Theodore J.
A quantitative analysis of the phytoplankton of the Gulf of Panama
II. On the relationship between C14 assimilation and the diatom standing crop.
Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Bulletin, 9(7),
ENGLISH: The Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission has maintained a hydro-biological station in the Gulf of Panama located at 8°45'N, 79°23'W in connection with their ecological investigation of the anchoveta (Cetengraulis mysticetus), a tuna baitfish (see Peterson, 1961, for references) . The depth is approximately 42 meters at mean low water at this station. Routine hydrographic and biological observations have been made (Schaefer,
Bishop and Howard, 1958; Schaefer and Bishop, 1958; Forsbergh, 1963), including the collection of quantitative phytoplankton samples from November 1954 through May 1957 (Smayda, 1959; unpublished). The seasonal and regional variations in phytoplankton growth in the Gulf of Panama have also been investigated (Smayda, 1963). The relationships existing between C1 4 assimilation as determined by 24 hour in situ experiments and diatom standing crop at 10 meters when expressed as cell numbers, cell volume, cell surface area and cell plasma volume have been assessed for 30 observations made between November 1954 and May 1957 at 8°45'N, 79°23'W. The average cell volume and cell surface area characteristics for 110 diatom species and varieties are presented. SPANISH: Las relaciones existentes entre la asimilación del C14 , determinadas después de 24 horas de experimentos in situ, y la cosecha estable de las diatomeas a 10 metros, expresando el número de células, volumen celular, área de la superficie celular y volumen del plasma celular, han sido determinadas por medio de 30 observaciones hechas entre noviembre de 1954 y mayo de 1957, a los 8°45'N, 79°23'W. Se presenta, para 110 especies y variedades de diatomeas, el promedio de las características del volumen celular y del área de la superficie celular.
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||A quantitative analysis of the phytoplankton of the Gulf of Panama
II. On the relationship between C14 assimilation and the diatom standing crop
|Smayda, Theodore J.|
|Journal or Publication Title:
||Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission Bulletin
||Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission
||This article is bilingual and contains both Spanish and English translations.
||phytoplankton; Gulf of Panama; C14; fitoplancton; Golfo de Panamá
||17 Mar 2010 03:06
||29 Sep 2011 18:04
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