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Abalone farming in South Africa: an overview with perspectives on kelp resources, abalone feed, potential for on-farm seaweed production and socio-economic importance
Evolutionary history of the Corallinales (Corallinophycidae, Rhodophyta) inferred from nuclear, plastidial and mitochondrial genomes.
A Comparison of Various Seaweed-Based Diets and Formulated Feed on Growth Rate of Abalone in a Land-Based Aquaculture System
The effects of different diets on growth in the cultured South African abalone, Haliotis midae (Linnaeus), was investigated. Growth of juvenile Haliotis midae was monitored on a commercial abalone…
Estructura de los mantos de rodolitos de 4 a 55 metros de profundidad en la costa sur del estado de Espírito Santo, Brasil
- G. Amado-Filho, G. Maneveldt, R. Manso, Bv Marins-Rosa, Pacheco, S. Guimarães
- 1 December 2007
Resumen es: Los mantos de rodolitos son de las comunidades bentonicas mas extensas de la plataforma continental brasilena, pero su estructura es pobremente conocida...
Revision of Corallinaceae (Corallinales, Rhodophyta): recognizing Dawsoniolithon gen. nov., Parvicellularium gen. nov. and Chamberlainoideae subfam. nov. containing Chamberlainium gen. nov. and…
The Chamberlainoideae subfamily has no diagnostic morpho‐anatomical features that enable one to assign specimens to it without DNA sequence data, and it is the first subfamily to possess both Type 1 (Chamberlainium) and Type 2 (Pneophyllum) tetra/bisporangial conceptacle roof development.
A catalogue with keys to the non-geniculate coralline algae (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) of South Africa
Effects of herbivore grazing on the physiognomy of the coralline alga Spongites yendoi and on associated competitive interactions
This study has shown that incompletely overlapping distributions between strongly interacting species along a broad geographical gradient is not just a significant feature of the ecology of terrestrial, but also of marine ecosystems.
Sporolithon tenue sp. nov. (Sporolithales, Corallinophycidae, Rhodophyta): A new rhodolith‐forming species from the tropical southwestern Atlantic
A new species conforming to the generic description of Sporolithon was found forming small rhodoliths at 18–75 m depth on the eastern coast of Brazil and molecular phylogenetic analyses of psbA sequence alignments show that the new species is phylogenetically distinct within the genus Sporolithicon.
Lithothamnion superpositum Foslie: a common crustose red alga (Corallinaceae) in South Africa
Sporolithon indopacificum sp. nov. (Sporolithales, Rhodophyta) from tropical western Indian and western Pacific oceans: first report, confirmed by DNA sequence data, of a widely distributed species…
Sporolithon indopacificum sp. nov. is characterized from Zanzibar Island, Tanzania. rbc L and psb A markers indicate that the species is unique compared to all other Sporolithon species that have…