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Aspects of the Biology of Laminaria Hyperborea III. Survival and Growth of Gametophytes
The lower limit of the Laminaria hyperborea (Gunn.) Foslie zone is probably not always determined only by lack of sufficient light, even when a suitable substratum is present (Kain, 1962). It alsoExpand
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1 The more important contributions to the literature of animal communities on the sea bottom are summarized. 2 It is concluded that while there has been much disagreement about the constitution ofExpand
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Subtidal algal colonization following the removal ofEchinus
KurzfassungAn der Sesseite des Port Erin Wellenbrecherdammes kommen keine größeren Algen im Bereich der unteren 3 m vor. Hier herrscht eine große Besiedlungsdichte des SeeigelsEchinus esculentus (3,6Expand
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Some New Cumacea From Deep Water in the Atlantic 1)
Huit nouvelles especes de Cumaces, provenant des eaux profondes de l'Atlantique nord et tropical, sont decrites: Apocuma brasiliensis gen. et sp. nov., Hypocuma serratifrons gen. et sp. nov.,Expand
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Aspects of the Biology of Laminaria Hyperborea : II. Age, Weight and Length
A method of determining the age of Laminaria hyperborea by examination of a longitudinal median section of the lower stipe and holdfast was found to be reliable for at least the first 4 years.
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The biology of Laminaria hyperborea VII. Reproduction of the sporophyte
There are two critical stages in the life history of Laminaria hyperborea (Gunn.) Fosl. The first is the attachment of the zoospores (meiospores) to suitable rock surfaces and the second is theExpand
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The Biology of Laminaria Hyperborea. VIII. Growth on Cleared Areas
INTRODUCTION Studies of established populations of Laminaria hyperborea (Gunn.) Fosl. have indicated that there is often less change of growth rate with depth than might be expected to result fromExpand
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