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Effect of Temperature and Illumination on Growth and Reproduction of the Green Alga Ulva fenestrata
It was demonstrated that the temperature of 5°C and illumination of 40 mE/(m2 s) are the most favorable for maintaining the vegetative mass of the algae.
δ13C and δ15N values in reef corals Porites lutea and P. cylindrica and in their epilithic and endolithic algae
The data do not suggest that adjoining associations of epilithic algae and coral polyps exchange carbon- and nitrogen-containing metabolites to a significant extent, and are consistent with nitrogen- containing metabolites from the scleractinian coral serving as a significant source of nitrogen for the endolithic algae.
Inventory change (1990s–2010s) in the marine flora of Sanya Bay (Hainan Island, China)
Sanya Bay lies at the southern part of Hainan Island, 18°15′N 109°28′E. The seawater in the bay has been catastrophically polluted during the past two decades with urban sewage from the rapidly
The effect of temperature on infradian rhythms of reproduction in Ulva fenestrata postels et ruprecht, 1840 (Chlorophyta: Ulvales)
It is suggested that U. fenestrata has an endogenous reproductive rhythm with a period of 5 days, and in unfavorable conditions, one or more reproduction cycles are omitted, and formation of gametes or spores attains a periodicity of 10, 15, or more days.
Recent (2008–2012) seaweed flora of Hainan Island, South China Sea
Abstract During the period from 2008 to 2012, algal samplings were conducted off Hainan Island (China) at seven localities. A total of 252 benthic macroalgal taxa were collected where 53% were reds,
Influence of temperature on the infradian growth rhythm in Ulva lactuca (Chlorophyta)
The predominance of 2-day or 3-day fluctuations of the geomagnetic field and temperature probably determine the prevalence of reproduction and vegetative growth, respectively, in Ulva.
A re-evaluation of Palmaria (Palmariaceae, Rhodophyta) in the North-West Pacific
A molecular study was undertaken of Palmaria sensu lato, Halosaccion and Devaleraea species based on sequence data of the nuclear ITS and plastid rbcL, revealing that P. stenogona and D. marginicrassa were genetically most closely related to DeValeraea spp.
The current state of subtidal macrophyte communities of Ussuriysky and Amursky Bays, Sea of Japan
In June 2009, macrophytobenthos communities were studied by the method of sample plots in some areas of Amursky Bay (the cove south of the Krasnyi Cape) and Ussuriysky Bay (the bay south of the
Rhythmicity in division and degradation of zooxanthellae in the hermatypic coral Stylophora pistillata
It is suggested that all three types of rhythmic changes in zooxanthellae division and degradation are the reactions that regulate algal population density in symbiotic corals.
Rhythmical changes in the division and degradation of symbiotic algae in hermatypic corals
All three types of rhythmical changes in zooxanthellae division and digestion observed in hermatypic coral are supposed to be directed to the regulation of the population density of zooxanhellae in organism tissues.