Macronectes giganteus (organism)

Known as: Macronectes giganteus 
 
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2016
2016
A long growing season, mediated by the ability to grow at low temperatures early in the season, can result in higher yields in… (More)
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2015
2015
The aim of this work was to assess the suitability of Miscanthus × giganteus and Spartina pectinata link to Cu, Ni, and Zn… (More)
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2014
2014
Due to the limited number of molecular studies focused on European gene pool investigation, it is necessary to perform plant… (More)
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2013
2013
BACKGROUND AND AIMS The bioenergy grass Miscanthus is native to eastern Asia. As Miscanthus uses C4 photosynthesis, the cooler… (More)
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2013
2013
Because of its high biomass productivity and nutrient-use efficiency, Miscanthus spp. have emerged as promising bioenergy crops… (More)
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2009
2009
The chemical composition of the lipophilic extracts of bark and core, of the Miscanthus x giganteus stalk, was studied by gas… (More)
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2006
2006
The upper survival temperature for most isolates ofChondrus crispus from localities ranging from northern Norway and Iceland to… (More)
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2005
2005
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Studies using oxygen isotopes (yO) of mollusk shells to determine paleotemperature need to assume water yO values, which could… (More)
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2004
2004
Miscanthus × giganteus (Greef & Deuter ex Hodkinson & Renvoize) is unique among C4 species in its remarkable ability to maintain… (More)
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1999
1999
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Material and methods ......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Systematic section ............................................................................................................................................................. 14 Ficopomatus enigmaticus (Fauvel, 1923) ................................................................................................................. 14 Filograna implexa Berkeley, 1835 ............................................................................................................................ 14 Hydroides dianthus (Verrill, 1873) ............................................................................................................................. 14 Hydroides dipoma (Schmarda, 1861) ......................................................................................................................... 16 Hydroides diramphus Mörch, 1863 .......................................................................................................................... 17 Hydroides elegans (Haswell, 1883) .......................................................................................................................... 19 Hydroides heterocerus (Grube, 1868)......................................................................................................................... 26 Hydroides homoceros Pixell, 1913 ............................................................................................................................ 32 Hydroides norvegicus Gunnerus, 1768 ..................................................................................................................... 35 Hydroides steinitzi Ben-Eliahu, 1972 ......................................................................................................................... 35 Non-identified Hydroides juveniles ........................................................................................................................... 40 Josephella marenzelleri Caullery & Mesnil, 1896..................................................................................................... 41 Placostegus tridentatus (Fabricius, 1780) ................................................................................................................. 42 Placostegus sp. ........................................................................................................................................................... 42 The genera Pomatoceros, Pomatoleios and Spirobranchus .............................................................................................. 43 Pomatoceros caeruleus (Schmarda, 1861), variant spelling coeruleus ..................................................................... 43 Pomatoceros triqueter (Linnaeus, 1758) .................................................................................................................. 43 Pomatoleios kraussii (Baird, 1865) .......................................................................................................................... 43 Genus Protula Risso, 1826................................................................................................................................................ 45 Protula cf. palliata (Willey, 1905) ............................................................................................................................. 49 Genus Salmacina Claparède, 1870 .................................................................................................................................. 62 Salmacina incrustans Claparède, 1870 ...................................................................................................................... 66 Serpula concharum Langerhans, 1880 ...................................................................................................................... 72 Serpula hartmanae Reish, 1968 ................................................................................................................................ 72 Serpula jukesii Baird, 1865 ....................................................................................................................................... 83 Serpula vermicularis Linnaeus, 1767 ........................................................................................................................ 87 Spirobranchus giganteus (Pallas, 1776) ..................................................................................................................... 88 Spirobranchus polytrema (Philippi, 1844)................................................................................................................. 88 Spirobranchus tetraceros (Schmarda, 1861) ............................................................................................................. 88 Genus Vermiliopsis Saint Joseph, 1894, s. str. .................................................................................................................. 95 Vermiliopsis infundibulum / V. glandigera–complex ................................................................................................ 96 Vermiliopsis infundibulum s. auct. ............................................................................................................................ 96 Vermiliopsis striaticeps (Grube, 1862) ...................................................................................................................... 97 Results and discussion ...................................................................................................................................................... 98 Conclusions ..................................................................................................................................................................... 118 Acknowledgements ........................................................................................................................................................ 119 References ....................................................................................................................................................................... 120 Appendix ......................................................................................................................................................................... 134 Zootaxa 2848 © 2011 Magnolia Press · 3 SERPULIDAE FROM THE SUEZ CANAL 
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