2021
DOI: 10.1007/s40415-021-00705-z
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Using morphofunctional characteristics as a model of phytoplankton dynamics in a tropical reservoir

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“…Species belonging to MBFG VI have a siliceous exoskeleton; they lack flagella and have low light requirements, which favor these organisms in turbulent lakes with low light availability (Izaguirre et al, 2012;Kruk et al, 2010;Trindade et al, 2021). In our study, however, this group (mainly small centrales) thrived in a low trophic status environment and a relatively deep Z eu (i.e., ≥ 4 m) was the environmental threshold for MBFG VI dominance.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 50%
“…Species belonging to MBFG VI have a siliceous exoskeleton; they lack flagella and have low light requirements, which favor these organisms in turbulent lakes with low light availability (Izaguirre et al, 2012;Kruk et al, 2010;Trindade et al, 2021). In our study, however, this group (mainly small centrales) thrived in a low trophic status environment and a relatively deep Z eu (i.e., ≥ 4 m) was the environmental threshold for MBFG VI dominance.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 50%
“…Relating the community to the environmental conditions of the rivers, the taxonomic approach proved to be more sensitive than the MBFGs. MBFGs have been applied in different studies, and their responses to environmental variability have also been satisfactory (Bohnenberger et al, 2018;Cupertino et al, 2019;Yang et al, 2020;Trindade et al, 2021). However, in our study, MBFGs were not related to the environmental variability of rivers.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 47%
“…Phytoplankton are a low-order component of aquatic communities with an abundance of species and individuals. The structure and composition of the phytoplankton community alter in response to changes in hydrologic conditions [39,40]. In the current investigation, phytoplankton communities collected from 21 sampling sites with different hydrological conditions were divided into three groups via cluster analysis, namely Reservoir Wetlands Group, Flowreduced Wetlands Group and Natural Wetlands Group.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%