• Publications
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The ecology of river algae
  • J. Blum
  • Biology
  • The Botanical Review
  • 1 May 1956
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 291 Ecological Classification of River Algae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Expand
Salt Marsh Spartinas and Associated Algae
OBSERVATIONS 202 Habitats studied and their ontogeny ..... ...... 202 Temperature 210 Humidity 211 Light 212 Chlorinity 213 M acronutrients 213 Algae 213 Algal colonization 214 Algal penetration 2,15Expand
An ecological study of the algae of the Saline River, Michigan
  • J. Blum
  • Biology
  • Hydrobiologia
  • 1 December 1957
Summary1.The algal vegetation of the Saline River, Michigan, U.S.A. was studied throughout a period of eighteen months in 1951–1953, with exact qualitative and quantitative records maintainedExpand
Colonization and Growth of Attached Algae at the Lake Michigan Water Line
Changes in populations of attached algae growing near the water line along the west shore of Lake Michigan were observed. Emphasis was placed on harbor populations with particular focus on the algaeExpand
SPHACELARIA LACUSTRIS SP. NOV., A FRESHWATER BROWN ALGA FROM LAKE MICHIGAN 1
The growth, reproduction and ultrastructure of a new freshwater phaeophyte, Sphacelaria lacustris sp. nov., are described. The plant occurs as a minute calcified thallus at 5–15 m depth along theExpand
Recent Invasion of a Red Alga (Bangia atropurpurea) in Lake Michigan
Bangia atropurpurea was first found on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan in 1968; by 1976 it had covered suitable substrates on the southern two thirds of the lakeshore. Optimal vegetativeExpand
Evidence for a diurnal pulse in stream phytoplankton.
  • J. Blum
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Science
  • 21 May 1954
Responses of Sunflower Stems to Growth-Promoting Substances
  • J. Blum
  • Biology
  • Botanical Gazette
  • 1 June 1941
1. Sunflower plants were treated upon a decapitated surface in the third inter-node with one of five growth-promoting substances in lanolin. 2. Certain responses are common to treatment with all ofExpand
THE INFLUENCE OF WATER CURRENTS ON THE LIFE FUNCTIONS OF ALGAE *
  • J. Blum
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 June 1963
Selective ejects by the curred. Of the many habitats on Earth which are colonized and exploited by sessile organisms, those which are in contact with a mass of air or water in relatively rapidExpand
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