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Evaluation of some enzymatic methods to measure the bio activity of aquatic environments



Evaluation of some enzymatic methods to measure the bio activity of aquatic environments



Hydrobiologia 49(3): 257-266



Methods were evaluated and standardized to measure the phosphatase, saccharase, amylase and lipase enzymatic activities in aquatic environments [lake and canal water were used as examples]. The analytical reproducibility, the ecological applicability and the etiology of these activities were investigated. The usefulness of the various enzymatic assays for routine analyses and for fundamental research on aquatic environments is discussed.

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