Effect of Temperature and Illumination on Growth and Reproduction of the Green Alga Ulva fenestrata

@article{Kalita2004EffectOT,
  title={Effect of Temperature and Illumination on Growth and Reproduction of the Green Alga Ulva fenestrata},
  author={Tatyana L. Kalita and E. A. Tytlianov},
  journal={Russian Journal of Marine Biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={29},
  pages={316-322}
}
The combined effect of temperature (5, 10, 15, and 20°C) and illumination (40 and 60 mE/(m2 s)) on growth and reproduction of the green marine alga Ulva fenestrata P. et R. from the sublittoral zone of Amursky Bay, Sea of Japan, was studied in the laboratory environment in the months April–July, 2000. 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. A water temperature of 10°C and… 
Changes in Thallus Weight and Size in the Green Alga Ulva fenestrata under Artificial Conditions
TLDR
All generations showed a linear increase in the thallus weight and area over time with the same relative daily increment (8 to 15%).
Effects of irradiance, temperature, nutrients, and pCO2 on the growth and biochemical composition of cultivated Ulva fenestrata
Ulva fenestrata is an economically and ecologically important green algal species with a large potential in seaweed aquaculture due to its high productivity, wide environmental tolerance, as well as
The effect of temperature on infradian rhythms of reproduction in Ulva fenestrata postels et ruprecht, 1840 (Chlorophyta: Ulvales)
TLDR
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.
Effects of culture conditions on the growth and reproduction of Gut Weed, Ulva intestinalis Linnaeus (Ulvales, Chlorophyta)
In vitro cultivation of Gut Weed, Ulva intestinalis Linnaeus, was experimentally studied to support its near optimal farming, with potential impact in Thailand on its direct use as human food or its
Differential response of varying salinity and temperature on zoospore induction, regeneration and daily growth rate in Ulva fasciata (Chlorophyta, Ulvales)
TLDR
The present study has successfully demonstrated the possibility of inducing zoospores in vegetative tissue, effective regeneration and improved growth in this seaweed by manipulating salinity and temperature and could be further refined at nursery culture to achieve artificial seeding essential for the success of commercial cultivation of this seaweeds.
Reproductive output and productivity of filamentous tropical Ulva over time
The production of macroalgae in the tropics requires robust species that tolerate temperature and salinity fluctuations. The widely distributed macroalga Ulva sp. 3 is tolerant of these environmental
Life-history, thallus ontogeny, and the effects of temperature, irradiance and salinity on growth of the edible green seaweed Gayralia spp. (Chlorophyta) from Southern Brazil
Gayralia K.L. Vinogr. is a monostromatic green alga of commercial importance in the southern Brazil, and its cultivation is being considered. This paper reports some basic aspects of the biology of
Influence of Warm-Acclimation Rate on Polar Lipids of Ulva lactuca
An ability of marine macroalgae Ulva lactuca (L.) to adapt membrane lipid matrix to elevated seawater temperature depending on rate of warm acclimation was studied. Plants were collected in the Peter
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 43 REFERENCES
Effect of Environmental Parameters on the Growth of Ulva rigida (Thau Lagoon, France)
TLDR
The lack of establishment of the optimal physical conditions, necessary for the growth of this species could explain the absence of Ulva blooms in this lagoon, despite the fact that nutrient concentrations were generally favourable.
Effect of Different Salinities on Growth, Reproduction, Amino Acid Synthesis, Fat and Sugar Content in Ulva fasciata DELILE
This work aims at the finding out of the Optimum salinities which might affect the growth rate, reproductive phases> and the maximum yield of amino acids, fats and sugars. A salient feature of such
DAY AND NIGHT KINETICS OF GROWTH RATE IN GREEN, BROWN, AND RED SEAWEEDS 1
TLDR
The temporary growth inhibition by light in Ulva pseudocurvata suggests photomorphogenetic events, similar to the kinetics of stem elongation in higher plant seedlings after blue or red light pulses in darkness.
Nutrient control of estuarine macroalgae: growth strategy and the balance between nitrogen requirements and uptake
The ability to sustain growth at low availability of nltrogen (N) was examined in 6 species of macroalgae with different growth strategies by compdrlng substrate dependent growth kinetics. The N
EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS SUPPLY ON GROWTH AND TISSUE COMPOSITION OF ULVA FENESTRATA AND ENTEROMORPHA INTESTINALIS (ULVALES, CHLOROPHYTA) 1
TLDR
The results suggest that comparing tissue N and P of macroalage grown in batch cultures is useful for monitoring the nutritional status of macroalgae.
Effect of Different Carbon Sources on Growth, Reproduction, Amino Acid Synthesis, Fat and Sugar Contents in Ulva fasciata DELILE
The influence o£ several elements and substances on the growth of marine plant organisms has been studied by several authors, CHU (1942), LEVRING (1946), SCHULER (1953), ELLNER & STEERS (1955),
TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE OF NORTHEAST PACIFIC MARINE ALGAE 1
TLDR
Temperature tolerance was investigated in 49 species of benthic marine macroalgae and two seagrass species from San Juan Island or Vancouver Island and results favor the interpretation of upper temperature survival limits as conservative taxonomic traits.
DIFFERENTIATION OF ULVA MUTABILIS (CHLOROPHYTA) GAMETANGIA AND GAMETE RELEASE ARE CONTROLLED BY EXTRACELLULAR INHIBITORS 1
TLDR
“Sporulation inhibitor‐1a” (SI‐1A) is a glycoprotein that was isolated from the culture medium of axenic Ulva growing as an undifferentiated callus and showed an extremely high apparent molecular mass of 1–4 × 107 daltons estimated by size exclusion chromatography.
Photosynthetic Carbon Metabolism in Marine Algae
TLDR
It was found that aspartate is the major initial product of CO2 incorporation and there is a significant incorporation in the PEP-PGA fraction, indicating that HSK pathway is operative in the marine algae.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...