The Composition And Abudance Of Phytoplankton In Amboina Bay Inside IndonesiaJournal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.4, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2015-09-15
Authors : Lukas Giovani G Serihollo; Endang Yuli H; Mohammad M;
Page : 437-439
Keywords : Index Terms Phytoplankton; Amboina Bay; Chaetoceros; Rhizosolinia.;
Abstract Phytoplankton growth will exhibit its own dynamics depends on the fluctuations of nutrient and hydrodinamic water that affect the pattern of spread or distribution of phytoplankton both spatially and temporally. The research aims to observe differences in the composition and abudance of hytoplankton in the two seasons that is west monsoon and transitional I.The result showed that the composition and abudance of the highest found in class Bacillariophyceae and rest comes from the class Dinophyceae and Cyanophyceae. The second season shows the differences in the composition and abudance where transitional season I was higher tha the west season. West monsoon showed abudance Rhizosolinia higher compared with other genera while during the transitional season I genera Chaetoceros showed a higher abudance than the other genera.
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