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Synonyms for Chlorophyceae

algae distinguished chiefly by having flagella and a clear green color, their chlorophyll being masked little if at all by other pigments

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The highest abundance of Chlorophyceae between the seasons and sequence decreased in station 2-6.
The algal samples belonging to Chlorophyceae are collected from intertidal zones, Phaeophyceae from subtidal zones and Rhodophyceae from intertidal to subtidal zones.
Therefore, independently of substratum type, we verified the predominance of Zygnemaphyceae (desmids), followed by Bacillariophyceae (diatoms), Chlorophyceae and Cyanophyceae (Table 1, Figure 4).
Chlorophyceae was found to be the most dominant class qualitatively and ranked second quantitatively.
Species richness was 31 taxa, with the classes Florideophyceae constituting 10 species, Phaeophyceae 9 species, and Chlorophyceae 10 species (Table 1).
Correlation coefficient between the total contents of the benthic pigments and characteristics of the corresponding water column indicated that it was positively correlated with Chlorophyceae %, exhibited the water column (r = 0.
13]N ([per thousand) ([per thousand) Species Mean SD Mean SD Potential food source Chlorophyceae Cladophorajaponica -16.
A further distinction was found in the systematic distribution of the specific urea-utilizing enzyme (Al-Houty & Syrett, 1984; Syrett & Al-Houty, 1984); Charophyceae and land plants possess Urease; Chlorophyceae and Ulvophyceae have urea amidolyase (UAL-ase).
Ecological Species Abundance zone Division Chlorophyta Class Chlorophyceae Order Ulvales Family Ulvellaceae Ulvella lens H.
During winter, Bacillariophyceae dominance was recorded, but density of other groups, such as Cyanophyceae, Chlorophyceae and Zygnemaphyceae, was, in general, higher than densities registered during summer, mainly in intermediate and lower zones.
In Upper Lake bacillariophyceae species was found dominant while in Lower Lake chlorophyceae species was found dominant in Lower Lake in almost all season (Bajpai et.
Most of the sandstone surface in this site is covered by epilithic lichens, with a dominance of those with Chlorophyceae as phycobiont; cyanophilous lichens grow as well.