chlorophyte


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Synonyms for chlorophyte

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Thus, the rotifers would have had an ample food source of chlorophytes and Microcystis.
Impact of nutrients and physical factors on a shift from Cyanobacterial to Chlorophyte dominance in shallow danish lakes.
RESPONSE TO POTENTIAL ECOLOGICAL THREAT TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ECOSYSTEMS BY THE INTRODUCED MARINE CHLOROPHYTE CAULERPA TAXIFOLIA.
Further evidence that hydrologic changes have altered phytoplankton community structure is provided by the observed historical trends in dinoflagellate and chlorophyte abundance.
This efficiency varies depending on how susceptible the particles are to enzymatic breakdown; for example, many chlorophyte algal species are poorly digested because of their characteristically thick cellulosic cell walls (Langdon & Newell 1996).
The chlorophyte Stigeoclonium lubricum was the most abundant macroalgal taxon in the montane cloud forest streams having been collected in 7 of the 13 streams sampled (54%).
Preliminary study of the composition and abundance of the phytoplankton and chlorophytes in laguna Ojo de Liebre, B.
They also found cyanobacteria, chrysophytes and cryptophytes were dominant at times while dinoflagellates, chlorophytes and euglenoids appeared occasionally abundant, but were relatively minor components on an annual basis.
Diatoms and chlorophytes were dominant members of the periphyton throughout the study period.
27%), unidentified small (d = 5-7 [micro]m) flagellates (12%), chlorophytes (10% at DG1 and 6% at DG7), and cyanobacteria (8% at DG1 and 3% at DG7).
Chlorophytes were more abundant in spring, while diatoms were mostly abundant in winter and cyanophtes were abundant during summer.
The storage product is the same (starch) as higher plants and is similarly stored within plastids; most algal groups other than chlorophytes and charophytes (e.
Among the small algae (d < 40 gm) chlorophytes prevailed followed by cryptophytes and discoid diatoms (genera Cyclotella, Stephanodiscus, Cyclostephanos) and chrysophytes + haptophytes.
the prymnesiophytes (38%), cryptophytes (20%), chlorophytes (14%), and