Contributions to our knowledge of Indian algæ

@article{Philipose1953ContributionsTO,
  title={Contributions to our knowledge of Indian alg{\ae}},
  author={Muluken Philipose},
  journal={Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B},
  year={1953},
  volume={37},
  pages={232-248}
}
  • M. Philipose
  • Published 1953
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B
Summary1.Ten flagellate species of Chrysophyceæ, four belonging toMallomonas Perty, three toSynura Ehr., and three toDinobryon Ehr. are described.2.The localities from which these algae were collected and the periods of their occurrence are given. They occur in the plains usually during winter, and at high elevations during summer.3.Except for one previous record ofSynura, no flagellate members of the Chrysophyceæ appear to have been recorded in India so far. Records of even non-flagellate… 

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Contributions to our knowledge of Indian algae

  • M. Philipose
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1958
Members of the Chrysophyceae are not as rare in India as believed hitherto, and are shown to occur in the plains usually during winter, and at high elevations during summer.