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Formation of Phytoplankton Community and Occurrences of Odorous Compounds for Sediment Incubation by Water Temperature

퇴적층의 온도별 배양에 따른 조류군집 형성과 이취미물질 발생 특성

Kim, Yong-Jin;Youn, Seok-Jea;Kim, Hun-Nyun;Hwang, Moon-young;Park, Jin-rak;Lee, Byoung-cheun;Lee, Jae-Kwan
김용진;윤석제;김헌년;황문영;박진락;이병천;이재관

  • Received : 2015.06.12
  • Accepted : 2015.08.20
  • Published : 2015.09.30

Abstract

We analyzed the formation of phytoplankton community and the occurences of odorus compound from benthic cyanobacteria in North, South Han-River, Paldang-Lake and Kyeongan-Stream sediments. Sediments were incubated in different water temperature. Akinetes were found (0~500 cells/g) with the highest number on sediment in Yangsoo railroad bridge (YC). The result showed that Anabaena ranged between $0.02{\sim}0.53{\times}10^3cells/mL$ in Sambong (SB), YC, Mukhyen-Stream (MS), Paldang-Lake (P2) and Kyeongan-Stream (KK). The total 68 taxa of phytoplankton were observed during the incubation period. A standing crop of phytoplankton was in the range of $0.13{\sim}8.97{\times}10^3cells/mL$ and Microcystis appeared in SB, YC, P2 and KK sites with $20{\sim}25^{\circ}C$ temperature. In South Han-River (P3), Oscillatoria tenuis was dominant at $25^{\circ}C$ temperature. The concentration of geosmin was the highest in SB-$15^{\circ}C$ (25.5 ng/L), and the concentration of 2-MIB was the highest in P3-$25^{\circ}C$ (286.8 ng/L). Odorous compounds were detected in all the temperature conditions from each site. Our results indicate that the dominant benthic cyanobacteria (O. tenuis, O. limosa, Phormidium tenue and Pseudanabaena limnetica) have high correlation with the occurrence odorous compounds and 2-MIB.

Keywords

2-MIB;Benthic cyanobacteria;Geosmin;Phytoplankton;Sediment

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Acknowledgement

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