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Swiss journal of hydrology

, Volume 47, Issue 2, pp 87–126 | Cite as

Pigmente phototropher Bakterien in Seesedimenten und ihre Bedeutung für die Seenforschung

Mit Ergebnissen aus dem Lago Cadagno, Rotsee und Lobsigensee
  • Hans Züllig
  • Rheineck SG 
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Abstract

Sediments of shallow lakes contain besides plankton pigments as well pigments of purple non-sulfur and purple sulfur bacteria. A thin-layer chromatographic method was developed for the separation of the most important pigments of purple bacteria beside plankton pigments. The new method was examined in three different lakes for a stratigraphic analysis of bacteria pigments beside plankton pigments and the results were discussed subsequently.

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  • Hans Züllig
    • 1
  • Rheineck SG 
    • 1
  1. 1.RheineckSchweiz

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