chlorophyte


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In August 2003, the ECR phytoplankton community was composed of chrysophytes, chlorophytes, and cyanobacteria.
The Moe and Svedasai formations in the lower half of the Pirgu Stage both contain skeletal debris of the chlorophyte algae Palaeoporella, which in the Jaksiai core (Fig.
These infestations included the Cyanophyte genera Anabaena and Lyngbya causing grades 2, 3 and 4 infestations in post-larvae (25%), juveniles (30%) and adults (60%), and the Chlorophyte genera Cosmarium and Ulothrix causing grades 2 and 3 infestations in post-larvae (30%), juveniles (50%) and adults (25%), TABLE I.
The colonial chlorophyte Eudorina and the filamentous green algae Oedogonium were dominant in mixed-species treatments, whereas Cladophora was dominant in grazer-free controls.
In the chlorophyte Tetraselmis suecica the higher percentages of fatty acids were 16:0 (30.3%), 18:3n-3 (24.1%), and 20:5n-3 (13.8%) (Table 4).
Regarding to[19] the activation of caspase begin as it is the pathway lead to programmed cell death (PCD) and [15] said that, for the first time caspase enzymatic activities were described in chlorophyte, Dunaliellatertiolecta.
The cultures were fed 1 x [10.sup.6] cells/mL of the chlorophyte Nannochloris oculata grown in Bold's Basal Medium (Nichols, 1973).
Fitness differences among different symbiont genotypes may also bias symbiont populations within individual anemones toward more locally adapted types, as has been proposed regarding competing A-and B-clade Symbiodinium populations in the tropical anemone Condylactis gigantea (Venn et al., 2008), as well as in shifting populations of dinoflagellate and chlorophyte symbionts in A.
Further evidence that hydrologic changes have altered phytoplankton community structure is provided by the observed historical trends in dinoflagellate and chlorophyte abundance.
Between January 1999 and April 2000 two chlorophyte algae, Codium taylorii Silva and Caulerpa prolifera F.
The model suggests that chlorophyte increases in all treatments were due to the decline of diatoms.
Schmidt, and vegetative populations of the chlorophyte genus Zygnema.
Molecular parasites should thus be more successful in genomes that reproduce sexually than in those that replicate clonally (Hickey 1982), Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is a unicellular, heterothallic chlorophyte alga well suited to testing this prediction because it can be maintained with or without sex, and because its low doubling time permits the passage of hundreds of asexual generations or dozens of sexual cycles per year (Harris 1989).
Chlorophyte (green) macroalgae species are consumed by greenlip abalone, but are typically a secondary preference to red species (Shepherd 1973).