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Physiology and biochemistry of algae
Ralph A. Lewin
|Statement||edited by Ralph A. Lewin.|
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|Pagination||xxviii, 929 p. :|
|Number of Pages||929|
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1. Introduction. To write a chapter on the biology of microalgae is a daunting task given the great diversity of these organisms. This chapter only covers selected aspects of their biology and highlights particular features to illustrate microalgal diversity and evolution and how this is reflected in their by: 1. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Algal physiology and biochemistry by W. D. P. Stewart, , Blackwell Scientific edition, in English.
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Algae is a generic name given to a few groups of protists. They are a hugely diverse group of organisms and are found in a number of places along the evolutionary tree.
Traditionally, all algae are believed to have evolved from cyanobacteria, i.e. the blue-green algae, or the fusion of a cyanobacterium with another larger cell.
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Can J Microbiol. Feb; 18 (2)– Holton RW, Blecker HH, Stevens by:. It is impossible to separate algal physiology completely from some aspects of ecology, and many of the problems of algal physiology are those of plant physiology.
It is essential to distinguish between physiological phenomena primarily found in algae (e.g. certain pigmentations, phototaxis, luminescence, hydrogen adaptation) and general plant.Stevenson, John P. Smol, in Freshwater Algae of North America (Second Edition), Abstract. Algae have been used in assessments of water quality for more than a century.
In this chapter, we describe a framework for ecological assessment and how characteristics of algae in streams, lakes, and wetlands can be used in different ways in assessments. Cyanobacteria thrive in every illuminated aquatic environment known, contributing at least 25% of primary productivity worldwide.
Given their importance in carbon and nutrient cycles, cyanobacteria are essential geochemical agents that have shaped the composition of the Earth's crust, oceans and atmosphere for billions of by: