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Report on the freshwater Algae, including Phytoplankton, of the third Tanganyika expedition
G. S. West
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Written in English
|Other titles||Freshwater algae of Tanganyika expedition, The Journal of the Linnean Society of London. Botany.|
|Statement||by G. S. West.|
|Contributions||Linnean Society of London.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81-197 p., 9 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||197|
1. Introduction. When the diatom chapter of the edition of the UNESCO Manual on Harmful Marine Microalgae (Hasle and Fryxell, ) was written, five species of the genus Pseudo-nitzschia H. Peragallo were known to produce domoic acid (DA). Five years later, the number had increased to nine (Bates, ).At the same time, the number of publications relevant for outlining the G.S. West (). Report on the freshwater algae, including phytoplankton, of the Third Tanganyika Expedition conducted by Dr. W.A. Cunnington, – Journal of the Linnean Society: Bot 81– Google Scholar
Scenedesmus. Two new green algae were described from Lake Kivu: Cosmarium kivuense Conrad and Scenedesmus cristatus Conrad ex Duvigneaud. The data from Damas' expedition were used by Van Meel () in his book on the phytoplankton of East African Great Lakes, but without any new addition to the knowledge of the algal flora of Lake et al _Cryptogamie Algologie_Phyto diversity Lake. Algae (/ ˈ æ l dʒ iː / or / ˈ æ l ɡ iː /; singular alga / ˈ æ l ɡ ə /) is an informal term for a large, diverse group of eukaryotes that are not necessarily closely related and are thus ed organisms range from unicellular genera, such as Chlorella and the diatoms, to multicellular forms, such as the giant kelp, a large brown alga that may grow up to 50 meters in
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Report on the Freshwater Algæ, including Phytoplankton Phytoplankton, of the Third Tanganyika Expedition conducted by Dr. Cunnington, – Report on the Freshwater Algæ, including Phytoplankton, of the Third Tanganyika Expedition conducted by Dr.
Cunnington, – May Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 38( Spatial distribution of phytoplankton and pico- cyanobacteria in Lake Tanganyika in March and April Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 6: – West, G.S.
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Cunnington, – Journ. Linn. Soc. Bot. 38 Report on the Freshwater Algæ, including Phytoplankton, of the Third Tanganyika Expedition conducted May Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society G. West Abstract. Several reasons may lead one to expect vigorous and varied developments of planktonic algae in regions of the Nile system.
First, there are large headwater lakes in which lacustrine phytoplankton can develop, and possibly travel down their outflows as potential ‘inocula’ for renewed growth :// Report on the freshwater algae, including phytoplankton of the Third Tanganyika Expedition, conducted by Dr.
W.A. Cunnington Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany ; “On the freshwater algae, including phytoplankton, of the Including Phytoplankton Tanganyika Expedition, The freshwater algae of manipur, India—I.
Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B 57, – (). https Studies on the planktonic ecology of Lake Tanganyika. Fish. Mar. Serv. Tech. Report 1– Google Scholar. Report on the freshwater algae including phytoplankton of the third Tanganyika expedition conducted by Dr W. Cunnington – J.
Linn. Soc. (Bot.) 81– Zoological Results of the Third Tanganyika Expedition, conducted by Dr. Cunnington, –—Report on the Polyzoa Article in Journal of Zoology 77(2) - Algae collected on the Presidential cruise of (with two plates (City of Washington, The Smithsonian institution, ), by William Randolph Taylor (page images at HathiTrust) Marine Algae of the Smithsonian-Hartford Expedition to the West Indies, (Washington, U.
Govt. ?type=lcsubc&key=Algae&c=x. Hydrobiologia publishes original research, reviews and opinions investigating the biology of freshwater and marine environments, including the impact of human ge includes molecular- organism-,community -and ecosystem-level studies dealing with biological research in limnology and oceanography, including systematics and aquatic The planktonic flora of a recently landlocked brackish-water lagoon of Lake Tanganyika was studied.
Taxa were observed including 5 new ones: Trachelomonas dubia Swir. emend. Defl. var. colliundulata Caljon, Tr. gatumbana Caljon, Tr. komarovii Skv. var. bicollaris Caljon, Chroomonas angusta Caljon, Scourfieldia chlorolateralis :// Pollingher, U.
& Kimor, B. - - Seasonal and bathymetric changes in the composition of the phytoplankton populations of Lake Tiberias based on biomass estimations during the years – Sea Fish Res.
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NORDSTEDT, 0. (): '' De Algis et Characeis Across the world there is a prevailing view that freshwater algae are cosmopolitan. The notion has seldom been tested and is unlikely to be true in genetic terms. Nonetheless, some morphospecies of several groups of algae do have a worldwide :// Transvaal specimens of Cosmarium decoratum W.
& G.S. West var. decoratum, C. decoratum var. galpinii Claassen and C. striolatum (Näg.) Arch. var. nordstedtii (Möb.) W. Krieg. were examined with a light microscope and a scanning electron microscope. The cell wall ornamentation of C.
decoratum var. decoratum and C. striolatum var. nordstedtii is discussed and compared with descriptions and The report presents a summary of the current state of scientific knowledge regarding climate change and how it is expected to affect Hawai‘i, including marine, coastal, terrestrial, and freshwater ecosystems, built systems, and human health so that Hawai‘i can be better prepared for the changes to The lakes visited by the expedition are situated on the floor of the Great Rift Valley.
Sladen Expedition to some Rift Valley Lakes in Kenya in –I Introductory Account of the Biological Survey of Five Freshwater and Alkaline Lakes. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist. Report on the Fresh-water Algae, including Phytoplankton of the Third Nomenclatural changes in heterocytous Cyanoprokaryotes (Cyanobacteria, Cyanophytes).
Jiří Komárek Institute of Botany AS CR, DukelskáCZ Třeboň, Czech Republic. The criteria for systematic classification of Cyanoprokaryota (Cyanobacteria, Cyanophyta) were changed considerably in. Rendle, R.A. (), General report upon the botanical results of the third Tanganyika expedition conducted by Dr.
W.A. Cunnington, –(Bot.), –28 Roest, F.C. (), Rapport préliminaire sur la dynamique des populations et l'évaluation des stocks de Stolothrissa tanganicae des eaux burundaises du The ecology of the freshwater phytoplankton — communities of freely-dispersed, plant-functioning microbes — has attracted attention in Britain for over years.
Here an outline history is given, with reference to persons and places, types of water-body involved, and the approaches adopted. The last include taxonomic resolution and composition with range of morphotypes; physiology of Fritsch, F.
E. Freshwater Algae (British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, natural history report:Botany. pt.1). Printed by order the trustees of the British Museum (/F47) Fritsch, F. E.