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  1. Ada Aqua Soil™ And Power Sand™ Analysis - Volume 5, Issue 1

    Introduction: Most aquarists only test the water column for nutrients for aquatic planted aquariums. Rarely, (if ever) do we look at testing the...
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  2. ADA Aqua Soil™ and Power Sand™ Analysis - Volume 5, Issue 1

    Introduction Most aquarists only test the water column for nutrients for aquatic planted aquariums. Rarely, (if ever) do we look at testing the...
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  3. An Analysis of Sediments - Volume 3, Issue 6

    Introduction An Analysis of Sediments, Growth and Water Column Nutrient Concentration Breakdown ADA Product Line and other sediments, Part 1....
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  4. Analysis of Liquid Fertilizers: the ADA Brighty Series™

    Introduction This month’s Barr Report test and measures the concentrations of various nutrients in Aqua Design Amano’s product line. Nutrient...
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  5. Applying Restoration Ecology to Planted Aquariums - Volume 3, Issue 5

    The use of Restoration or perhaps a better word would be Creation Ecology as concept and perhaps a new paradigm for the planted aquarist has...
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  6. Aquatic Fungi: Decomposition of plant biomass - Volume 3, Issue 1 - January 2007

    Is this fish, A adonis considered a “Shredder”? Yes! Wood gnawing plecos increase the rate of decomposition of driftwood by allowing the fungi...
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  7. Aquatic Plant Life, Unifying Principles - Volume 1, Issue 1 - January 2005

    Evolution: Theodosius Dobzhansky (1900-1975) said “Nothing in biology makes sense except in light of Evolution.”1 Aquatic macrophytes 2 possess a...
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  8. Boron and Molybdenum’s Role In Plants - Volume 2, Issue 6 - June 2006

    All vascular plants require boron (represented by “B” on the periodic chemical chart) (Augsten and Eichhorn, 1976; Dugger, 1983; Loomis and Durst,...
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  9. Calcium’s Role in Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 1, Issue 11 - November 2005

    Calcium is an essential plant nutrient. As the divalent cation (Ca2+), it is required for structural roles in the cell wall and membranes, as a...
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  10. Co2/ph/kh Table

    Measure your KH, then see how much you need to reduce the pH to get your target CO2 ppm.
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  11. Copper and Zinc’s Role in Aquatic Macrophyte - Volume 2, Issue 5 - May 2006

    Copper has a long history in aquatic management due to its ability to kill algae and aquatic weeds. Zinc has a less prominent history but more...
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  12. Diatoms (Bacillariophyta) and Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 3, Issue 4

    Introduction Diatoms rarely become nuisances in freshwater planted aquariums or marine planted systems. They are generally present at noxious...
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  13. Dissolved Inorganic Carbon (DIC) - Volume 1, Issue 4 - April 2005

    Introduction Carbon is required for life on Earth, including life in aquatic ecosystems (Rheinheimer 1992). All living organisms need carbon as a...
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  14. Dissolved, Particulate and Microbial Biomass Organic Carbon - Volume 1, Issue 5 - May 2005

    Introduction Callitriches and Cabomba in a fast flowing stream in central California. Summary • Carbon cycled reviewed • What are POC, MBC and...
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  15. Dual Venturi Diy External Co2 Reactor

    This co2 reactor costs about 20$ due to using Clear PVC housing, you can use solid 2" pipe if you wish.
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  16. Ei Light: For Those Less Techy Folks

    The Estimative Index (EI) is a straight forward method for providing nutrients for a planted tank. The idea behind EI is simply introducing a non...
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  17. Enzymes and Submersed Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 1, Issue 2 - February 2005

    Introduction Enzymes are proteins (Most are proteins with an exception of a small group of catalytic RNA molecules (Lehninger 2005)). Like other...
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  18. Estimative Index - German - Der Estimative Index. Was ist das?

    The Estimative Index EI is a simple method nutrients for any basin without Water test sets. Quite briefly, the aquarium farmer often prefers...
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  19. Estimative Index - Russian - МЕТОД ОПТИМАЛЬНОГО ДОЗИРОВАНИЯ

    Введение Метод оптимального дозирования это простой и не трудоемкий метод внесения макро- и микроэлементов в аквариум с живыми растениями,...
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  20. Estimative Index - Traditional Chinese - 不需測試水質的水草施肥方法~估計指數

    估計指數是一個可以在任何水族缸中添加水草營養的簡單方法,而且不需要水質測試工具。簡單的說,水族愛好者很頻繁地添加肥料以預防任何營養的耗盡(水草缺素),同時每個星期也進行大量換水來防止營養的累積(水草抑制)。用這樣的方法,我們能夠在一個星期內很輕易地將營養濃度維持一個相當接近的大約數值或者稱為「...
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  21. Estimative Index - Turkish - İÇERİK TAHMİNİ – BU NEDİR ?

    “İçerik Tahmini”, test kiti kullanmadan, her tank için uygulanabilen, bitkiler için gerekli besin maddelerin dozlanmasını tarif eden bir...
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  22. Fertilizer Routines, Which One?

    This article is designed to give a back ground on various dosing routines from the past and present. Some of the older semi complete fertilizer...
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  23. Fish Waste and Macrophytes - Volume 3, Issue 2 - March 2007

    A neglected 4 gallon non CO2 tank. No water changes have been done for 9 months. No algae, no work, very low cost, fish health is excellent...
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  24. Growth Relations of Aquatic Macrophytes Volume 1 - Volume 2, Issue 10 - October 2006

    How do plants grow? Some may find this a seemingly simple question. Often the best questions are deceptively simple. Growth of macrophytes is...
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  25. Growth Relations of Aquatic Macrophytes Volume II - Volume 2, Issue 11 - November 2006

    Plant hormones in the past have hailed as the signaling chemicals in plants that control all aspects of growth. What are they? A hormone is a...
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  26. How To Build A Cerges Co2 Reactor

    I decided to make a journal for my 10" cerges reactor build to make it easier for members to make one themselves. I
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  27. How To Build An Easily Removable Moss Wall

    Step by step with pictures and text
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  28. Interview With Rachel O'leary Aka Msjinkzd

    The best way to learn a new hobby is by getting knowledge and information from those that are experienced in the hobby. I recently had the chance...
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  29. Iron and Manganese’s Role in Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 2, Issue 4 - April 2006

    Baron Justus von Liebig in the mid 19th century showed that iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) are essential trace metals required for plant growth....
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  30. Light and Photosynthesis - Volume 1, Issue 3 - March 2005

    Solar radiation is the major energy source to the aquatic environment. The productivity and internal metabolism are driven and controlled by...
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