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Lobo Mtmps, Nogueira I. D., Sgarbi L. F., Kraus C. N., Bomfim E. D., Garnier J., Marques D. D., Bonnet Marie-Paule. (2018). Morphology-based functional groups as the best tool to characterize shallow lake-dwelling phytoplankton on an Amazonian floodplain. Ecological Indicators, 95 (1), 579-588. ISSN 1470-160X

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Morphology-based functional groups as the best tool to characterize shallow lake-dwelling phytoplankton on an Amazonian floodplain
Année de publication2018
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000456907400055
AuteursLobo Mtmps, Nogueira I. D., Sgarbi L. F., Kraus C. N., Bomfim E. D., Garnier J., Marques D. D., Bonnet Marie-Paule.
SourceEcological Indicators, 2018, 95 (1), p. 579-588. ISSN 1470-160X
RésuméRiver floodplains are subject to different inundation scenarios, mainly related to the flood pulse. Moreover, the ecology of floodplain lakes is modulated by exchanges of water with the main stream. On Amazonian flood plains, the water level fluctuates seasonally, with four distinct stages during the year: rising, high, falling, and low water. This study evaluated how/which three functional approaches to phytoplankton (FG, functional groups; MFG, morphofunctional groups; and MBFG, morphology-based functional groups) showed the largest relation to the environmental variations in response to rising and falling water periods, using data of the seven lakes sampled during rising and falling water periods, on the Curuai Floodplain system, Para state, Brazil. We used a Principal Coordinates Analysis to check for differences in phytoplankton species composition between the rising and falling water periods and a Redundancy Analysis to evaluate the relationship between functional approaches and environmental. Electrical conductivity, silica, and pH were the most important environmental variables to structuring the phytoplankton. The biological dissimilarity was computed using Bray-Curtis index for species biovolume and indicated greater similarity among the species compositions in the lakes during the falling water period. During rising water species is adapted in almost all lentic ecosystems (FG Y) and autotrophic organisms typical from the meroplanktonic that can be found in phytoplankton samples of the shallow lakes (FG MP); cryptomonads (MFG 2d), large centrics (MFG 6a), and large pennates (MFG 6b); and non flagellated organisms with siliceous exoskeletons (MBFG VI) and unicellular flagellates of medium to large size (MBFG V) were predominant. During falling water, species that tolerate eutrophic to hypertrophic environments with low nitrogen content predominated all shallow lakes (FGs H1 and M; MFGs 5e and 5b; and MBFGs III and VII) and Dolichospermum spp. formed blooms. Morphology-based functional groups were the larger relation with the environmental variations than did functional groups and morphofunctional groups. MBFGs provides a relatively simple and objective classification and were the best in characterizing phytoplankton dynamics on the Curuai floodplain. Therefore, we recommend using these groups to study phytoplankton ecology in shallow floodplain lakes.
Plan de classementEcologie, systèmes aquatiques [036]
Descr. géo.BRESIL ; AMAZONE BASSIN
LocalisationFonds IRD [F B010075110]
Identifiant IRDfdi:010075110
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010075110

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