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PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE AND IRRADIANCE IN SPIROGYRA (ZYGNEMATALES, CHAROPHYCEAE)1
Spirogyra Link (1820) is an anabranched filamentous green alga that forms free‐floating mats in shallow waters. It occurs widely in static waters such as ponds and ditches, sheltered littoral areasExpand
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The Effects of Vegetation Removal by Grass Carp on Water Chemistry and Phytoplankton in Indiana Ponds
Abstract Water quality parameters and phytoplankton in ponds stocked with grass carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella (test ponds) and in control ponds were compared during the summers of 1975 and 1976.Expand
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THE FINE STRUCTURE OF THE FLAGELLAR APPARATUS OF CARTERIA 1, 2
The fine structure of the flagellar apparatus of 5 species of the green quadriflagellate alga Carteria is described. The 5 species can be morphologically separated into 2 groups on the bases of cellExpand
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EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND IRRADIANCE ON THE SEASONAL VARIATION OF A SPIROGYRA (CHLOROPHYTA) POPULATION IN A MIDWESTERN LAKE (U.S.A.)
Although Spirogyra Link (1820) is a common mat‐forming filamentous alga in fresh waters, little is known of its ecology. A 2‐year field study in Surrey Lake, Indiana, showed that it grew primarily inExpand
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The effect of small-scale fluid motion on the green alga Scenedesmus quadricauda
The effect of shear flow on the green alga Scenedesmus quadricauda grown in Bristol's medium wastested. The shear flow was generated using a Couettetype rotating cylinder apparatus. Growth ofExpand
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Growth response to temperature and light in Nostoc spongiaeforme (Cyanobacteria)
Cyanobacteria and algae are problematic in California rice fields that are typically shallow and have high nutrient levels, providing ideal growing conditions. Nostoc spongiaeforme is a problemExpand
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Gibberellin Synthesis Inhibitor Effects on Submersed Aquatic Weed Species1
A laboratory bioassay showed that inhibitors of gibberellin synthesis (flurprimidol, paclobutrazol, and uniconazole) reduced plant height but did not affect physiological parameters such asExpand
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RELATIVE TOLERANCE OF MAT‐FORMING ALGAE TO COPPER AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
The major method for algae control in the U.S. is the application of copper. Certain groups of phytoplankton, such as the green algae, are known to be more tolerant to copper than groups such as theExpand
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