Environments, Volume 6, Issue 10 (October 2019) – 6 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Zirconium can directly and indirectly affect autotrophs and micromeiofauna within periphytic biofilms. Its direct toxicity can lead to the reduction or disappearance of sensitive species. However, it can also reduce primary production and nutrition quality, inducing an indirect effect on grazers. Moreover, Zr can modify the grazing pressure on autotrophs, leading to indirect effects on community structure. Zirconium directly and indirectly affects the global taxonomic structure and key functions of periphytic biofilms. View this paper.
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