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《Advances in Marine Science》 2005-02
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Applications of Analytical Technology in Studying Siderophore From Marine Phytoplankton

WANG Yan-ping 1, HE Ying 2, ZHENG Xiao-ling 2, CHEN Fa-rong 2, LI Xian-chun 2, WANG Xiao-ru 2 (1. Key Lab of Modern Analytical Science of Ministry of Education, Xiamen University, Xiamen 361005, China; 2. First Institute of Oceanography, SOA, Qingdao 266061, China)  
Iron plays an important role in the growth of marine phytoplankton. In the high nutrient and low chlorophyll sea area, iron is a limiting factor of algal growth, and in the nearshore area, iron is one of factors to stimulate the occurrence of red tide. It is shown from study results that the soluble iron has a strong controlling effect on the phytoplanktonic growth, and most of soluble iron is chelated with ligand such as siderophore with high affinity to Fe 3+ . Therefore, the extraction and analysis technology of side- rophore is of great importance to the iron-limiting and iron-enrichment experiment and research. In this paper, the extraction, assay and analysis techniques of siderophore from marine phytoplankton are introduced in detail.
【Fund】: 国家高技术研究发展计划项目——海洋石油污染物现场实时监测的光纤近红外传感仪器系统(2001AA63-5040)
【CateGory Index】: Q946
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