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Several points can be characterized, however, in summary of some of the more detailed discussions in subsequent chapters. Physical processes, such as partial or complete photochemical modijication of organic macromolecules, can result in major alterations in biological availability of portions of complex, heterogeneous dissolved organic compounds. 1 Alterations of enzymatic accessibility by the macromolecules Polyphenolic organic acids, which occur in great abundance (commonly 4-8 mg in many fresh waters, can complex with or induce precipitation of proteins by binding to one or more sites on the protein surface to yield a monolayer that is less hydrophilic than the protein itself [32,33].

That derived form algae, which contain few fulvic and no humic constituents [10,14,15]. The D O M of streams and rivers is almost totally dominated by partial decomposition products of terrestrial and wetland higher plants. Similarly, small lakes receive a high proportion of DOM from terrestrial and wetland sources dominated by higher plant productivity and a high proportion of humic substance residues from partial degradation of structural tissue constituents, particularly lignocelluloses. Secondly, the morphology of the receiving aquatic ecosystem is imperative because of the direct relationships between lake basin volume to water retention times, dilution of influent DOM, and mixing frequencies into photic zones.

Similar reductions in DOC have been observed in streams [191. The decrease in annual DOC yields of streams occurs in spite of higher concentrations in storm flows following periods of prolonged drought [23,24]. 4 Direct effects of UVR Photosynthesis of algae is clearly inhibited by exposure to natural levels of UV-B and especially UV-A radiation. Physiological and genetic recovery occurs, and as a result a quasi-steady physiological state is found commonly between damage and recover processes [25,26, Chapters 9, 11, and 131.

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