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Diversity of aquatic ecosystems, Comparison of fresh, brackish, and marine ecosystems. Unusual and extreme habitats, hydrology, physiography, and physical properties such as temperature, light, turbidity, currents, density, their interactions, and relationships with aquatic life. Chemical properties such as dissolved oxygen, carbon dioxide, Stoichiometry of autotrophs and heterotrophs; concepts of trophic state, productivity, and eutrophication of waters. Management of eutrophication in freshwater habitats.
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pH, alkalinity, hardness, inorganic and organic substances, their distribution, dynamics, and influence on the aquatic ecosystem. Status and forms of nutrients such as nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, and carbon in natural waters; nutrient utilization and remineralization with particular reference to processes controlling nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur levels in the aquatic ecosystem.
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A condenser is an optical lens that renders a divergent beam from a point source to a parallel or a converging beam to illuminate an object. So every part of the object is illuminated at the same brightness level. Condensers usually consist of one or two lenses. These lenses fractionate light and all rays leave as parallel beams. The aspherical lens is avoided chromatic aberration. This guarantees better image quality.
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Ecological classification of aquatic biota. Limnological importance of biota. Adaptation and characteristics of aquatic life. Quantitative and qualitative changes in the spatial and temporal distribution of aquatic biota.