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Flora of New Zealand, Freshwater Algae, Chlorophyta, Desmids, with Ecological Comments on Their Habitats, Vol. 2
TLDR
One of a series of books covering the large, well-defined group of fresh water and essentially unicellular plants, belonging to the green algae, with descriptions of 267 taxa belonging to Actinotaenium, Cosmarium, Cosmocladium and Xanthidium.
Microbiology of Some Soils from Antarctica
TLDR
Samples of moss, algae and soil from the McMurdo Sound region have been examined to determine the nature of the microflora and microfauna associated with this very simple organic cycle.
Parallela, a new genus of freshwater chlorophyta in New Zealand
Abstract Parallela novae-zelandiae E. A. Flint gen. et sp. nov. (Palmellaceae) has a macroscopic ribbon-like thallus; its naked zoospores have two smooth flagella slightly unequal in length.
Toxic algae in some New Zealand freshwater ponds.
  • E. A. Flint
  • Environmental Science
    New Zealand veterinary journal
  • 1 November 1966
Abstract Extract During the last two years, there have been so many enquiries about algae in farm ponds that it seems appropriate to summarize some of the information about these plants and their
Phytoplankton in seven monomictic lakes near Rotorua, New Zealand
Abstract If the kind and amount of phytoplankton in the waters are used to measure their trophic levels, Lakes Okaro and Ngapouri can be classified as eutrophic, Lakes Rotokakahi and Okataina as
An investigation of the distribution in time and space of the algae of a British water reservoir
  • E. A. Flint
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of aquatic ecosystem health
  • 1 February 1950
TLDR
The Chlorophyceae (apart from desmids) of the plankton appear to require higher nitrogen and lower prosphate contents than do the diatoms, while the blue-green algae attain their chief development when the concentration of phosphate is high and the amount of inorganic nitrogen negligible.
Limnology of Lake Rerewhakaaitu
TLDR
The failure of the crater to become fully re‐oxygenated during its brief period of homothermy is believed to be related to its morphometry, since the amount of phytoplankton did not appear to be great enough to explain the low levels of dissolved oxygen in the hypolimnion.
Staurodesmus, Staurastrum and the filamentous desmids
TLDR
A greater number of the desmids in this volume are planktonic, compared with those described in previous volumes, including biographical notes on six desmidologists, and is the final volume of the Desmids series.
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