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Phylogenetic analysis of the ‘Nannochloris-like’ algae and diagnoses of Picochlorum oklahomensis gen. et sp. nov. (Trebouxiophyceae, Chlorophyta)
Abstract A broadly halotolerant new isolate of a small asexual coccoid chlorophyte and six new, related freshwater isolates provided the impetus for a phylogenetic analysis of the so-calledExpand
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RESPONSE TO SALINITY AND HEAT STRESS IN TWO HALOTOLERANT CHLOROPHYTE ALGAE1
Two new isolates of halotolerant chlorophyte algae from the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma, USA, tentatively identified as Dunaliella sp. Teodoresco and Nannochloris sp. Naumann,Expand
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Photoacclimation and photoinhibition in Ulva rotundata as influenced by nitrogen availability
Clonal tissue of the marine chlorophyte macroalga, Ulva rotundata Blid., was transferred from 100 to 1700 μmol photons · m−2 · s−1 under limiting (1.5 μM NH4+maximum, N/P=2) and sufficient (15 μMExpand
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A SEASONAL COMPARISON OF CARBON, NITROGEN, AND PIGMENT CONTENT IN LAMINARIA SOLIDUNGULA AND L. SACCHARINA (PHAEOPHYTA) IN THE ALASKAN ARCTIC 1
Laminaria solidungula and L. saccharina inhabit the Beaufort Sea in the Alaskan High Arctic. Laminaria solidungula is an Arctic endemic, whereas L. saccharina extends from north temperate Pacific andExpand
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Cyanobacterial Diversity and Halotolerance in a Variable Hypersaline Environment
The Great Salt Plains (GSP) in north-central Oklahoma, USA is an expansive salt flat (∼65 km2) that is part of the federally protected Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge. The GSP serves as an idealExpand
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Two components of onset and recovery during photoinhibition of Ulva rotundata
Short-term (up to 5 h) transfers of shade-adapted (100 μmol · m−2 · s−1) clonal tissue of the marine macroalga Ulva rotundata Blid. (Chlorophyta) to higher irradiances (1700, 850, and 350 μmol · m−2Expand
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Initial risk assessment of genetically modified (GM) microalgae for commodity-scale biofuel cultivation
Genetic modification (GM) of microalgae to improve commercial production of biofuels is underway. Inevitable governmental regulations will likely address environmental, economic and human healthExpand
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ALGAL COMMUNITY DYNAMICS AND HALOTOLERANCE IN A TERRESTRIAL, HYPERSALINE ENVIRONMENT 1
We studied the algal community of the Great Salt Plains (GSP), an expansive (65 km2) salt flat situated in north‐central Oklahoma, USA that has been designated as the Salt Plains MicrobialExpand
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GROWTH AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF ULVA ROTUNDATA (CHLOROPHYTA) AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE AND SQUARE WAVE IRRADIANCE IN INDOOR CULTURE 1
Temperature and photon flux density (PFD) vary independently in estuaries, e.g. high PFD may occur at any temperature, so it is necessary to consider synergistic effects of these factors on algalExpand
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