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An experiment to determine if the foraminiferan Haynesina germanica consumes sewage-derived organic matter, using fatty acid and sterol (corpostanol) biomarkers

An experiment to determine if the foraminiferan Haynesina germanica consumes sewage-derived organic matter, using fatty acid and sterol (corpostanol) biomarkers
An experiment to determine if the foraminiferan Haynesina germanica consumes sewage-derived organic matter, using fatty acid and sterol (corpostanol) biomarkers
ECOLOGY, SEWAGE OUTFALLS, WATER POLLUTION, PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER, LIPiDS, BIOLOGY
20-21
Ward, J.N.
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Murray, J.W.
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Pond, D.W.
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Ward, J.N.
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Murray, J.W.
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Pond, D.W.
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Ward, J.N., Murray, J.W. and Pond, D.W. (2002) An experiment to determine if the foraminiferan Haynesina germanica consumes sewage-derived organic matter, using fatty acid and sterol (corpostanol) biomarkers. Newsletter of Micropalaeontology, No. 66, 20-21.

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Published date: 2002
Keywords: ECOLOGY, SEWAGE OUTFALLS, WATER POLLUTION, PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER, LIPiDS, BIOLOGY

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Local EPrints ID: 6009
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/6009
PURE UUID: d232edbc-5c72-4ad8-ac84-1c5865614df4

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Date deposited: 08 Jun 2004
Last modified: 09 Nov 2021 06:06

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Author: J.N. Ward
Author: J.W. Murray
Author: D.W. Pond

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