By L.V. Evans and K.D. Hoagland (Eds.)
This booklet includes the complaints of a symposium on freshwater and marine algal biofouling backed by means of the Phycological Society of the United States along side the yank Institute of organic Sciences (AIBS). The ebook brings jointly for the 1st time, a range of contributions reflecting present study during this box. The e-book is essentially directed to researchers in any respect degrees within the box of freshwater and marine algal biofouling, and is meant to supply the foundation for the improvement of a better expertise among the paintings of the 2 teams, to their mutual profit. wisdom of the typical floor and underlying similarities must also be valuable to staff in either fields. every one bankruptcy is self-contained, with its personal checklist of references etc., and a number of other chapters are broadly illustrated with unique top of the range photos and micrographs. the quantity is usually listed.
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1978. E p i l i t h i c a l g a l presence and p i g m e n t compos i t i o n on n a t u r a l l y o c c u r r i n g and a r t i f i c i a l s u b s t r a t e s i n Lakes Trummen and F i o l e n , Sweden. Verh. I n t e r n a t . Verei n. , 20: 808-813. , 1981. The Ecology o f Algae. Cambridge U n i v e r s i t y Press, Cambridge, Great B r i t i a n , 653 pp. , 1979. E x p e r i m e n t a l i n v e s t i g a t i o n s o f d i s t u r b a n c e a n d e c o l o g i c a l succession i n a r o c k y i n t e r t i d a l a l g a l community.
2. Mean diatom c e l l densities (min-' x 103 ) on ringed and unringed rock substrates. 05; n = 30 5 1 SD. 90-95% of a l l species present. Approximately 100 c e l l s of the dominant diatom genera were counted from a total of three Whipple f i e l d s a t 400X using a Palmer cell. I f 100 c e l l s of a given genus were encountered before three f i e l d s were scanned, counts were continued u n t i 1 three f i el ds had been completed. Diatom habitat preferences were based principally on information contained i n Lowe (19741, P a t r i c k and Reimer (1966; 19751, Beaver (19811, a n d on d i r e c t observations of growth habits.