eutrophic


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eutrophic

[yü′träf·ik]
(hydrology)
Pertaining to a lake containing a high concentration of dissolved nutrients; often shallow, with periods of oxygen deficiency.
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Although no association was found between the practice of sports and HBP in young people, the present study showed a similar prevalence of HBP among young people sports practitioners who were overweight and obese compared to their eutrophic counterparts.
Floristic surveys from mesotrophic and eutrophic environments have reported species from the families Salviniaceae, Cabombaceae, Nymphaeaceae, Poaceae, Cyperaceae and Lentibulariaceae (Matias, Amado, & Nunes, 2003; Henry-Silva, Moura, & Dantas, 2010; Mormul et al.
8 m, maximum 6 m) large (270 km2) eutrophic polymictic Lake Vortsjarv is situated in South Estonia.
Thus we can conclude that in both mesotrophic and slight eutrophic lakes, the intensity of predation was strong and zooplankton biomass was dominated by the efficient grazer Cladocera.
In this context, the objective of this research was to characterize the orofacial myofunctional profile in children and adolescents with obesity, compared to a group of people and check if there were associations in orofacial myofunctional aspects and functions of chewing and swallowing between obese and eutrophic individuals.
Objectives : The main aim of the Bure LIFE project is to restore the naturally eutrophic lake habitat to a species-rich, clear-water state through minimal carbon footprint project actions.
Biomanipulation as a tool for shifting eutrophic lakes from a turbid phytoplankton-dominated state to a clear-water macrophyte dominated state has been in use for decades (see Hansson 1998, Lammens et al.
It is especially important to be able to compare uptake of nitrogen by aquacultured bivalves as compared with nitrogen inputs in eutrophic bays and estuaries.
Bio-manipulation (food web manipulation) is one of such tools used to restore eutrophic condition of lakes since 1970s and is regarded as a successful, easiest and cheapest compared to the chemical and technical methods (e.