A Comparative Study on Photosynthesis Temperature Relationships and Their Seasonal Changes in Marine Benthic Algae

@inproceedings{Yokohama1973ACS,
  title={A Comparative Study on Photosynthesis Temperature Relationships and Their Seasonal Changes in Marine Benthic Algae},
  author={Yasutsugu Yokohama},
  year={1973}
}
In each of the species examined — 4 Chlorophyceae, 7 Phaeophyceae and 4 Rhodophyceae — the optimum temperature for photosynthesis was apparently higher in summer material than in winter material. In the brown algae the optimum temperature for the apparent photosynthesis lies between 20°C and 23°C, in the green algae and in most of the red algae between 25° and 30°C. In most of the red algae the activity decreased markedly at 35°GC, while a considerable part of the green algae survived at this… CONTINUE READING

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