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Preliminary assessment of the seaweed Porphyra purpurea in artificial diets for thick-lipped grey mullet (Chelon labrosus)
Impact of antifouling booster biocides on single microalgal species and on a natural marine phytoplankton community
- R. Devilla, Murray T Brown, M. Donkin, G. Tarran, J. Aiken, J. Readman
- Environmental Science
- 2 February 2005
Growth inhibition results following 72 h exposures indicated that Synechococcus sp.
Impacts of anthropogenic stresses on the early development stages of seaweeds
Limited information is reviewed on the sensitivity of early stages in the life cycle of seaweeds to global change (UV increase; global warming; increased storm frequencies) and pollution (eutrophication, trace metals and oil).
Spatiotemporal patterning of reactive oxygen production and Ca(2+) wave propagation in fucus rhizoid cells.
- S. Coelho, Alison R. Taylor, K. Ryan, I. Sousa-Pinto, Murray T Brown, C. Brownlee
- Biology, Environmental ScienceThe Plant cell
- 1 October 2002
The role of ROS is highlighted in the patterning of a Ca(2+) signal in addition to its function in regulating cell wall strength in the Fucus embryo by exploiting the role of peripheral ROS production in response to hyperosmotic stress.
THE TOXICITY OF COPPER(II) SPECIES TO MARINE ALGAE, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO MACROALGAE
The importance of pecieation when considering the toxic effects of cooper, with particular reference to macroalgae in a marine environment, is highlighted to encourage more biologists to take account of this in their studies of metal pollution.
Concentrations of phytochelatins and glutathione found in natural assemblages of seaweeds depend on species and metal concentrations of the habitat.
Solar PAR and UV radiation affects the physiology and morphology of the cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120.
Interactions of silver nanoparticles with the marine macroalga, Ulva lactuca
Findings suggest that AgNP are only indirectly toxic to marine algae through the dissolution of Ag+ ions into bulk sea water, albeit at concentrations orders of magnitude greater than those predicted in the environment.
Spatial and temporal variations in the copper and zinc concentrations of two green seaweeds from Otago Harbour, New Zealand