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Coralline algae is known to induce metamorphosis in abalone larvae (Morse et al.
The following were identified with varying depth: Sponges, echinoderms, pelecypods, bivalves, coralline algae and foraminifera Globorotalia cerroazulensis.
CLOD microbes attack coralline algae, underwater plants that deposit calcium carbonate in their tissues as they grow.
Coralline algae, oysters and echinoids - a liaison in rhodolith formation from the Burdigalian of the Latium-Abruzzi Platform (Italy) (M.
ABSTRACT Settlement of Haliotis tuberculata coccinea larvae was examined in the presence ofc rustose coralline algae (CCA), Ulvella lens, and Ulva rigida.
Jennifer O'Leary of the University of California at Santa Cruz and Tim McClanahan of the Wildlife Conservation Society found that reefs with large numbers of grazing sea urchins reduced the abundance of crustose coralline algae, a species of algae that produce calcium carbonate.
The data loggers have become encrusted with bioaccumulation of coralline algae after two years on the reef and are still able to collect accurate temperature data," says Buckley.
Sea urchins fed with the crustose coralline algae Lithothamnion glaciale and Phymatolithon rugulosum showed extremely slow growth and low gonad production (Keats et al.
Washington, July 8 (ANI): A new research has suggested that Coralline algae in the Mediterranean Sea lost their tropical element between 5 and 7 million years ago.
Across a range of cues, metamorphosis was highest on crustose coralline algae (97 [+ or -] 4% metamorphosis after 4 days), intermediate on 1 [micro]M GABA (55 [+ or -] 14%), and low on diatom films (<20%).
ABSTRACT Abalone larvae settle (attach and metamorphose) in response to crustose coralline algae (CCA), but it is not known whether the settlement cues arise from the CCA or from microbes on their surface.
KEY WORDS: articulated coralline algae, benthic diatoms, coralline algal turf, feeding ecology, Gelidium elegans, Turbo cornutus, Marginisporum crassissima
2006) reported that dibromomethane, a volatile metabolite produced by coralline algae (Itoh & Shinya 1994) and the green alga Ulvella lens (Ohshiro et al.
2002, Arakawa 2005, Arakawa & Agatsuma 2008) derived from river water inflow potentially may enable articulated coralline algae to predominate and inhibit the formation of the kelp bed.