Piotr Daniszewski, Total Alkaline Phosphatase Activity in Water of Rusalka Lake in the City of Szczecin, ILCPA Volume 12, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 12)
https://www.scipress.com/ILCPA.12.60
Abstract:
    The progress of civilizations causes changes in the water catchment areas lakes; aquatic waters are order - phosphorus and nitrogen compounds. Level of activity alkaline phosphatase (APA) has an important impact on the chemical and biological processes taking place in the aquatic environment. APA belongs to a group of indicators, who tells us about the extent limitations to development of biomass in the tank water. Water of Rusalka lake were the subjects of 2008-2012 (July – September). Total alkaline phosphatase activity was determined seven times a year in these environments. A study of seasonal fluctuations showed that a maximum total alkaline phosphatase activity, both in the water and in the bottom sediment, occurred in spring (May) and summer (July, August).
Keywords:
    Rusalka Lake, Total Alkaline Phosphatase Activity, Water